Ever wished you could play your Tele but hear your Les Paul? This clever box of tricks makes that possible...
Sonnox's innovative dynamics processor offers unprecedented ability to separate wanted from unwanted audio in drum recordings.
Feel the lo-fi magic of the 1980s — with six unique effects in one strange plugin.
This plug-in offers detailed modelling of the sound of four classic tape machines.
Collider is essentially a dual–DSP marriage of Source Audio's Ventris reverb pedal and their Nemesis delay.
Nano offers the same overdrive and distortion as the original Operation Overlord pedal, minus the stereo ins/outs.
Oeksound's Soothe has quietly taken the world by storm. We road-test the hotly awaited v2!
Offering both controllable coloration and three interactive bands of EQ, the Michelangelo aims to deliver something a little different.
Is this unassuming plug-in a great leap forward in mastering compression?
One look at the interface and you can tell right away that there's more to Hyperspace than your usual reverb plug-in...
The classic triple band-pass filter has been around a long time. Doepfer and Analogue Systems had them long before the...
Abbey Road Saturation, Berzerk, MDMX Fuzz, MDMX Overdrive & MDMX Screamer.
Voice-controlled synth and vocal FX processor with Real-Time Vocal ReSynthesis
AMS Neve relaunch and reimagine the legendary RMX 16 in 500 Series format.
New Zealand manufacturer Buzz Audio has announced a versatile dual-channel EQ with some unusual features.
If you're lucky enough to own an original EMT 140 plate that isn't sounding its best, this may be for you!
Described as a four-band preamp, overdrive and distortion module, the M G D–2 puts guitar pedal power at the heart of your Eurorack.
Simplicity meets sophistication in Relab's impressive new reverb plug-in.
Online audio-processing company Mixanalog have added the Gyraf G24 optical compressor to their list of web-accessible gear.
Italian hardware-modelling specialists Acustica Audio have produced an EQ based on mix engineer Dave Pensado's studio favourites.
Ever wanted to 'demix' a finished track into its component parts? That dream takes a step closer to reality with this command-line-driven code...
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