Sylenth 1 – a classic that still delivers.
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Get on the bus – the Audiobus, that is.
More… Warren Burt
Another jewel from Indiginus – the Wurl-E Studio.
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Ginno is back with still more sounds..
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A dandy distortion/saturation effect from Klanghelm.
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Need another string library? You bet!
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Do you really need a convolution reverb that costs upwards of 500 Euros? Our reviewer seems to think that with Altiverb 7, the answer unfortunately is “absolutely”. Read More by Aleksander Arsov (05-2017) If you are looking for a dedicated filter plug-in, then our reviewer suggests you Drop whatever you’re doing and check out Cytomic’s superb offering.
Read More by Per Lichtman (05-2017) UVI delivers yet another classic analog synth: an amazing-for-its-time, rare, expensive and temperamental instrument, the UVS-3200 from Korg. Read More by David Baer (05-2017) Impact Soundworks’ Smart Voice Technology might be just what you need to come off as a master of pop horn orchestration (even if you’re not … but we won’t tell!). Read More by Aleksander Arsov (05-2017) No stranger to vintage hardware analog emulation in software, u-he does it again with a virtual incarnation of the Sequential Circuits Pro-One from the 1980s. Read More by Rob Mitchell (05-2017) You all know Spitfire Audio for its beautiful, majestic string libraries. Well, London Contemporary Orchestra isn’t that. Strings just got weird – in a most delightful way. Read More by David Townsend (05-2017) If you’ve ever wanted the authentic musical sound of video game systems from the 70s to the 90s, then take a deep dive into Super Audio Cart. Read More by Per Lichtman (05-2017) In continuing coverage of Spitfire’s Symphony Orchestra sample set, we look at the very special Masse ensemble-timbre set and investigate the possibilities for microtuning these samples. Read More by Warren Burt (05-2017) Synthmaster One is a new wavetable synth from KV331 Audio – it’s certainly worth a look if you’re a fan of KV331, and if you’re not a fan, you may become one. Read More by David Baer (05-2017) IK Multimedia Fender Collection 2, impressive sounding vintage fender virtual amp collection.
Read More by Luka Sraka (05-2017) Need a drum/percussion tool for tight time schedule scenarios that can deliver highly realistic sounding ensemble patterns? Maybe Action Strikes is just the thing. Read More by Aleksander Arsov (05-2017) Eventide has an innovative new effect, Fission. It’s one of those “why didn’t somebody think of this a long time ago?” type plug-ins. Why indeed? Read More by David Baer (05-2017) We present a reasonably priced piano library with variety and versatility and ease of use. Is that even possible? Read More by David Keenum (05-2017) We talk with Hans Adamson of Art Vista Productions who has some well-considered thoughts about keyboard controllers and sampled piano libraries. Read More by David Keenum (05-2017) Keyscape Creative is a huge patch library for users of Spectrasonics Omnisphere 2 and Keyscape. You may be surprised by what you can do by combining the two. And it’s free! Read More by David Townsend (05-2017) Analog Strings – a string library that is definitely not just about the strings – it goes beyond the border of the well-known string universe. Read More by Aleksander Arsov (05-2017) XILS-lab's performance-oriented synthesizer Oxium is both easy to use and at the same time powerful, boasting zero delay filters and some unique modulation features. Read More by Rob Mitchell (05-2017)