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Future Audio Workshop Circle2 Review at Gear Junkies
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Future Audio Workshop Circle2 Review at Gear Junkies

A little while ago, Future Audio Workshop (FAW) presented Circle2 to the world. Circle2 is modern software synth with a snappy sound that will especially appeal to the new generation of dance producers. However, there are way more possibilities, s...
The Riser Review at Producer Spot
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The Riser Review at Producer Spot

The Riser is a very interesting and innovative synth plugin created by AIR Music Technology that can be used to create rises and drops for your music productions. The first thing that stood out is the fact that it has 301 presets. Not many plug...
Reel ADT Review at Producer Spot
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Reel ADT Review at Producer Spot

Waves presented for the first time the Reel ADT plugin at NAMM 2014 as the first plugin who successfully emulate Abbey Road Studios’ pioneering process of Artificial Double Tracking. This double tracking effect was special invented by sound ...
Output Sounds - REV Review at Resident Advisor
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Output Sounds - REV Review at Resident Advisor

From the heyday of analogue tape, where you had to physically turn the tape over, through the birth of hardware sampling to the present-day simplicity of simply reversing the file in your DAW, reversing sounds is a long-running technique in music ...
Audiothing Phase Motion review at Music Radar
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Audiothing Phase Motion review at Music Radar

The phaser is the unsung hero of the studio. Used subtly, it adds dynamic life and stereo interest, and can often get sounds popping out of the mix better than any exciter. But for such a useful, ubiquitous effect, it can be oddly difficult to fin...
UVI IRCAM Prepared Piano review at Music Radar
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UVI IRCAM Prepared Piano review at Music Radar

The ultimate avant-garde instrument, John Cage's prepared piano saw various items precisely placed on and between the strings of a grand piano to create all manner of strange and beautiful sounds. MusicRadar Rating 4.5/5 For Experiment...
Audiothing Fog-Convolver review at Bedroom Producers Blog
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Audiothing Fog-Convolver review at Bedroom Producers Blog

Fog Convolver, developed by Dublin-based sound design lab AudioThing, hit the market late last month at a generous introductory price of fifty euros / just under sixty U.S. dollars. It comes stocked with over two hundred high quality impulse respo...
PSP Audioware PSP L'otary review at Music Radar
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PSP Audioware PSP L'otary review at Music Radar

PSP Audioware PSP L'otary L'otary (AU/VST/RTAS/AAX) is a plugin emulation of the two most revered and classic iterations of the Leslie rotary speaker cabinet: the 122 and the essentially identical 147. It's divided into Horn, Drum a...
Audiothing Frostbite review at Music Radar
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Audiothing Frostbite review at Music Radar

AudioThing Frostbite AudioThing recently impressed us with Phase Motion, its take on the classic phasing effect. For its latest plugin, the firm has combined three processors in one powerful unit. Frostbite (VST/AU/AAX) merges Ring Modulator an...
MeldaProduction MDrumLeveler review at Music Radar
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MeldaProduction MDrumLeveler review at Music Radar

MeldaProduction MDrumLeveler Melda's MDrumLeveler (VST, VST3, AU) mines very similar territory to Sound Radix' Drum Leveler , offering a powerful range of options for drum dynamics management. Designed to both stabilise hit levels an...
Future Audio Workshop Circle2 Review at DJ Mag
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Future Audio Workshop Circle2 Review at DJ Mag

Berlin based Future Audio Workshop have just brought out the latest version of their flagship synthesiser, circle2. The original Circle was released in 2009 and quickly gained some cult status within both underground and pop-hit makers production ...
PSP Audioware MasterQ2 Review at MusicRadar
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PSP Audioware MasterQ2 Review at MusicRadar

PSP Audioware has been producing vintage-inspired plugins since the earliest days of VST, and with eight EQs on its books, including the excellent Pultec-inspired NobleQ, it really does have something for everyone in the frequency-shaping depar...
BFD Oblivion Review at MusicRadar
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BFD Oblivion Review at MusicRadar

Clicky kick drums and throaty snares are the order of the day with this metal-orientated expansion for BFD 2/3/Eco. The kit is a Mapex Orion five-piece with two snares (brass and jarrah, with snares on/off and optional Moongel damping on the Ma...
Waves NS1 Noise Suppressor Review at Music Tech
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Waves NS1 Noise Suppressor Review at Music Tech

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 Noise Suppressor. It’s an automatic noise suppression processor that is meant for use on any s...
Audiothing Frostbite review at Bedroom Producers Blog
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Audiothing Frostbite review at Bedroom Producers Blog

Dublin based sound design lab and developer AudioThing has released Frostbite, a multi-effect plugin with ring modulation, feedback and freeze modules, offering six different routing configurations for each, alphabetized A through F. It’s...
Metric Halo Production Bundle Review at Resoundsound
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Metric Halo Production Bundle Review at Resoundsound

