In this week's Studio Deals roundup, we've got an intriguing lineup with specials ranging from household tools to high-technology solutions.
Easily one of the greatest synths of all time, we find out how to recreate the sound of the classic Roland Jupiter-8 with software plugins.
UK multinational, Audiotonix acquires Slate Digital in a move to diversify its portfolio. But what are the implications for users?
With 8 different saturation shapes and 3 sculpting engines, PSP Saturator may be the be-all-end-all of modeled analog distortion for a while.
A big bag of modelled analogue filters in one plug-in? Yes, please! uniQ lets you piece together an analog-like EQ in your DAW, which feels very 2021.
Ever dream of a room full of vintage synths? You're in luck: IK Multimedia Syntronik is currently on sale at 77% off! The collection puts 38 legendary synthesizers at your fingertips.
VoosteQ has released the Material Comp compressor plug-in. In addition to six compressor models, the plug-in offers saturation, a graphical analyzer and four kinds of "glue" for your mix.
iZotope kicks off the new year with a sweet deal: For a limited time, you can save 75% on the VocalSynth 2 plug-in. If you like to get creative with vocal recordings, don't miss this offer!
Zoom has announced the A1 Four and A1X Four multi-effects for acoustic instruments. They come with more than 80 effects for acoustic guitar, wind instruments and strings, as well as a looper.
Audiority has released PlexiTape, an emulation of the Echoplex EP-3 tape delay. The plug-in models every aspect of the original, adding some modern features like a stereo delay line, and tempo sync.
Newcomer developer Rare Signals has come up with Transatlantic Plate Reverb, a recreation of two analogue plate verbs from the US and Germany, packaged in a very slick GUI.
CraveEQ has three equalizer models based on a theoretically ideal analog EQ curve. At EUR 59, it's an affordable alternative to FabFilter Pro-Q but sadly only available for Windows.
Antelope Audio introduced a pair of large and small-diaphragm condenser microphones, designed to work with its proprietary mic simulation software. Read more about The Edge and The Verge here...
Just ahead of the wave of VST plug-ins Resonans Physical Synthesizer Rack Extension brings physical modelling to Propellerhead Reason for the first time.
With a new transient-based processor appearing nearly once a week at the moment, Brainworx re-vamp the trusty little SPL Microplugs by Plugin Alliance.
PLONK is AAS's acoustic modelling plonked into an Intellijel Eurorack module for some cool percussive noises
It's a Minimoog! Sorry for the spoiler but someone had to say it out loud. The Legend is apparently the most meticulously analogue modeling of circuitry ever attempted. What do you think?
Is Roland about to add a new ACB synth to the AIRA and Boutique ranges? Are they planning a new System-8 Plug Out synthesizer? The rumours are intensifying...
Here it is: A hardware head to go with the software. Hopefully it will be easy to use and sound like a real amp.
Designed in Bletchley Park, home of the code breakers in World War 2, the CODE series could signify that Marshall have finally cracked this elusive enigma...