A plug-in card for the Yamaha AW-series workstations that combines Waves-quality DSP effects with eight channels of ADAT optical I/O.
We test this two-channel analogue dynamic noise filter, expander and HF enhancer.
Many home and project studio owners are interested in mastering as a way to add that professional sheen to their recordings. The newest way to do this is with iZotope's DirectX mastering tool for PC.
TC upgrade both the hardware and the software of their cost-effective M•One multi-effects unit.
Korg's AX1500G floor-standing guitar multi-effects processor offers tons of tone for very few pounds.
TC's DSP-powered effects board has been upgraded, and now includes a much more impressive plug-in bundle.
Aphex update their famous Aural Exciter and Big Bottom processes for the 21st century.
Flying in the face of the 'digital all-in-one' trend, the Freque II unashamedly provides specialist analogue processing for the audiophile.
SPL's new surround-ready stereo compressor offers clever programme-adaptive compression, as well as decompression and tube-saturation functions.
Line 6's acclaimed Delay Modeler pedal gets a rackmount makeover.
Since 1999, Bob Moog's Big Briar company has been making analogue filters and effects pedals based on his original Moog module designs. Now there's a central control unit, so that you can use them all together as a complete processing system.
Samson's latest dynamics processors deliver quality sound and features that belie their affordable price tag.
We check out the new hardware incarnation of Antares' award-winning microphone-modelling software.
The Phoenix all-valve compressor is a high flyer when it comes to quality and price. Will it help Thermionic Culture feather their nest?
Paul White tries out TLA's combination of front end and parametric equaliser.
The latest incarnation of SPL's enigmatic Vitalizer offers a mixture of the qualities of other models in the range — but does it have anything new to offer?
Can this intriguing little box really emulate the recorded sound of many of the world's greatest guitar amplifiers?
We get down to some serious equalising with SPL's most Qurious product to date.
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