Plug-ins

Trash 2 Review

The original Trash was one of iZotope’s earliest plug-in effects, featuring filters, an impulse response module and a toolbox of distortions capable of some...

ARC 2 Review

The ARC system, from IK Multimedia, is claimed to be the first DAW-based acoustic room-correction plug-in with 64-bit native plug-in compatibility. Manufacturer: IK Multimedia Price: £249...

R_Mem Review

There are two approaches to processing. The first aims to make a sound the best it can be. This is when EQ, compression and...

Pro-DS Review

De-essing isn’t one of the sexier areas of mixing. Engineers don’t usually get excited over a new de-esser like they would a new compressor...

B2 Review

When it comes to plug-in fame, Aether is quite a celebrity, often quoted as a personal favourite by industry professionals doing stereo and film...

NS1 Review

Waves is starting to produce a few more ‘one-dial’ plug-ins these days, and following on the heels of the OneKnob series is the NS1...

iZotope Alloy 2 Review

When we reviewed the first version of Alloy, iZotope’s all-in-one mixing channel strip, back in January 2010, we were impressed by its range of...

UBK-1 Review

Kush Audio’s UBK-1 aims to deliver character and colour rather than audio precision. Mark Cousins feels the squeeze.
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