TransAudio Group announces the new Subwoofer Pros Studio Sub 10, an ultra-compact 12” x 14” x 11.5” subwoofer with remarkably low distortion, an even frequency response, and an adjustable HF cutoff to work seamlessly with any size nearfield monitor.

Voxengo is happy to release a new major version 2 of its VariSaturator plug-in.  VariSaturator is an audio effect plugin designed to apply saturation and overdrive effects to audio material.  VariSaturator is available in AAX, AudioUnit, VST, and VST3 plugin formats, for macOS and Windows computers.

Voxengo is happy to announce the release of the next major version 3.0 of its Boogex plugin, a free guitar amplifier and cabinet simulation plugin for professional music production applications.  The plugin is available in AAX, AudioUnit, VST and VST3 plugin formats, for macOS and Windows computers.

RTW focuses on visualizing audio in order to let audio engineers make informed decisions in professional broadcast, production, post production and quality control, and as broadcasters are increasingly moving toward networked audio, the company now presents a new version of its acclaimed TouchMonitor TM7 and TM9.

United Plugins is proud to announce availability of the seventh plugin to its collective name (since launching last year) with FirePresser — founding independent developer FireSonic’s fresh take on compression as an advanced serial multi-compressor plugin suitable for every situation where compression is needed.

Carl Tatz Design has announced a new high-performance professional reference studio subwoofer as part of its acclaimed line of PhantomFocus™ Precision Monitoring Instruments.   

MIDI 2.0, the next-generation music and arts specification that enhances virtually all aspects of 1983’s original MIDI 1.0 spec, made its world-wide debut at the Winter NAMM music industry trade show.

DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) plugin and audio DSP (Digital Signal Processing) developer Fuse Audio Labs is proud to announce availability of VPRE-2C, its latest plugin par excellence, based on a rare all-tube, transformer-based booster amp whose basic circuit design has been used in countless tube consoles for broadcast and recording during the late-Fifties and early-Sixties.