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Reviews

Raw Loops: analog sound ITB with Acustica

April 3, 2019

Modern digital tools are a god sent gift to the producer/engineer. You can edit, EQ, save and recall with ease and 100% precision but there is something about analog that we miss in the box [...] There are various offerings and ways to emulate hardware but to our ears the offerings from Acustica Audio and generally their approach and technology seem to come the closest possible.

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El Rey one of the most DISRESPECTFUL plugins of 2019.

February 25, 2019

Production master Reid Stefan looks at his best-plugins selection of 2019. Turns out El Rey is one of them!

Watch Stefan put it to test on his tracks.

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SOS: "Taupe sounds great. It does things that no conventional processor can do"

February 22, 2019

Sam Inglis has reviewed our Taupe for the March 2019 issue of Sound on Sound, and he has some sweet words for it!


"Acustica Audio have applied their unique sampling technology to the world of magnetic recording media — with impressive results. [...]

It sounds great, with a complex and subtle dynamic response that would be impossible to achieve using conventional processors. 

 

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Accordo.it: 'El Rey makes sound become alive'

December 6, 2018

by Andy Cappellato

"El Rey is an outstanding dynamic processor that shines on all kinds of sources"


Watch the full video review (Italian) here

DJ Booth on Pink2: 'The most impressive EQ I've ever found in a plugin.'

May 16, 2018

by Dave Edwards

"I've tried every API emulation out there, and PINK2 sets the bar substantially higher than anything else on the market "


Dave Edwards has given our Pink 2 a spin and he was utterly impressed with the results.

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SOS on Sand: 'Superb Sound'

February 2017

By Sam Inglis

"If you’re an aficionado of SSL-style compression, I suspect you’ll like Sand’s take on it a lot"


Most software emulations of analog devices are created using so-called ‘modelling’ techniques, which attempt to simulate the behavior of individual components or circuit blocks. However, Acustica Audio has long championed an alternative approach called dynamic convolution.

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