Tilt! is a neat and genuinely useful plug‑in which offers a pair of modelled shelving filters, each with a switchable turnover frequency.
This classy EQ marries vintage tone with the convenience of software control.
With its intoxicating amount of modulation options, this creative effects plug‑in could become rather addictive!
Mirror creates reversed delay/reverb effects that come before the note...
Efx Fragments is a granular effects processor that can create effects ranging from obvious glitchiness to ethereal ambiences.
IK Multimedia’s Fame Studio Reverb emulates the sound of the legendary FAME studio in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
UJAM add sonic movement to the themes explored in their popular Finisher series.
Objeq Delay is not a typical delay plug‑in. Yes, it can generate repeats with adjustable feedback and tempo sync, but the way it treats them, using some ingenious acoustic filtering, really sets it apart.
Quantum is similar in concept to Eventide’s Physion, in that it can split sounds into attack transients and sustain components...
This powerful new EQ plug-in aims to encourage you to make better mix decisions.
It can’t turn you into Bob Clearmountain, but this plug‑in can certainly help you create some beautiful effects!
An EQ that gives you separate control over the transient and sustain portions could be more useful than you think!
ODC offers six distinct delay algorithms, all named after cities in Arizona...
As the name implies, Tupe emulates both tape and tubes — but it goes a bit further than most other saturators.
SSL Native X‑Echo is a tape‑echo plug‑in that’s inspired by the sound of early hardware units, not least the Echoplex...
This inexpensive Stardust 201 plug‑in borrows features from the original Roland RE‑201 and RE‑301 hardware, including the chorus section and spring reverb.
Bite Harder combines push‑pull EQ with familiar bit‑crushing and sample‑rate reduction functions, though there are further controls to facilitate more creative audio destruction.
Slate have taken the famous OTT effect and added a whole load more control, creating a unique dynamics processor.
The masters of convolution have finally produced a reverb, but it’s far from being a straightforward convolution reverb.
The latest addition to Focusrite’s AI‑powered Collective makes great‑sounding reverbs easy to achieve.
A four‑band side‑chain EQ is just one of many nice touches in this new take on an analogue classic.
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