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    Inward Connections Vogad

    VCA Compressor-Limiters

    The original VOGAD compressors may not have been developed with music in mind, but listening to this one you wouldn’t know that!

    Reviews Dec 2011
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    Sonokinetic Tutti

    Orchestral Effects Library

    Sonokinetic's Tutti eschews the approach taken by most orchestral sample libraries, offering, instead, a selection of effects designed to bring your pieces to life...

    Reviews Dec 2011
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    Little Labs VOG | Audio

    Bass Resonance Processor

    Audio files to accompany the article.

    Reviews Nov 2011
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    Thermionic Culture Freebird

    Three-channel Equaliser

    ‘Threebird’ might have been a more appropriate appellation for this distinctive-looking EQ but, as we found out in our test flight, there’s far more to it than the novel format...

    Reviews Nov 2011
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    Studiomaster VMS

    Live Vocal Processor

    Can Studiomaster’s Vocal Management System deliver everything you need for studio-like vocals in a single unit?

    Reviews Nov 2011
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    Thermionic Culture Freebird | Media

    Three-channel Equaliser

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    Reviews Nov 2011
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    Little Labs VOG

    Bass Resonance Processor

    Matt Houghton gets his hands on this impressive little processor.

    Reviews Nov 2011
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    Generic Audio Preceptor & Compactor

    Analogue Dynamics Processors

    From a new and little-known Polish company come two compressors made with a “fanatical attention to detail”. Sounds intriguing...

    Reviews Oct 2011
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    Safe Sound Audio Stereo Toolbox

    API 500-series Compressor

    Safe Sound have already impressed us with their Dynamic Toolbox, and now they’ve brought M/S compression to the Lunchbox format.

    Reviews Oct 2011
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    TC Helicon VoiceLive Touch

    Live Vocal Processor & Looper

    Is one voice not enough for you? Have you always dreamed of being your own choir? Read on...

    Reviews Oct 2011
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    Kush Audio Clariphonic

    Parallel High‑Frequency Equaliser

    Kush have established a reputation for unique‑sounding gear that features idiosyncratic controls, and their Clariphonic is no exception...

    Reviews Sep 2011
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    Radial Workhorse

    Modular Processing & Summing System

    With API’s 500-series 'Lunchbox' format becoming ever more popular, it was almost inevitable that someone would try to improve on the standard...

    Reviews Sep 2011
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    Universal Audio UAD2 Satellite

    DSP Effects Processor For Mac OS

    It’s hard not to be tempted by Universal Audio’s mouth-watering range of plug‑ins, but not every Mac has a spare PCI or ExpressCard slot. Now all you need is a free Firewire port...

    Reviews Sep 2011
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    DMG Audio EQuality & Compassion

    EQ & Compression Plug‑ins

    DMG Audio’s innovative plug‑ins combine friendly interfaces with an amazingly comprehensive feature set. Could they be the only EQ and compressor you’ll ever need?

    Reviews Aug 2011
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    TC-Helicon VoiceTone Correct XT

    Vocal Processor

    It can be difficult to exercise control over your vocal tone in a live environment. TC-Helicon aim to put the most useful effects right at your feet.

    Reviews Aug 2011
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    Ear Machine iQ

    Intelligent Equaliser Plug‑in

    Frustrated by communication breakdowns in the studio? This clever plug‑in is designed to help non‑technical musicians convey what they’re after to engineers.

    Reviews Jun 2011
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    EastWest Quantum Leap Spaces

    Convolution Reverb Plug‑in

    EastWest’s intriguing reverb plug‑in aims to breathe new life into convolution technology.

    Reviews Jun 2011
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    Great River Harrison 32 EQ

    500‑series Equaliser

    Does this lunchbox EQ module have the same power to thrill as the original Harrison console that inspired it?

    Reviews Jun 2011
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    Waves OneKnob

    Plug‑in Bundle

    Effects and processors don’t get much more simple than Waves’ new OneKnob range. But is this a case of one knob to rule them all, or are these plug‑ins simply nobbled?

    Reviews Jun 2011
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    Native Instruments The Mouth

    Vocal Synthesis Plug‑in

    The Mouth has an insatiable appetite for sound — and turns everything it eats into sweet music!

    Reviews Jun 2011
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    Tone Projects Sonitex STX 1260

    Distortion Plug-in

    Want your loops to sound like they've been badly mastered, pressed to cheap vinyl and fed into a budget sampler? Tone Projects' plug-in does it all.

    Reviews May 2011

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