So you want analog drum sounds with the convenience of your favorite DAW? How about 400 excellent sounding analog drum samples with 10 Ableton Drum Racks? Read our review now!
The new Reverb Plates plugin from Waves uses state-of-the-art modeling of the 4 legendary EMT 140 reverb plates housed at Abbey Road Studios used on recordings by the Beatles. We put it to the test.
The tone wheel organ simulator, DB-33 from Air Music Tech, aims to provide you with a Hammond instrument in your DAW. Hollin Jones finds out just how good this organ really sounds.
The I Wish plugin is a Granular Note Freezer. It creates tiny loops from any audio waveforms. Those loops have discernable pitches and can be played like you'd play an instrument. We were intrigued...
So you want a software synth with flexible modulation options that, for change, isn't trying to emulate an old vintage hardware synthesizer but has an analog layout? Welcome to SPC's ArcSyn.
OK, Jay, we know you like Indiginus' guitars, but a review of another one? Yep! Their new Fender Telecaster library is terrific, and Telecaster libraries are less common than the Stratocasters.
AudioFile have created one of the most impressive audio batch processors we've ever seen. Although it was only recently released, we've been putting Myriad through its paces for some weeks now...
The Slate Digital Virtual Preamp Collection aims to bring authentic tones of two vintage microphones to your DAW using Slate's modelling tech. Sara Simms puts this collection to the test.
LooperSonic is a multitrack audio looper and recorder for iPhone and iPad. It emulates the best functions of the humble loop pedal with an eight-track recorder. G.W. Childs checks it out.
Sound Particles is a very new and unique way to design soundscapes by virtually making clouds of particles that represent sound sources. Intrigued? Read our in-depth review here.
Following on from Sample Logic's acclaimed CinemorphX & Cinematic Guitars, Morphestra 2 is a stunning instrument for composers & sound designers. We got exclusive hands-on before release for review.
If you're looking for an attractive synth module that emulates an old Soviet synth, is affordable and sounds amazing, then the Erica Synths Acidbox II is worth considering. Check out our video review.
These M6 Pro in-ear headphones are inexpensive and have lots of inter changeable parts and are designed for the pro audience. Hollin Jones gives them a thorough test in this review.
There's much more potential with panorama than fixed positions across the stereo field. The Sound Tutor explores this dedicated device to get the most from your pan.
When it comes to mixing plug-ins, Joey Sturgis Tones is becoming a popular maker. So, we were curious to see how his new limiter, Finality, performs. Is this the final word for mastering audio?