Metric Halo are known for their very respected high end audio interfaces. I must admit that before they hit me up I didn’t even know they make plugins as well. Therefore it was quite interesting for me to investigate how their experi...
Plugin Boutique VirtualCZ Review at AskAudio Magazine
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Plugin Boutique VirtualCZ Review at AskAudio Magazine

Plugin Boutique have unleashed a faithful recreation of Casio's beloved CZ synth series, employing the original's unique Phase Distortion architecture to provide distinctive sounds through a compact GUI. Reviving this arcane synthesis t...
AIR Music Technology The Riser Review at Music Radar
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AIR Music Technology The Riser Review at Music Radar

AIR Music Technology The Riser Though aimed squarely at dance music producers looking to conjure up epic riser effects quickly and easily, the interface of AIR's new synth plugin (VST/AU/AAX) appears largely inscrutable at first glance....
AIR Music Technology The Riser Review at DJWORX
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AIR Music Technology The Riser Review at DJWORX

WHAT IS THE RISER? AIR refers to it as a “synth-based transition designer”, but the name “Riser” really tells you everything you need to know. It’s an instrument designed and marketed with one purpose in mind: ...
AIR Music Technology Xpand!2 Review at Harmony Central
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AIR Music Technology Xpand!2 Review at Harmony Central

Xpand is a softsynth that has been around in various forms for a while now. Originally created as a bundled plugin for Pro Tools 7 back in 2006 and later improved, expanded and renamed Xpand!2, it has proven to be a very popular plugin, but has...
AIR Music Technology Xpand!2 Review at SoundBytes Magazine
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AIR Music Technology Xpand!2 Review at SoundBytes Magazine

What is Xpand!2 all about? In a nutshell, it is a four-part multitimbral workstation. Unlike Hybrid 3, this isn’t a synthesizer plugin in which you have a multitude of controls, giving you access to some complex sound design. What it does...
AIR Music Technology Vacuum Pro Review at Attack Magazine
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AIR Music Technology Vacuum Pro Review at Attack Magazine

AIR Vacuum Pro AIR Music Technology’s reputation as a producer of high quality effects and virtual instruments stems from their early work providing the core of the stock plugins in Pro Tools. As they branch out with their own range o...
AIR Music Technology Loom Review at SoundBytes Magazine
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AIR Music Technology Loom Review at SoundBytes Magazine

Additive synths have been around for a few years, and there are some notably cool instruments in this category.  These include Alchemy (let’s please have a moment of silence in sympathy for all Alchemy fans who use PCs), NI’s R...
AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 Review at SoundBytes Magazine
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AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 Review at SoundBytes Magazine

AIR Music Technology is a German music software company that started out under the name of Wizoo Sound Design. They’re a member of inMusic Brands, which is a family of companies that includes some big names in the music industry. Some of ...
AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 Review at AskAudio Magazine
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AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 Review at AskAudio Magazine

These days, you’ve got to have your product locked down tight if you’re planning on doing a bread and butter synth that even hopes to compete with reigning champions like Massive, Rob Papen’s line and the reFX synths. Even fre...
AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 Review at Bedroom Producers Blog
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AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 Review at Bedroom Producers Blog

AIR Music Technology Hybrid 3 For many years, AIR Music Technology (once known as Wizoo) has supplied factory instruments and effects for Avid’s Pro-Tools industry standard DAW, but now that their innovative product line has become av...
Acon Digital Equalize Review at Music Radar
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Acon Digital Equalize Review at Music Radar

Acon Digital Equalize Competition in the parametric equaliser plugin market has never been tougher, with current alpha dogs FabFilter Pro-Q 2 and DMG Audio EQuilibrium looking practically unassailable thanks to their sophisticated arrays of...
Circle2 Review at Blog.Dubspot.com
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Circle2 Review at Blog.Dubspot.com

In this VST plugin review, Dubspot’s Rory PQ takes us through the new Circle² semi-modular software synthesizer by Future Audio Workshop. Get an in-depth look at the new features that make this powerful, modern software synthesizer a...
Kush Audio Electra DSP Review at MusicRadar
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Kush Audio Electra DSP Review at MusicRadar

The last EQ plugin released by Kush Audio was Clariphonic DSP, which impressed us despite being limited to only two shelves, facilitating boosting only (no cutting), and sporting just a handful of fixed frequencies to choose from. Kush&#39...
Sinevibes Drift Review at MusicRadar
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Sinevibes Drift Review at MusicRadar

We're big fans of Sinevibes plugins. They're sometimes excellent, always very affordable, often a little bit quirky, and usually useful and fun. The Ukrainian developer has indulged in a few overly esoteric excursions of late, though, a...

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