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For Valentine’s Day treat yourself to a plugin <3

20% discount on our entire product range from 12.02.2024 to 18.02.2024. Unwrap the heart-shaped box and choose your favourite audio sweetener:

Taipei Studio Tape Recorder usually €115 now €92. More >>

Verona Vintage Tube Console usually €85 now €68. More >>

Enna & Telge Enhancer Bundle usually €70 now €56. More >>

Brighton Opto Tube Comp usually €85 now €68. More >>

Osaka Mix EQ was €70 usually €56. More >>

Tokyo Tube EQ was €70 usually €56. More >>

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Summer 2023 is a hot 30 (off all plugins)

London Acoustics Summer Sale 30%

It’s certainly been a long winter, but we’re kicking off our summer season with the first London Acoustics sale this year, offering a whopping 30% off all plugins until July 16, 2023. So go on, fill your boots with the entire London Acoustics range of audio plugins! What could be better than owning our acclaimed range of tools to help you at every stage of the production process?

We’ll let you in on a little (not so secret) secret too: ARM processor compatibility is incoming for all the plugins that don’t have it yet, so not long to go at all. All updates are free for the lifetime of the plugins.

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TAIPEI Studio Tape Recorder Launch Update


Yesterday, 25th August, we launched our new TAIPEI Studio Tape Recorder plugin, brimming with excitement to see the public reaction to what we feel is our best feat of plugin engineering yet. Murphy crept up on us and kicked us solidly in the balls.

The early adopters quickly reported that their DAW was crashing upon loading TAIPEI.

TAIPEI Studio Tape Recorder was in beta testing for weeks prior to launch, with all manner of issues fixed by our team, though there was one little oversight to do with N4 commercial that caused this failure to load. Our beta testers are all using a beta-version of N4, with all the latest updates. Unfortunately the public version of N4 is still dated 20th October 2020 (!) and doesn’t contain the necessary upgrades to sucessfully host TAIPEI. At least, not until they releast the update.

N4 Player (the free version) works fine as it was updated in August ’21.

The initial hour of the TAIPEI launch, as seen from the London Acoustics loft.

The fix

We’ve fixed the incompatibilities with N4 commercial from within TAIPEI and released the 2.0 update today, 26 August. Once N4 commercial is updated we will then reintroduce the functions to TAIPEI.

If you bought TAIPEI on 25 August

You simply need to update TAIPEI to the latest version using the Aquarius application.

If you’re buying TAIPEI on or after 26 August 2021

You’re good to go! You don’t need to do anything special, the version you purchase will be the latest version.

Thanks to all of our customers for the quick and accurate communication. Without you we couldn’t have spotted this and fixed it so quickly.

You guys rock!
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Verona Tube Console in Shootout Video

Paul Third Tube EQ Shootout

Tube shootout video alert! Youtuber Poul Third asks the important question: “What does a tube eq sound like and can we recreate a tube sound in audio plugins / music production software?” In an episode of his “Mixing Wednesdays”, Paul compares three prominent tube EQ plugins, including Acustica Audio‘s Cobalt, Tone Empire‘s Black Q2 and our very own Verona Tube Console in his extensive tube shootout video.

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An album recorded ITB with LA plugins

We received news of a full album being released that used London Acoustics plugins almost exclusively. Italian producer Dropout’s new post-electronica album, “Memories From a Distant Future” is an 8-track conceptual album that delves into the themes of fear and relief, examining the difference between our dreams and our realities.

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A Christmas Message for 2020

This time it deserves a somewhat longer and more personal message. It’s been a rough one, 2020. This year was a year of drastic change in both lifestyle and expectations, in a short space of time. Although we have always known that change is inevitable – perhaps even prided ourselves at being adept at it – we have to admit that this year caught us a little underprepared.