While capturing the sound of the original hardware and controls, IK have added several useful features that today's DAW user should appreciate.
Unisum boasts a unique array of advanced parameters, but achieving good results isn't as daunting as you might think.
If lush, smooth, shimmer reverb and freeze effects are your thing, look no further than ShimmerVerb.
These two plug‑ins bring you the spirit of their 'unobtainium' hardware counterparts!
This Brainworx EQ is inspired by esoteric mastering hardware.
We bask in the reflective glory of a rather special algorithmic reverb generator.
Undulator combines multitap delay with feedback and detuning, alongside a multi-waveform tremolo whose depth and speed can themselves be modulated.
Best known for their high-end guitar reverb effects pedals, the company has recently ported their reverb algorithm into software.
SubBass Doctor 808 is designed to add sub-bass to sounds that already reside in the sub-50Hz low-frequency register.
From subtle warmth to full-on modulated mayhem, this plug‑in covers a lot of ground.
Based on impulse responses, Spaces incorporates profiles of some of Bob Clearmountain's favourite rooms and echo chambers, along with some of the processing used on many of his hit records.
Warmth is the name of the game for these three EQs, which boast modelled Marinair transformers and a range of different virtual vacuum tubes.
SSL's famous listen-mic compressor just got more tweakable.
The AR1 is an algorithmic reverb supporting 64-bit VST and AU plug‑in formats on Mac and Windows.
MAAT's mastering equaliser models the characteristics of 12 analogue EQ designs, but leaves out their real-world drawbacks!
There's rather more to FabFilter's redesigned multiband saturator than a slicker GUI.
With algorithms ported from their H9 pedal system, MicroPitch is a dual pitch-shifter and a dual delay effect with modulation.
Have IK managed to bottle the sound of the famous Hollywood studio?
Ever wondered how a Leslie cabinet with four different speakers would sound?
How close do these modelling plug‑ins sound to the real thing?
Mike Senior explores the subject of Haas delays at mixdown, explaining how they work, how to get the best out of them, and how to avoid the most common traps associated with them.
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