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No. 68  |  Nov 2008
Nov. 15, 2008

Plug-Ins

Oxford Limiter plug-in

by Sonnox | Reviewed by Garrett Haines

" ... It featured programs so advanced that the company had to fabricate custom DSP chips to run the effects. Years later, Sonnox is making the original Sony Oxford effects (as well as some new ones) available for you and me. I recently ... "

No. 79  |  Sep 2010
Sept. 15, 2010

Plug-Ins

Restore plug-in suite

by Sonnox | Reviewed by Garrett Haines

" This new trio of plug-ins from UK-based Sonnox (the group that brought us plug-ins based on the Sony Oxford digital console) includes Oxford DeClicker, Oxford DeBuzzer and Oxford ... "

No. 123  |  Jan 2018
Jan. 16, 2018

EQs, Plug-Ins, Software

Oxford Dynamic EQ Plug-In

by Sonnox | Reviewed by Don Gunn, Garrett Haines

" ... to my eyes and sounded artificial or hyped to my ears. Fortunately, that's not the case with the recently released Sonnox Oxford Dynamic EQ. Oxford Dynamic EQ's GUI is the most elegant Sonnox representation ever, with controls that allow novice users ... "

No. 125  |  May 2018
May 19, 2018

Plug-Ins

VoxDoubler Thicken & Widen Plug-Ins

by Sonnox | Reviewed by Scott McChane

" ... vocal. Not by coincidence, Thicken and Widen are the names of the two separate plug-ins that comprise the VoxDoubler suite; Sonnox's first addition to their new, budget-priced Toolbox Range. Toolbox plug-ins promise to offer "a single focus that deliver a simple ... "

No. 69  |  Jan 2009
Jan. 15, 2009

Plug-Ins

SuprEsser plug-in

by Sonnox | Reviewed by Andy Hong

" ... capabilities, but even if you purchase SuprEsser solely for its de-essing prowess, your money will be well spent. ($300 MSRP; www.sonnoxplugins.com) "

No. 63  |  Jan 2008
Jan. 15, 2008

DSP Accelerators

UAD-1e & UAD-Xpander Xtreme

by Universal Audio | Reviewed by

" ... to say that the UAD plug-ins blow similar TDM plug-ins out of the water-pretty much all of them except the Sonnox. They're so damn musical. But I do have to be fair and add that there were a few spinning wheels, ... "

No. 77  |  May 2010
May 15, 2010

Computers

Creation Station computers

by Sweetwater | Reviewed by

" ... and compressor plug-ins, and the DSP never reached 20%. Of course, it's not bulletproof, as one instance of the excellent Sonnox SuprEsser (#64) can wreak havoc on a 96 kHz session. However, I believe this had more to do with my ... "

No. 84  |  Jul 2011
July 15, 2011

Interfaces, Recorders, Software

Pro Tools HD Native

by Avid | Reviewed by John Baccigaluppi

" ... for: Eventide ( Tape Op #55), SoundToys EchoBoy (#62), Auto-Tune, Altiverb (#28), Drumagog (#84), Wave Arts Restoration Suite (#60, #63), and Sonnox (#32, #41, #68). If future upgrades only involved a limited number of plug-in bundles, they would go much smoother. (Note ... "

No. 94  |  Mar 2013
March 15, 2013

Plug-Ins

Pro-DS plug-in

by FabFilter | Reviewed by Dave Hidek

" ... be able to change the release time when being more heavy-handed than usual. In the same way that iZotope and Sonnox give you seemingly infinite tweaking capabilities with their plug-ins, it'd be nice to be able to move beyond the default ... "

No. 115  |  Sep 2016
Sept. 27, 2016

Computers, Software

RADAR studio computer & HDR

by iZ Technology | Reviewed by John Baccigaluppi

" ... on RADAR studio. Speaking of plug-ins, I quickly learned that most of the major plug-in companies, like Sound Toys, UAD, Sonnox, Eventide, Wave Arts, Waves, Valhalla, etc., support Windows. I lost more plug-ins migrating from PT 10 to 12 than I ... "

No. 121  |  Sep 2017
Sept. 22, 2017

Plug-Ins

Neutron Intelligent Mixing Plug-In

by iZotope | Reviewed by Andy Hong

" ... timeline curves overlaid onto the post-process spectrum and amplitude envelope displays. I’ll admit that my favorite envelope shaping plug-in is Sonnox Oxford Envolution [Tape Op #113] because of its powerful parametric spectral controls and its difference (effect-only) function, but in many ... "

No. 123  |  Jan 2018
Jan. 16, 2018

Plug-Ins

Physion Structural Effects Plug-In

by Eventide | Reviewed by Larry Crane

" ... was an immediate adopter. Now, I could control how quickly a source entered and left the mix. Other plug-ins, notably Sonnox Oxford Envolution [#113], have added a higher degree of control to transient vs. tonal information, and I have been using ... "

 
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