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TASCAM DR-10L Portable Recorder

February 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Review: Preshan John Sometimes the tiniest gear has the biggest weight on its shoulders. Like capturing a bride’s speech, or the sound of a car blowing up for a movie. Tascam knows it, and has...

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PRESONUS STUDIOLIVE SERIES III Digital Console

February 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Presonus finally added flying faders to its StudioLive consoles, but there’s even more under the hood, bringing Presonus ever closer to delivering one box that does it all. Review: Mark Woods Flying faders were initially...

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Need a vintage mic, but don’t have the money and can’t choose which one? Just get a Sphere and make your mind up later. Review: Greg Walker What’s your dream microphone? Is it Neumann’s legendary...

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NI KOMPLETE KONTROL S49 MK 2 KEYBOARD CONTROLLER

February 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

Native Instruments has supplemented its hugely useful Light Guide with two screens. Now you’ll never have to look away from Komplete Kontrol to make music again. Review: Preshan John The battle to find a free-flowing...

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SHURE GLX-D ADVANCED WIRELESS MICROPHONE SYSTEM

February 6, 2018 | 0 Comments

2.4GHz wireless with a battery of pro features. Review: Christopher Holder Batteries are a big deal in the world of wireless audio. Not so long ago, big events would need an Energizer sponsorship to ensure...

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DB TECHNOLOGIES VIO LINE ARRAY

December 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

dB Technologies leans on DVA’s DNA to deliver its first touring system. Review: Preshan John Mention dBTechnologies to me 10 years ago, and my mind would have instantly conjured up plastic 12-and-horn boxes you find...

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EV EVOLVE 50 Column Loudspeaker

December 7, 2017 | 2 Comments

For when a stick PA is too ‘slim’ for your tastes. Review: Mark Davie Six seconds. That’s how long the EV rep reckoned it would take to get the Evolve 50 set up. Challenge accepted....

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MICROKORG: 15 YEARS STRONG

December 7, 2017 | 0 Comments

Review: Mark Davie For a while there, Korg ran out of ways to wrap the company name into its model names. The ’70s kicked off with the KORGUE organ, then the miniKORG, followed by the...

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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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