The TC-Helicon VoiceTone Mic Mechanic 2 is a compact pedal that's meant to fine tune and improve your vocals. It does away with fancy bells and whistles, and sticks to essentials like reverb, echo, pitch correction, and TC-Helicon's Adaptive Tone technology, which intelligently tweaks compression, EQ, de-essing and gating as you perform to improve the resulting sound. For more control over the ambience of your voice, the pedal offers a total of 8 reverb and echo presets, including variations of Room, Studio, Hall and Delay. All of these features are packed in a standard size all-metal stompbox that can run on a 9-volt battery, a pedalboard power supply or a DC adapter.
The first version of FruityLoops () was developed by Didier Dambrin for Image-Line and was partially released in December 1997. Its official launch was in early 1998, when it was still a four-channel  MIDI drum machine .  Dambrin became Chief Software Architect for the program,   and it quickly underwent a series of large upgrades that made it into a popular and complex digital audio workstation . FL Studio has undergone twelve major updates since its inception.  As of June 2015, a macOS-compatible version of FL Studio was released in its alpha stage. It is currently only available to registered FL Studio users. 
Rounding out the new Brit series of amps is a preamp model based on the Marshall JMP-1 valve preamp. The JMP-1 was Marshall’s first foray into the world of MIDI control with Marshall tone. It allows players to sculpt the tones they want, then save those tone presets for recall by MIDI control at any time. It's one of the most simple preamps, very straight forward. It has the staple Marshall controls like Volume, Gain, Bass, Middle, Treble and Presence. It features a bass shift, 2 overdrive channels, and 2 clean channels. For its ease of use and its “ready to go” sound character, it quickly became one of the most iconic Guitar preamps of the era. Almost 90% of the pro players at the time had a JMP-1 in their rack of toys.