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Audio-Technica upgrades its clip-on contender with more mounts than a GoPro. Review: Mark Woods Capturing the sound of acoustic instruments is one thing, amplifying them is another. Getting them loud and clear on the big...

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Let yourself be captured by the promise of Orion’s great beyond… getting there might not be smooth, but it’s worth it. Review: Mark Davie Getting an Antelope Audio interface up and running is like reaching...

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PRESONUS QUANTUM THUNDERBOLT INTERFACE

November 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Want to leave latency in your dust? Quantum will take you on a very quick roundtrip. Review: Brad Watts As I always state when reviewing Presonus gear, I’m a bonafide fan of the company’s products....

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Maschine software can turn your creative cogs at record speed, and the MkIII hardware is here to help you keep up. Review: Jason Hearn When Maschine (MkI) hit the scene back in 2009, it was...

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KORG GRANDSTAGE DIGITAL STAGE PIANO

November 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Review: Preshan John Korg keyboards are heavyweights in both market position and gravitational pull. The new Grandstage has a significantly smaller stand-print than the flagship Kronos LS we reviewed a few months ago but still...

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SOUNDBRENNER PULSE Wearable Metronome

October 16, 2017 | 0 Comments

Review: Preshan John The Soundbrenner Pulse is a Kickstarter campaign success story. At first glance, you’d be forgiven for thinking the device treads a fine line between novelty and functionality. However it’s a surprisingly practical...

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QSC K10.2 POWERED PORTABLE SPEAKERS

October 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

QSC’S K series has been a winner. Almost a decade later, version two still stands tall. Review: Mark Woods First released in 2009, the original QSC K10 set the standard for portable powered speakers. It...

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Let’s play ‘Would you rather?’ A luscious DSP-laden twin or a leather-bound fusion of knobs and sockets? Review: Mark Davie Most desktop interfaces don’t offer much. You can reel the features off without even glancing...

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Starlight pinpoints your sound with laser accuracy and three different voicings. Review: Preshan John With the Origin, it was a droppable headbasket. With Starlight, it’s a laser pointer. Trust Aston Microphones to add a peculiar...

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OUTPUT ANALOG STRINGS VIRTUAL INSTRUMENT

July 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

The name Analog Strings sounds like it should be for purists, however, the sound it outputs is anything but. Review: Preshan John Everyone’s got strings samples, but I bet you don’t have anything like Output...

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