ANWIDA Soft has an extensive know-how in digital audio software. All our work relies on the synergy between our wide experience in the scientific field, based on a deep academic background in DSP, acoustics, software engineering and UX (User eXperience) Design, and an active and eclectic career as electronic, jazz and classical professional musicians.

Our goal is to be true artisans. Creating out of an inward passion, we believe there is beauty in the details.

This allows us to craft carefully designed products developed by musicians for musicians.

  • Audio plugins by musicians for musicians
  • Sumptuous sounding DSP algorithms
  • Highly optimized code
  • User-Centered and Emotional Design
  • Neumorphism in UI design

A New World In Digital Audio

Testimonials

Carey Langille
producer / engineer

The sound is Very good. Nice combinations of old mod sounds and new funky stuff…The chorus is very rich and smooth.. Sounds great…The delay is also very nice and the whole set is in sawstudio Native format, so its totally automatable…They simply use NO processing power on my 1.6 gig system…

Steve Berson
audio engineer

EXCELLENT WORK!…this plugin pack works fantastically in the SAW environment…the automation possibilities with this pack make it a superior choice for the SAWStudio user..

Sean McCoy
Oregon Sound Recording

…the plugs are working very well, responding perfectly to heavy automation with virtually no CPU drain. Excellent work!

Bob Lentini
SAWStudio creator

The best set of modulation plug-ins I have heard.

Jesse Jost
Cakewalk Product Manager

I really like this reverb. Especially unique among reverb plug-ins are elements like plates and gates, they sound wonderful. The DX Reverb is a model plug-in with a lot of substance rolled into an intuitive, compact UI. Great job!

James A. Putnam and Dennis L. Trunk
Musician's Tech Central

…ANWIDA delivers what it promises…The sound is consistently transparent, and the signal dynamic range compresses smoothly even at extreme settings. In our tests, for example, we found that the CX1V is effective in softening transients, such as from drum kits, without adding any coloration. Sometimes the transparency was so effective overall that we often checked to make sure the compressor was active…Since most musicians are usually concerned with compression rather than expansion of dynamic range, it is easy to forget that the CX1V is also an expander. However, the expansion capability worked just as well and displayed the same virtues of transparency and smoothness…In addition, the demand on CPU usage is very low, which means that on most computers there should be little problem running as many instances of the CX1V as needed for multi-track recording. In general, this uncomplicated, straightforward compressor/expander is a reliable workhorse. It does the job it’s supposed to do, and it does it very well.