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ARTURIA MICROBRUTE ANALOGUE SYNTHESISER

June 4, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Microbrute is all bite. Review: Brad Watts Oh, I do say! A fabulous little analogue synth has crept into my man-cave, and I’m all the happier for it. It’s the courageously cute, the decidedly...

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NAMM 2014: MOTU 828X’S THUNDEROUS RECEPTION

January 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

Is there an audio interface with a longer, more credentialed history than MOTU’s 828? Probably not. The next-gen, single rackspace 828 is now upon us, and this time it’s packing Thunderbolt. The new 828x provides...

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A HIT IN YOUR PANTS

January 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

We’d been debating, investigating, mulling over the future of music at AudioTechnology HQ in preparation for Issue 100, when Brad brought up these bad boys. Forget Google Glass and other lame attempts at ‘wearable tech’,...

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THE GENESIS OF EVE

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Eve Audio intends to break Adam’s mould, just not the ribbon. Story: Mark Davie Out of Adam’s rib came Eve. It’s the oldest origin story in the book. But there’s a fresh take that’s only...

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A LITTLE SYNTHI

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Mathew Watson’s classic EMS Synthi AKS synthesiser unearths a whole generation of Dalek nightmares and Other Places. Story & Photos: Jason Allen If you’ve heard Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon, you’ve heard an...

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ON THE WAVELENGTH

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Melbourne producer, Myles Mumford, has been helping Swazi artists have a voice on the issues killing their nation. Story: Mark Davie In Swaziland, getting airtime isn’t the issue, having enough fuel to get to the...

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TIMELESS BEAUTY IN ASYMMETRY

January 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Karnivool and producer Nick DiDia embrace each other’s differences to stay off the beaten track on new album Asymmetry. Story: Mark Davie Photos: Kane Hibberd Guitar tabs are notorious for containing little more timing information...

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ACCESS VIRUS TI

March 30, 2006 | 0 Comments

The Totally Integrated Virus synthesizer has arrived. Time to don the biohazard suit and muck in! Text: Derek Johnson If you’re going to be a one-product company, you’d better make it one hell of a...

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JBL LSR4328

March 30, 2006 | 0 Comments

Monitors that compensate for your room’s lumps and bumps… without creating their own problems? It can be done. Text: Brad Watts I admit to not being a rabid fan of JBL monitors. I pushed a...

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YAMAHA HS80M

February 9, 2006 | 0 Comments

The spirit of the classic NS10M nearfield monitors lives on. Text: Greg Walker Gear options these days seem to be expanding exponentially and there are very few genuine ‘de facto’ standards left in the studio....

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