Brainworx recently released its first ever virtual synthesizer, the Brainworx bx_oberhausen, a one-of-a-kind recreation of the Oberheim SEM.
Brainworx is back with another SSL channel strip review, this one of the G-Series. Is the Brainworx bx_console G plugin worth buying? We put it to the test.
Brainworx bx_saturator is a mid and side saturator that allows for separate adjustment of distortion in the center and sides of the mix. A lot of control is packed into this compact plugin and there’s plenty of power in it to, interestingly enough, cleanly increase how loud the mix is perceived to be without clipping, as well as do harsher things, if intended. bx_saturator V2 includes your t...[Read More]
Brainworx‘s Bx_Refinement is a labeled as a “harshness control” plug-in for use in mixing or mastering chains. This review will focus on it in the mastering chain. Given the opportunity to master a track for a friend, I was excited to try out BX_Refinement in my mastering chain and put it through it’s paces. Opening up the plug-in, it looks sleek. The UI is a good size, it ...[Read More]
Brainworx “Rockrack” is an amp simulator that is all about quality. I’ve used quite a few simulators on the market, and this one is a step above and beyond. Instead of focusing on giving the user hundreds of amp, cab, and mic models to choose from, the team from Brainworx spent an equivalent amount of time with 4 amps, 5 cabs, and 4 microphones. For amps, they modeled a Clean and Crunch Marshall J...[Read More]