About Us

Kazrog produces an essential collection of audio plugins for VST, AU, and AAX formats, setting new standards for analog emulation and digital precision. Kazrog has received multiple NAMM TEC Awards nominations, and has become an industry staple for signal processing.

At Kazrog, we are committed to a vision of extreme attention to detail and elegance in software and sound design.


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August 2023

Kazrog & Avalon release VT-747SP Native plugin

Kazrog, in partnership with Avalon Design, releases the first-ever plugin emulation of the renowned, NAMM TEC Award winning Avalon VT-747SP. Released to a massive outpouring of positivity from pro mix and mastering engineers worldwide, this release marks the beginning of a partnership that both companies are excited about.

January 2021

True Dynamics receives NAMM TEC Award nomination

Kazrog's True Dynamics is nominated for the 2021 NAMM TEC Award in the Signal Processing Software - Effects category.

January 2020

True Iron receives NAMM TEC Award nomination

Kazrog's True Iron is nominated for the 2020 NAMM TEC Award in the Signal Processing Software (Dynamics / EQ / Utilities) category.

July 2018

True Iron Released

Kazrog releases True Iron, the first-ever analog line transformer emulation plugin, which would go on to receive a NAMM TEC Award nomination, and has found its way into the signal paths of Grammy-Award winning, multi platinum certified mixers, mastering engineers, and producers worldwide.

May 2015

KClip Released

Kazrog releases the first-ever cross platform mastering clipper plugin, KClip, setting a new standard for transparent mastering loudness with audiophile grade oversampling.

January 2011

Kazrog Becomes an Audio Plugin Company

With the launch of Recabinet 3 (a plugin with the acclaimed Recabinet IR library built in, and the groundbreaking Speaker Dynamics algorithm), Kazrog releases their first audio plugin.

January 2008

Recabinet Launched

Kazrog is founded by Shane McFee, and launches Recabinet, the first-ever commercial library of speaker cabinet impulse responses (IRs), inspiring many copycats and setting the new industry standard for guitar recording and live performance that would become ubiquitous.