As we’ve come to expect from Sonnox, their take on the dynamic equaliser boasts more than a touch of class.
This update to Universal Audio’s plug-in catalogue includes several mouthwatering delights!
Leapwing Audio are new Belgian plug-in developers. CenterOne is a ‘spatial’ plug-in that doesn’t use M-S techniques at all, relying instead on sophisticated panning and spatial manipulation algorithms.
Unfiltered Audio’s Dent is a comprehensive set of tools specifically designed to cause severe damage to your audio...
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.
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.
Does this Polish plug-in capture the character of an American classic?
The first plug-in from Acustica’s new Diamond range recreates the master bus EQ of a master!
Exponential Audio have hot-rodded their ‘character’ reverb, and the results are even more characterful!
If your audio has been particularly naughty, perhaps Heavyocity can give it the treatment it deserves...
The latest iteration of Peavey’s modelling software not only allows you to build your own virtual guitar amps, but to ‘profile’ real ones.
Typically, reverb plug-ins are either simple or versatile. FabFilter claim that their Pro-R combines both virtues.
Is it really possible to carry out studio-quality pitch-correction in real time? Waves think so...
iZotope say that Neutron not only has the processing power to address all sorts of mixing issues, but the intelligence to help you identify them.
UA’s latest updates add new compressors, delays, voice channels and virtual bass amps, as well as refreshing a few familiar faces.
Room simulation on headphones usually stops being convincing as soon as you move your head. Not so with Waves’ new Nx...
Infected Mushroom isn’t some kind of embarrassing and painful ailment, but rather a ‘make it all sound bigger’ plug-in...
Eiosis’ revolutionary de-esser is reborn, with extra features and a snazzy new interface.
This Russian guitar-amp modelling plug-in is a souped-up recreation of the Engl E530 rackmounting studio preamp...
Developed in collaboration with top mixing engineer Andrew Scheps, Waves' Scheps Parallel Particles plug-in is probably the closest you’ll get to a ‘more of everything’ processor.
This plug-in is based on engineer/producer S Husky Höskulds' Ampex reel-to-reel tape recorder, which he had modified to act as a distortion processor.
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