Granted it’s a couple years old, but I still think it’s a valid overview and rundown on some of the most popular mastering plugins. Sound On Sound has an entire page’s worth of plugins reviewed by their staff that would consider taking with them if they were ever forced to walk the plank and survive on a lonely, Caribbean isle.

If you’ve ever wondered what the difference was in all those plugins, or just how sponge worthy they are, you can take a look for yourself here and see what the fuss is all about.