Daking Makes Some Noise

Las Vegas, NV (October 11, 2010)--The TransAudio Group website now contains 24-bit/48 kHz samples of recordings made with Daking mic pres and compressors.
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Las Vegas, NV (October 11, 2010)--The TransAudio Group website now contains 24-bit/48 kHz samples of recordings made with Daking mic pres and compressors.

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"It's one thing to describe a 'sound' in words, but it's a poor substitute for actually listening," said Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group. "Geoff Daking makes fabulous mic pres, EQs, and compressors that sound way more expensive than they actually are. I've been saying that for some time now, but instead of taking my word for it, users researching their next purchase can decide for themselves whether I'm right."

Samples presented include drums (separately and together), percussion, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, upright bass, electric bass, piano, Rhodes, Hammond C3, vocals, choir, strings, loops, and full mixes. All samples include information about the instruments, microphones, and the Daking parameter settings so that users can duplicate the results, or reference them as jumping-off points. The page can be navigated to directly at http://www.transaudiogroup.com/daking/audio-files.shtml, or by clicking the Daking tab on the TransAudio Group website and selecting "HEAR IT."

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