OverTone PTC-2A Review
Let me briefly give you a quick run down on one of my very best-est, favorite-est 'secret ingredient' EQ plugins.
I really like this EQ. It's light on system resources and is just plumb attractive (in an ol' skool, knobby hardware kinda way).
I really like the rich, dark blue color. The knobs match the period that the 'real' Pultec EQP-1A originates from, authentically. It sounds GREAT too!
Kuassa Vermilion Review
Kuassa have recently released one of, if not “the”, finest vintage/retro guitar combo amp sims to have ever been seen and heard “In The Box”. Considering the spectacular quality that this top-shelf plugin delivers, the $39 USD price point is most definitely affordable!
This polished, new guitar amplification simulator is a definite BEST in CLASS product. The vibrant, authentic-sounding, retro tube amp tones that come out of this piece of programming creation are par excellence. Kuassa have released Vermillion in native 32bit & 64bit for Mac and PC. Bam!
Sit down on your favorite studio stool, and let’s give this boutique combo amp the center stage; shall we?
SKnote VerbTone Review
Looking for "expensive" sounding plate reverb without it costing as much as a typical week's worth of groceries? I have some GREAT news for you! Spending only $20 US dollars will get it done. No dongles required. No call/response protection mechanisms. Within 24 hours of time-of-purchase, a direct download link is sent to your email inbox. Mr. Quinto Sardo concentrates on creating VHQ plugins without spending precious programming efforts on arduous licensing schemes or layers of bothersome piracy protection. The one caveat? No downloadable demo. The plus? SKnote's VerbTone is an excellent, well-modelled Plate reverb plugin.
SKnote StageSpace Review
Firstly, let's get your attention with the extremely affordable price point. $20 US dollars will get this incredibly lush-sounding and immersive ambience effect into your plugin folder. No dongles required. No call/response protection mechanisms. Within 24 hours of time-of-purchase, a direct download link is sent to your email inbox. Mr. Quinto Sardo makes it simple and easy without arduous licensing schemes or layers of bothersome piracy protection. The one caveat? No downloadable demo.
SKnote StageSpace Review
Many software developers have produced Leslie cabinet emulators for admission to the rotator roster: Amplitude’s “Rotary 147”, Native Instruments’ B4 & Vintage Organs built-in Leslie sim, Guitar Rig’s “Rotator”, and “Spinner(LE)” from fxPointAudio are all worthy of mention. Most Hammond/Leslie aficionados will nod in unanimous agreement that GSI’s VB3fx has been “the bar” by which all other software Leslie clones must be compared with.
Photosounder SplineEQ Review
Twenty dollars doesn't net you much these days. More often than not, you haven't enough change left out of a twenty dollar bill, to even tip the pizza delivery guy. If you've ever had to rely on pizza delivery money to earn a few urgent dollars during your high school or college years, you know that it's better to have $25 or $30 for pizza. *wink.
So what can $20 buy, that you will know was very well spent and beneficial? (well, $19 actually) Surely it couldn't be an incredibly powerful, linear-phase, mastering-grade EQ plugin . . . . Could it?
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