IK Multimedia has updated its massive Total Studio bundle. Total Studio 3 MAX includes no less than 440 GB of sounds and 487 effects for every stage of music production.
Dragon Fire is a new mixing and mastering tool from developer Denise. Namely, a dynamics processor. And it is anything but ordinary.
You can download the awesome IK Multimedia Soldano SLO-100 amp head for AmpliTube 5 for free until March 31, 2021.
These DDMF plug-ins emulate three very celebrated vintage hardware effects. And now you can get them at half price! The offer is good until March 1, 2021.
Softube has teamed up with Empirical Labs to recreate the Mike-E Comp and Lil FrEQ hardware units as plug-ins. And if you're a Console 1 user, you can have it all in one channel strip.
This AI-driven tech that models the acoustics of famous studios now supports all DAWs and studio headphones. Sceptical? There's a 14-day free trial version...
Waves' new creative vocal processing tool, Vocal Bender, lets you adjust, modulate and automate pitch and formant parameters. Early birds get 2/3 off.
Pulsar Audio's capable take on the 1178 FET compressor adds comprehensive sidechain EQ, analog saturation and mid-side processing to the concoction.
SSL is selling its Native Essentials bundle for USD 50, down from USD 479. The offer is good until February 19, 2021.
EQuity is an inexpensive parametric EQ plug-in with 4 bands, 2 filters, a spectrum analyzer and IR-based preamp coloration.
Smoovs provides a clean, transparent-sounding take on Caelum's Schlap characterful program-dependent compressor plug-in.
Biggifier recreates five effects chains used by producer Jonas Aden in the one-knob format: it's designed to fatten, thicken and creamify your mixes.
Achieving clear, consistent speech recordings can be tricky. Accentize SpectralBalance uses neural networks to adapt the EQ curve in the blink of an eye.
Leapwing has teamed up with Al Schmitt to create the Al Schmitt Signature Plugin. Can software bring the engineer's famously natural sound to your DAW?
Famed console and outboard gear manufacturer Trident is going digital with emulations of its CB9066 and 80B vintage hardware equalizers.
Orbitron wants to make modulation great again with the ability to crossfade between four different modulation effects.