Sunset Sound Studio Reverb for T-RackS 5 recreates the reverbs, sounds, and spaces of four locations inside Los Angeles' premier Sunset Sound recording facility.
Plugin Alliance debuts the Friedman BE-100 and DS-40 plug-ins, emulating two classy tube amplifiers in turn inspired by some of the most famous British amps in rock history.
Can the new Omega Ampworks Granophyre virtual amp cut through in a crowded market? Maybe its output tube options, IRs and built-in EarthQuaker Devices Plumes boost pedal will help it get traction.
Softube and Marshall present us two great guitar amps, the Plexi Super Lead 1959 and Kerry King Signature models, now available in a handy plug-in format for your favourite DAW.
The Line 6 POD is now over 20 years old! For many guitarists it was the first accessible amp modelling product. How well does the little red kidney bean fare in 2020?
The Emerald 2 suite is based on a series of rare German processors (2x EQs and a filter) made in the 60s and 70s, which look and operate like lab equipment.
Audiority gives us a Solid State Freeware Amp with their plug-in L12X. This emulates none other than the well-known Marshall Lead 12 OpAmp driven model from the '80s, for plenty of dirt on tap.
Acoustic feedback generator, virtual speaker simulator and a flexible guitar/instrument tuner - all working at no latency, claims Blue Cat Audio.
JST finished NAMM 2020 with Howard Benson Vocals, a vocal chain plug-in. Knowing Mr. Benson's productions and Sturgis' workaholic tendencies, there's no way this channel strip can disappoint.
A new plug-in developer by the name of Silo SoundLabs debuted a pair of Trident-inspired console EQ plug-ins at NAMM 2020. Low CPU use and low latency are a priority here!
Rewritten from the ground-up, soothe 2 expands its processing engine to all frequencies (not just three bands), gets important attack and speed parameters, and two new processing modes.
The iRig Pro DUO I/O has nicer preamps with more gain, USB-C connections for modern devices, new drivers for PC laptops and Surface tablets, and other welcome refinements.
Pro Tools 2020 gets Folder Tracks, MTRX is brought down to 1U and an HDX system now fits in a rack!
The tiny UGM 192 records at 24-bit/192kHz and is class-compliant with PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices.
Apogee is bringing the well-respected sound of its Symphony I / O Mk II rackmount interface (2016) to the desktop with updated specs and a brand new design.
Improving on the hardware, the emulation brings M/S Processing, Mono, Stereo Width, Parallel Mix adjustments; a Sidechain filter and external sidechain input, and a scalable user interface.