Peak Rider 2 smoothly detects the dynamics and frequencies of a sidechain signal (external or generated), using it to process the main input in one of 5 ways.
Bringing the 099 to market took 15 years of ingenuity and application — and the result offers far more than a typical Fairchild clone.
Does this Polish plug-in capture the character of an American classic?
In designing the Blurst, Electro-Harmonix have essentially built a synth-style resonant, fourth-order, low-pass filter and put it into a guitar/bass pedal.
Electro-Harmonix’s Canyon is a delay/looper, but it goes the extra mile, packing a wide repertoire of delay effects into its compact pedal format.
Whether you’re a professional working in post-production or a humble home studio user, there’s a version of iZotope’s RX restoration software to suit you.
Serbian company Sonic Dune have augmented the classic Neve 1073 design to offer the user both practical and tonal options.
Audiobus is compatible with Inter-App Audio as a host, and can make use of node apps in the same way as apps written to support Audiobus natively. Version 3 introduces two new areas of functionality: MIDI pipelines and a built-in mixer.
This little box puts the sound of 16 miked cabinets at your feet and, unlike convolution software, can sit between an amp and cab.
The first plug-in from Acustica’s new Diamond range recreates the master bus EQ of a master!
Billed as both a bonkers sound mangler and a subtle mastering device, can this little grey box really deliver on both counts?
Most people, engineers included, have probably never heard true stereo imaging over speakers — now’s their chance...
Exponential Audio have hot-rodded their ‘character’ reverb, and the results are even more characterful!
Roland have recreated their classic vocoder at a fraction of the cost — and size.
Trident’s celebrated EQ is now available as a 500-series module, and what better to house it in than the company’s very own chassis?
Golden Age Project’s quest to bring classic designs within reach of the masses continues, with this affordable take on the LA-2A.
With dual compressor stages and dual-band, boost-only EQ, the novel Magnum-K shows that high-end outboard needn’t be retro.
The original E-mu Morpheus was capable of real-time morphing in just one dimension, but today’s processors have much more power and can therefore offer 3D morphing — and in stereo.
Vermona’s Eurorack stable continues to grow with the addition of the TwinVCFilter.
If your audio has been particularly naughty, perhaps Heavyocity can give it the treatment it deserves...
The humble band-pass filter forms the basis of this fun little 500-series module.
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