Plug-ins

Review: Denise Audio Bad Tape

We check out Denise Audio Bad Tape, a plug-in designed to bring reel-to-reel tape machine effects to your DAW projects. Its sounds so bad, it’s good.

Review: Baby Audio I Heart NY

Baby Audio's first plug-in goes straight for the modern classic that has become a staple across genres – New York style parallel compression, with an emphasis on the Spank.

Review: Mixed in Key Captain Plugins 3.0

Championed by the likes of David Guetta and Kaskade, Mixed In Key’s latest compositional suite gives you limitless melodic generation and manipulation capabilities. Captain on deck!

Review: Brainworx Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor

It’s undoubtedly one of the most distinctive-looking examples of music technology, but can the tactile, vintage charms of this coveted mastering compressor make the transition into the software world?

Review: Antares Auto-Tune EFX+ and Auto-Tune Artist

No longer regarded as just a sneaky way of correcting out-of-tune vocals, Auto-Tune effects have imposed a distinct and deliberate sonic character of their own over the decades. Let’s unpack Antares’ latest pitch-altering toolkits.

Review: Blue Cat Audio Late Replies

Delay effects tend to get overlooked by many producers, but the right one can add a significant aural expansion to many sounds. We take a look a unique, flexible delay in the shape of Late Replies...

Review: Denise Audio The Sweeper

Denise Audio’s The Sweeper offers a more natural-sounding alternative to sidechain compression with advanced filtering and envelope-shaping properties.

Review: Isotonik Studios CrossFire

Isotonik’s CrossFire is a script that adapts the Akai Fire hardware controller for FL Studio to control Ableton Live. Find out if it’s going to give your workflow a new lease of life.
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