Joe Albano investigates the chicken or egg situation for music producers... which effects should go first in your plug-in chain? Compressor or EQ, reverb or delay?
Crystals plug-in from Eventide combines twin reverse pitch shifters with reverse delays and reverb. It's the kind of effect plug-in that can add a larger than life sound to instruments.
United Plugins introduce Muramasa, a new brand in the portfolio. Their first plugin is a futuristic reverb with an attractive dual GUI called MorphVerb.
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.
Now available, new reverb processor module offers the authentic sounds and characteristics of the legendary Sunset Sound recording facility in Los Angeles.
There's a new online marketplace that like Reverb, allows you too buy and sell music gear and communicate with the wider community, except this is one is completely free to use. Guess who's behind it!
Get the sound of outer space in your productions with this new plug-in from G-Sonique. The first 80 customers can get it at a discount.
Bring a modern reverb character to your productions with this all-new algorithmic reverb plug-in from Abletunes.
Emulating the character of guitar amp reverb systems, this new plug-in from Eventide goes beyond what is possible in the hardware domain.
A circuit-accurate recreation of the iconic EMT 140 reverb, Arturia's REV Plate-140 is totally free to download - but only for the next few days. Grab it now.
Using TXVerbâ„¢ technology, Perfect Room from denise aims to be a different kind of reverb. Here's how it sounds.
Apogee's latest multi-fx from legendary producer Bob Clearmountain have a refreshingly simple approach to audio processing. Jay Asher put them on test.
Recapture the sound of classic 1980s and 1990s reverb hardware units with this new expansion library - and it's available at a discount until November 11th.
This multi-talented hardware effects unit is capable of some amazing sounds. We caught it in action at Soundmit in Italy.
Get the sound of Eventide hardware effects on your iPhone or iPad with this newly released standalone, Audio Unit and IAA-compatible app.