There’s a wealth of mastering software out there to suit all budgets and approaches. But which is for you? Hollin Jones shares his top 5…
Transmutator uses cutting-edge complex processing techniques with easy-to-use controls to make creative crossfades between tracks, song parts, or whole songs.
Now You Can Use Your Favorite VST plug-ins in Amped Studio, one of the most popular and powerful online DAWs.
The new version of Stutter Edit from iZotope and BT simplifies the workflow and packs in additional effects.
United Plugins introduce Muramasa, a new brand in the portfolio. Their first plugin is a futuristic reverb with an attractive dual GUI called MorphVerb.
Comeback Kid is Baby Audio's effort to create the ultimate go-to delay effect'"with plenty of hands-on tone shaping controls and a warm and vibey sound.
STL Tones releases their largest product development to date with the ToneHub plug-in on March 6th. The all-new platform, hosting guitar and bass preset packs from the biggest names in the industry.
How good does Spring, the latest reverb from Eventide, really sound? Alongside the intuitive interface Noah Pred takes a look at how creative this reverb plugin really is.
Softube have released the musically fine-tuned, meticulously re-created Chandler Limited Germanium compressor plug-in.
Founding independent developer for United Plugins, FireSonic, has a fresh take on compression as an advanced serial multi-compressor plugin suitable for every situation where compression is needed.
The plugin subscription Music Maker Access from Waves comes in three distinct flavours, all with a one month free trial.
Featuring Auto Pitch Tracking and Harmonic Shaper EQ, the Neo EQ Grand Collection from Sound Magic promises easier EQing and mixing compared to traditional EQs.
Fuse Audio Labs' VPRE-2C plugin is based on a rare all-tube, transformer-based booster amp whose basic circuit design has been used in countless tube consoles for broadcast and recording in the 50s.
The original Syntorus delay and chorus plugin from D16 is dead. Long live the new triple-delay-line and chorus plugin, Syntorus 2.