Eventide’s stellar bundle got recently updated with the latest releases, such as TVerb, MangledVerb, etc. If we were stranded on a desert island these plugins would definitely be among the ones we would have. By the way, the bundle is currently on sale, so don’t miss out. If you’re already an Eventide customer the upgrade price might be VERY tempting…
The Sound Radix team always brings something new to the table. Powair is an innovative, smart compressor designed to control dynamics and bring a sense of power to vocals, instruments, and mixes. The sound engineer in you will love this plugin, check it out!
Speaking of plugin bundles, the Slate Everything Bundle was already a killer package. Now that the (long-awaited) FG-Stress has landed, the bundle has almost become a no-brainer, especially for those who love adding some analog vibes to their mixes. FYI: if you’re not into subscription models, you can still buy a permanent license for this (and other) plugin.
Ideal for edgy producers, Modnetic provides analog emulated tape delay, extremely realistic spring reverb choices and bucket brigade chorus on the one hand, but digital clarity and impossible tricks on the other, such as classic digital phasers, reverse-tape and clickless realtime routing options. Modnetic has become a new classic here at ANR. If you love plugins with plenty of character and vintage, ‘haunted’ spaces make sure to give Modnetic a try.
The Dada Life guys know a thing or two about making people smile (and dance). Their new plugin is a well-executed (and fun to watch) ‘buildup maker’. Sure, you might call it a one-trick pony for lazy bedroom EDM producers, but this trick is actually pretty brilliant – and there’s lots of work under the hood. If you need a quick way to create buildups, this is it!