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Livemix lets performers craft their own mix in as little or as much detail as possible. From just a bit more Me to delving into the onboard EQ, dynamics and effects via the full-colour touchscreen,...

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IZOTOPE OZONE 7 ADVANCED Mastering Software

July 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

Can iZotope’s all-in-one mastering software survive in this age of boutique software solutions and artisan plug-ins? Will takes a break from Game of Thrones binge-watching and journeys to the epicentre of software mastering. Review: William...

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ASTON HALO Reflection Filter

July 15, 2016 | 0 Comments

More than just a reflection of previous designs, Aston’s bold purple Halo adds a whole new angle to the reflection filter concept. Review: Preshan John Though some regard them as specialty items, it’s pretty obvious...

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EAW REDLINE SERIES POWERED SPEAKERS

May 17, 2016 | 0 Comments

EAW’s Redline series are more than just portable powered speakers, they’re chameleons that can change their stripes for any job. Review: Mark Woods The promise that a portable powered speaker can go anywhere and do...

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Allen & Heath’s dLive basically doubles everything the iLive did, for around the same price. Leaps and bounds, people! Review: Guy Harrison On paper, Allen & Heath’s new flagship digital console series, dLive, looks to...

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Audio-Technica makes the case for owning flexible options over a one-trick pony with its triple-threat of 99 Series video mics. Review: Preshan John Given the deluge of hot-shoe footed mics, there must be something very...

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Presonus has designed a control surface to perform the double duties of live console and DAW controller. We find out if the Studiolive CS18AI can be the linchpin of Presonus’s end-to-end utopia. Review: Mark Davie...

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Shure has torn apart its dynamic microphone concept to add in another diaphragm; and two is definitely better than one. Review: Mark Woods Whether it’s in ALL CAPS, longwinded technical jargon truncated into an acronym,...

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KORG MINILOGUE Polyphonic Analogue Synth

May 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

Korg’s Minilogue packs a lot of analogue punch in a small package. Even its miniature OLED display does more than you’d think. Review: Jason Hearn Picking up the Minilogue box, I was afraid it might...

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WAVES Nx VIRTUAL MIX ROOM PLUG-IN

April 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Review: Preshan John I remember when I first tried producing a song entirely on cans — the track was bangin’, everything felt big and wide, the vocals cut through like a knife. Then I chucked it on...

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