Waves CLA Epic brings Chris Lord-Alge's favorite delays and reverbs to your DAW, including a flexible routing system for unique combinations.
Dan Korneff is back with a channel strip for guitars, bass, keyboards and everything else. Check out the Korneff Audio Amplified Instruments Processor!
MIA Laboratories has released the 409 Opto Compressor plug-in. Based on physical modeling, it offers a comprehensive set of controls and features.
These plug-ins go way beyond boring standard effects and will help you open up new horizons: Here are the Best Creative Reverb and Delay plug-ins!
We're smitten with Wires, a cool emulation of a Soviet-era tube wire recorder from the 60s capable of ghostly echoes, delays, and lo-fi effects.
BitJuggler is an innovative yet affordable bit-crusher plug-in that shows creative audio degradation has yet to reach the end of the flagpole.
Tape Pro is something of a tape-based multi-fx processor with a very interesting feature set and signal flow. It's also on introductory sale that sees 20% taken off the regular GBP 40 price!
This is Molot, aka. the Hammer - one of the most intriguing compressors to ever grace a DAW - and though it never went away, it's now back with a vengeance!
Twist a macro knob and render your audio unrecognizable as an internal FX engine bends space and warps time! The tech under the hood of this sound design tool a jealously guarded secret.
Flywheel brings back the subtle imperfections of tape recording thanks to simulated saturation, hysteresis, upper frequency damping, and head bumps. Is this the best tape sim plug-in for €25?
Paragon is a highly advanced reverb that makes short work of IRs by re-synthesizing them and lets you create surround reverbs from mono sources. It's big and expensive, but it's the way forward!
The new d16 reverb is all about room simulations and tweaking potential, driven by a cutting-edge hybrid algorithm. Intro and loyalty prices are pretty great, given what's on offer.
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This weeks collection of the best free plug-ins brings us a filter and distortion effect, a versatile impulse response loader and a classic panning effect that should be in everyone’s collection.
Echo Cat recreates the venerable Copicat tape delay unit from 1958, promising an authentic sound, a polished GUI, and many modern improvements galore.
The makers of the legendary Distressor have (kinda) unveiled a new workhorse analogue parametric EQ plug-in with analog saturation. The official launch is coming soon, here's what we know so far.
While the VSTi does contain a motherload of shaker percussions, what's more interesting is the built-in sequencer's abilities to make those samples groove in time with your tune.