Plug-ins

Review: FireSonic FireMaster

It’s time to turn up the heat as we take the temperature of FireSonic’s latest plug-in. Will it set your mixes ablaze or pour cold water on your masters?

Review: Tone Projects Unisum

Combining impeccable sound and unmatched musical flexibility to produce truly distinctive character and quality, Unisum is a compressor like no other.

Review: Eventide Audio CrushStation

With Eventide Audio’s savage distortion effect now available as a plug-in, is this yet another unremarkable addition to a saturated market – or does it crush the competition?

Review: Roland Zenology

The high-flying Roland looks to launch users skyward with its new cloud-based plug-in – and promises that we can take our beloved hardware with us.

Review: ujam Virtual Bassist 2

Finding the ideal instrumentalists to help you record your tracks can be time-consuming. Fortunately, Ujam’s latest virtual-bass toolkit lets you dispense with the auditions and thumb-slap your way to finished bass parts in no time.

Review: Audiomodern Filterstep

The latest filter plug-in from the Bulgarian trailblazers is sure to put a spring in your step, and the fact that it’s free might well be a modern-day miracle.

Review: Waves OVox

Waves’ latest aims to turn your voice into a dynamic, and colourful instrument, but the processing power of OVox also seems to transcend its primary application.

Review: Toontrack The Rooms of Hansa SDX

As part of its never-ending tour of global drum content, Swedish sampling supremo Toontrack explores rooms big and small in Berlin’s Hansa recording studios.
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