03 Sep in StudioKush Audio says that its new Silika compressor plug-in sounds just as good as analog hardware. What does Silika have to offer, and can it live up to these claims?
13 Results for "Saturator"
24 Jul in GuitarJust, wow. Poly Effects' Beebo pedal puts a host of modular FX and synths from popular Eurorack modules neatly onto your pedalboard, with loads of tweakable settings and a 5" touchscreen. Oh yes.
04 Jun in StudioBitwig has released Bitwig Studio 3.2. The latest version of the DAW comes with several new effects, sound shaping tools and Grid modules. On sale until July 1st!
05 May in StudioMIA Laboratories has released 980 SPARK, a new plug-in designed to improve your audio tracks with just a few knob twists. 980 SPARK combines a compressor, EQ and saturator.
21 Jan in StudioKlevgränd has released LUXE, a simple-to-use audio enhancer, saturator and compressor plug-in. With only two controls, LUXE enhances the signal "in a subtle but musical way", the company says.
16 Jul 2019 in StudioAudified has released ToneSpot Drum Express, a simplified version of the ToneSpot Drum Pro plug-in. If you're looking for smashing drums but don't feel like twiddling knobs, here you go.
20 Aug 2018 in StudioAuburn Sounds released Couture, a dynamics editing and transient shaper plug-in with saturation - all in a single window. This way, you no longer have to apply separate processing and switch windows.
20 Dec 2017 in OtherAcustica Audio has released an ambitious new compression and distortion plug-in to its Aqua series, saying that Crimson can do both "precise" and "colourful". We take a first look.
15 Aug 2017 in GuitarUtilising Russian fighter aircraft components to squeeze valve technology into a smaller format overdrive pedal, will this new Kickstarter campaign take off?
11 Jul 2017 in StudioAudified has created a new hardware reverb/saturator and software controller combination – the Synergy R1. It features seven types of reverb algorithms, paired with three analog saturation modes...
14 Dec 2016 in StudioThat's right, it's not a spelling mistake: the U78 is one more saturation plug for your toolkits, and isn't Neumann-related in any way.