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Manley Force Mic Preamplifier

Date: 06/04/2015

Not Unlike Its Core, Manley’S Four-Channel Force Relies On The Company’S Usual Class A Topologies, Tubes And Transformers For Tone.  MORE


Review: Manley Force 4-Channel Microphone Preamp

Date: 05/27/2015

Rob Tavaglione. No Surprises Here—This Preamp Is A Winner.  MORE


Review: Aphex Microphone X USB Cardioid Condenser Microphone

Date: 05/26/2015

At $199 Street, It’S A Useful, Flexible USB Sound Capture Tool.  MORE


Review: Sandhill 6011A Active Ribbon Microphone

Date: 05/19/2015

by Rob Tavaglione. Active ribbons are all the rage and for good reason: the inherent bi-directional quality of a figure-eight polar pattern, typically strong mids, and a pleasant top-end tempered with a touch of useful dynamic smoothing plus higher output, lower noise floor and the increased preamp flexibility of active electronics. If you don't have an active ribbon microphone (or preferably, a pair—Blumlein, anyone?), I'm afraid you're really missing out.  MORE


Review: Radial Engineering Firefly Tube Direct Box

Date: 05/19/2015

by Rob Tavaglione. It seems like there’s a lot of cool DI boxes around these days, often sporting tubes and advanced features. Leave it to British Columbia-based Radial Engineering—makers of some wildly popular direct-injection and inter-connecting boxes—to add its Firefly to the trend. And yes—the Firefly has a tube plus numerous other advanced features, most obviously a sporty, memorable handle that kind of looks like a lightning bug's wing.  MORE


Review: Gibson Les Paul LP6 Reference Monitors

Date: 04/30/2015

It's Much More Than Les Paul Aesthetics On A Studio Monitor.  MORE


PAR-Tube: Tozzoli's 3rd St. John Retreat, Vid 2

Date: 04/30/2015

Rich's Cohorts Take You On A Tour Of The Main House, "Studio A.”  MORE


Review: Monoprice 600850 Multipattern LDC

Date: 04/28/2015

by Strother Bullins. Monoprice sells direct its own branded products ranging from band/orchestral to rock band gear and associated portable PAs—and pro audio products such as a 2.25 lb multi-pattern studio microphone: the 600850 Lollipop-Style Large Diaphragm Condenser (at $349 direct), reviewed here.  MORE


Russ Long Streams The Choir with StreamVu

Date: 04/09/2015

“Although it typically comes with a hefty price tag, streaming live music events has played a major role in the music industry over the last several years, and its popularity continues to grow.  MORE


Elite Acoustics Designs Sunburst Gear MM Series M3BR8/M3R8 All-In-One Rechargable Bluetooth Monitor

Date: 04/09/2015

Elite Acoustics Designs’ Sunburst Gear M3BR8 Could Be The Most Useful Multipurpose Monitoring Tool I’Ve Ever Used.  MORE


Teegarden Audio FatBoy Tube DI Direct Box

Date: 04/09/2015

The Fatboy ($695 direct)—about the size of a thick paperback book—employs an Electro-Harmonix 12AY7 tube (comparably, with a little less gain than a 12AX7 and a warmer “bluesier” tone, which Teegarden notes was chosen for its almost non-existent microphonic characteristics, allowing placement next to loud instruments, like drums, in live applications);  MORE


Harrison 32CS Channel Strip

Date: 04/09/2015

It Was 1975 When Dave Harrison Began Marketing His 32 Series Console, The First 32-Bus Inline Console Design.  MORE


Why I Bought It: Apogee Symphony I/O

Date: 04/09/2015

I’Ve Spent The Better Part Of The Last Two Years Listening To Many Different Converter Systems.  MORE


Vienna Symphonic Library featuring Solo Voices and Whistler

Date: 04/09/2015

Sometimes I Use Products For Quite A While, Yet Still Only Skim The Surface Of What They Can Do.  MORE


Review: Harrison 32Cs Channel Strip

Date: 04/01/2015

By Rob Tavaglione. Heaps Of ‘70S Harrison Tonality Is Packed Into The 32Cs’S Overbuilt Chassis.  MORE


 

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