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Audified is a company specialized in multimedia software and hardware development. We create audio effects, host applications, audio players, recorders and DSP hardware. We also bring special audio solutions.

We were the pioneers in audio hardware emulations. We were the first who brought audio FX plugins to Mac OS X. And we were between the first companies who developed audio applications for live (real-time) performance.
Audified did some of the first plug-ins for PowerCore, TC Electronic's hardware accelerated DSP platform. "Recently our two companies have been working closely together on various projects," says Thomas Valter from TC, "and we are very satisfied with the products that have been a result of our cooperation."

Products by Audified

Latest reviews of Audified products

STA Effects
Reviewed By Faydit
April 7th, 2022

All plugins work well and sound very naturally, very good sounding Chorus and Flanger, Preamp and Enhancer also sound and work well.

Unfortunately I did not manage to get any convincing sounds from the Phaser. Phasing itself has little to do with other phaser plugins, which I know, instead of a convincing phasing the signal sounds - indenpendent of the settings - always completey distorted, even with Saturation at zero, worst with a square wave, better with a pure sine wave, nevertheless not at all what I would identify and accept as a working phaser.

Input reduction also does not help much. I personally suppose that this is some programming mistake, but as it is, the Phaser unfortunately is unusable for me.

If this mistake is corrected in a future upgrade, the whole collection would be excellent, so it unfortunately is only average.

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STA Delay
Reviewed By Faydit
April 7th, 2022

Excellent sounding Delay, or sonically rather some sort of really good sounding and working tape echo with additional tube circuit.

The only advantage, this plugin has is that Tempo only shows bpm, but is not switchable to ms. This feature should be self-evident meanwhile in delay plugins, in my opinion.

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TNT Voice Executor
Reviewed By cfisanick
June 11th, 2021

I'm a professional voice-over artist and podcaster. If you asked me what is one of my most used plugins, I'd say TNT Voice Executor. Don't thumb your nose at it because it's one of those simple "select the preset and go" plugins designed for newbies. It may be, but those presets are excellent. You'll find one that you like and use it. This plugin is a bargain. I use it all the time for voice-over projects.

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Linda RockStack
Reviewed By CoolGuitarGear
December 21st, 2020

I had issues getting this to run on Sonar X3 (Windows 10 with 64-bit), but it worked no problem with the latest Cakewalk by Bandlab. My thoughts are straight-forward, with the accompanying demo speaking for itself (both sound samples and 'building' a classic rock tone). This 3-channel amp offers a lot of flexibility in tones and gain, from very clean to hi-gain (metal-based, but not necessarily modern metal, like running a Diezel or Dual Rectifier). Regardless, there's a lot of tweaking capabilities, and I really like the tight, fat and body controls. Those elements add a lot in terms of bringing a tone to life and sounding punchy. The dual cabs, which you can mix in different ratios, certainly takes away a lot of the guesswork, and you can load your own IRs if desired. There are enough presets to provide a solid working and playing foundation, and then you can create your own presets as desired or needed. As diverse as this plug-in is, it is more bare-bones, in that you don't get overdrives, fuzz pedals, a bunch of IRs, etc., but is meant to be a one-stop amp/cab solution for the average studio recording musician (developed by a musician and studio engineer), from general guitar player to composer. Those into having hundreds of presets, amps, cabs, etc., would need to look elsewhere (and invest more than the $49 USD price-tag of this plug-in). Overall, for the price, this is a very decent plug-in with a good sound and sufficient tweaking capabilities:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AsPTRMGH1jQ

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MultiDrive Pedal LE
Reviewed By juliandoe
January 12th, 2020

The pedal sounds nice, nothing great, but it's a good distortion/overdrive. It's better than the logic overdrive but there are free overdrives that sound better.

what I don't like is the marketing. From the pictures and the description, you'll believe that you'll get your hands on 12 simulations, maybe with some restrictions or limitations. Instead, you get only one pedal (an sd1 style). there's no way to understand how the complete collection sounds basing your experience by one plugin. Maybe a 7 days trial would be desirable.

In my opinion, this is a nice company with a lot of potentials that is not marketing itself well.

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AmpLion Free
Reviewed By Gwugluud77
November 4th, 2018

I didn't even need this, I have the full outlay of Amplitube. But it looked cool and was free. It's right up there. Wide variety of clean, dirt, and tones, just from one amp and one available modeled speaker, up to 2 cabs loaded 1x12 with V30s. Very impressive. Aesthetically great; you know how sometimes when a gear bit is toy-like and fun to interact with, it adds to the enjoyment. Their full paid outlay must be incredible.

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GK Amplification Pro 2
Reviewed By bobbackwards
November 25th, 2011

User Interface: Very simple "all-in-one" approach. The only confusion might be in the amp controls themselves which are exactly the same as the real gear. The microphone positioning is simple and effective. Drop down menus for speaker cabs etc. behave as one would expect. I would like to have numeric values for the speaker pan and output controls as they are a little fiddly.

Sound: I am a bassist and I use the 800RB live. I can set up this plug with identical settings to my rig and the sound is extremely close. If I add a little reverb and compression (more on that under "features") then "presto" I have my tone. GK's bass amp tone is very clean and doesn't add the color that an Ampeg, Fender, or other tube amps do...not everyone likes that, but if you appreciate the solid state sound of GK amps then this plug nails it. To my ears the speaker cabs sound good (but probably could be improved on) and the included mic models work well. All in all I believe that Audiffex has done GK bass amps very well indeed.

Features: Based on the review requirements this plug is not going to score very high in this area. Why? It does not include any effects, racks, or other bells and whistles. This plug emulates the amps, cabs, and mics and that is all. To me that is not a problem, but to some it may be. On my bass rig I add some compression and occasionally a little chorus. For the plug you might want to add some reverb too. I have a large number of dedicated plugs for those effects so I just add them to the signal chain and I have my tone. If you are looking for an all-in-one effects/amp sim then this is not for you.

Documentation: The included manual is complete if not exhaustive. I have no problems understanding it.

Presets: Audiffex included a large number of presets for all three amps simulated. I mostly tweak my settings and save my own presets but the included ones are a good starting point for the amps I am less familiar with (the MB150 and 2001RB). My only quibble would be that the some of the presets output levels need to be adjusted or they are too low.

Customer Support: Have not had to deal with customer support other than to order the plug and that was a joy (see value for the money).

Value for the money: I got this plug in Audiffex ridiculous 11/11/11 deal so, yeah it was a fantastic value. For full price it is still a good value if you don't need extra effects and you know and like the sound of GK bass amps.

Stability: Rock solid

Final Thoughts: I use and like GK Bass amps...I like this plug. I can use this plug on my DAW and I don't have to set up my amp or worry about volume issues with neighbors etc. and I can get a virtually identical tone much easier, that is the beauty of amp sims. However, if you don't have or don't want to use other compression, reverb, delay, or chorus effects then you should probably look elsewhere. GK Amplification Pro is a one-trick pony but it performs one heck of a great trick!
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