We've been waiting for some time but now Kim Bjorn's excellent new book about everything stomp box is finally here. With interviews, tips and more, it's a must-have for every FX fan.
M/S processing is found on a range of software and hardware processors. But what is it used for? Joe Albano demystifies this sometimes misunderstood technique.
From the makers of the hugely popular Push Turn Move and Patch & Tweak comes the third book in the series, Pedal Crush. It's available to pre-order now!
Independent control of input level, tube bias, feedback level, and dry/wet mix is available for each channel are just some of the features of this new hardware unit. But there's more...
Mash and mangle your sounds in Reaktor with these powerful effects from Flintpope - available for the crazy low price of just $2.
It's not all about instruments - the FX and accessories you choose for your studio can transform it and help make your tracks sound even better. Here are the best released in 2018.
Enhance and expand your sounds with this multi-talented effect plugin that beats with the heart of a synth. Hollin Jones explored the many capabilities of Devious Machines' Texture. Enhance and expand
Whether you're podcasting, wave editing or cleaning up dialogue for a movie, Audition's effects are here to help. Hollin Jones explains when to use track and clip effects.
Sometimes minor changes can lead to major workflow improvements. This seems to be the case with Elektron's Analog Heat MKII which feels more like a instrument / performance tool than the original.
For the 5.4 release, Roland Cloud is bringing you a massive update with a brand new software instrument, Resin, and lots of new effects.
Norns is a music box from the maker of Monome that refuses to be put in a box. It can be a sampler, synth, effect processor, MIDI controller, drone machine, robot drummer and so much more.
Adding a few choice MIDI effects to tracks in Live can quickly liven things up, creating complex beats and patterns from simple user input. Noah Pred shows you how in this short video.
Parallel processing is a key routing and mixing technique that every producer needs to know about. Joe Albano breaks down exactly how it works, and why it's important.
Effects most commonly associated with the 60s and 70s, flanging and phasing are still very much in use in modern production. Joe Albano explains exactly how they work .
Tim Exile's software creations are reliably offbeat, interesting and unique. What would Noah Pred make of his latest multi effect, SLOR?