Interview: Tony Frenzel from Klanghelm

Few things in this world are certain, other than death, taxes and the indisputable fact that Klanghelm makes amazing plugins. The Germany-based software company makes a range of best-in-show compressors and saturation plugins – we love and use them often – so we tracked down head honcho Tony Frenzel to get the inside skinny on…

Interview: United Plugins

United Plugins caused a stir when it launched in June – three different effects built by three different developers? That’s different, we thought. There’s a strategy at play of course and if the coming together of several big brains from the audio industry results a world with a greater net total of cool audio plugins,…

Interview: Alex from Audio Assault

The cool cats at Audio Assault are pretty good at making kick-ass plugins that don’t break the bank. From smashing metal amps to distortion and compression effects – to the recent release of the mighty HellBeast – we like their style, so we thought it was time to interview them. We’re in New Zealand however…

Review: Bulldozer VST Amp Plug-in from Audio Assault

Audio Assault, the plug-in company specializing in everything heavy (and a bunch of other stuff too) has just released a new amp-in, the aptly titled Bulldozer. That’s good news in and of itself, but get this: as an introductory offer, it’s available for a mere $5. When you see – and hear – what’s inside,…

Interview: Luis Herranz from TrainYourEars

Ear training is an important part of being a musician, bedroom producer or music lover. One of the best tools for frequency training specifically is TrainYourEars, made by the very talented Luis Herranz (check out our recent review here). We cornered Luis recently to pick his brains about all things ear training/softwarey and he was nice enough…