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Software, instrument and audio gear tests/reviews

  • Check Please!

    Check Please! - Video review of Audified MixChecker


    The MixChecker plug-in from Audified makes it possible to reference your mix on a wide range of simulated speaker types to see how it translates. How well does it work? Find out in this video review.

  • Killer Sounds from Lethal

    Killer Sounds from Lethal - A video review of the new synth from Lethal Audio


    Lethal Audio recently released Lethal, a crisp-sounding "rompler"-style software instrument with a heavy emphasis on EDM, but which will also be useful for pop, rock, hip-hop, and film scoring.

  • Mod About You

    Mod About You - A review of the Keeley Mod Workstation pedal


    At this year’s NAMM show, Keeley Electronics showed off their new Workstation line of pedals, which combine the functionality of several Keeley pedals in one. Although recently released, the pedals are in short supply, but we were fortunate enough to get our hands on the Mod Workstation. It’s an analog multi-effects pedal with three independent ef…

  • Mastering Made Painless

    Mastering Made Painless - A review of IK Multimedia's Lurssen Mastering Console


    The Lurssen Mastering Console is new mastering software from IK Multimedia that was created in conjunction with Gavin Lurssen at Lurssen Mastering in Los Angeles, a high-profile facility that’s responsible for mastering multiple Grammy-award-winning albums, and Oscar-winning film scores and more. The product lets you access a software emulation o…

  • Spin Doctor

    Spin Doctor - Review of the Electro-Harmonix Lester G Deluxe Rotary Speaker pedal


    One of the new pedals Electro-Harmonix debuted the 2016 NAMM show was a Leslie-speaker simulator called Lester G. Not only does it offer rotating speaker sounds, but also an overdrive circuit and a compressor.

  • A Big Bundle of Processing

    A Big Bundle of Processing - A video review of Eventide Anthology X


    The Eventide Anthology X bundle ($999 street) offers users a large collection of effects processing plug-ins. Although there's an emphasis on the harmonizer/delay type effects that Eventide is famous for, you also get EQs, channel strips, a reverb, phase alignment plug-ins, and more. Many of the processors are digital recreations of analog hardwar…

  • A Rapture on a Budget

    A Rapture on a Budget - A review of Cakewalk Rapture Session


    Recently, Cakewalk announced Rapture Session, a new member of its Rapture software-instrument family. It offers less sounds and no programmability, but it has the same synth engine as the flagship Rapture Pro and comes with almost 4GB of content. What makes it most notable, however, is its super-low price tag: $29.95. So is Rapture Session a great…

  • A Revolution in Headphone Mixing

    A Revolution in Headphone Mixing - A review of the Waves NX Virtual Mix Room plug-in


    Headphones are great for checking details when you’re mixing, but to mix on them exclusively has always been a challenge — at least until now. Thanks to a revolutionary new Waves plug-in called NX (Mac/PC), you can put on your headphones and mix in a virtual control room with perfect acoustics no matter where you are. What’s more, NX also makes it…

  • JMP for Joy

    JMP for Joy - A review of the UAD Marshall JMP 2203 Plug-In


    Universal Audio has an ongoing partnership with the software whizzes at Softube to develop plug-ins for its UAD platform. This collaboration has resulted in many different plug-ins, including models of several Marshall guitar amps. The latest is the Marshall JMP 2203 Plug-In, which was released recently along with UAD 8.5 software. We took it for …

  • Reverberate Goes Fusion

    Reverberate Goes Fusion - LiquidSonics Reverberate 2 Review


    There are two clearly distinguishable schools in the software reverb world: algorithmic and convolution.