Cartec EQP-1A

Sep 1, 2012, By Wes Maebe

Is there an engineer out there who doesn’t love the old Pultec EQs? I think it’s safe to say we all have a Pultec on our wish lists. The two factors that keep us from owning a few is that they are hard to come by, and if you do find one, it will cost you an arm and a leg. Despair no longer. Liam Carter at Cartec has set out to re-create the vintage Pultec magic—and he succeeded. ...

Grimm Audio CC1 Word Clock Sync Generator and Distributor Review

May 1, 2012, By Erik Zobler

Clocking is important in any audio setup, and for those taking the extra step toward uncompromising system operation, high-quality audiophile clocking is even more important. For this reason, it's no surprise that Grace Design, a company that sets the quality bar high, has brought Grimm Audio's products to the U.S....

Pollstar Award for 'Austin City Limits' | Moody Theater Wins Best New Venue Award for 2011

Apr 1, 2012

The Moody Theater, where Austin City Limits relocated almost a year ago, has won Pollstar’s award for Best New Venue 2012. Working with BOKA Powell Architecture, veteran acoustician Steven Durr designed the house and studio facilities with the experience of the audience and performers in mind....

Allen & Heath GS-R24M Studio Recording Mixer Review

Mar 1, 2012, By Steve La Cerra

The GS-R24M from Allen & Heath exemplifies the concept of a “hybrid” console, merging analog and digital mixing capabilities with onboard A/D and D/A....

Roland R-26, Tascam DR-40, and Nagra SD Portable Handheld Recorders Review

Mar 1, 2012, By Brandon T. Hickey

I recently had the opportunity to engineer some interesting field recordings. The first was at the Arizona Railway Museum recording train sounds to be used for a new toy train from Lionel. The other was to record sounds for a stop-motion short for director Trevvor Riley in various large, abandoned spaces. ...

Lisson Grove R-124 Compressor Review

Mar 1, 2012, By Barry Rudolph

The Lisson Grove R-124 single-channel, variable-mu compressor is an homage to the EMI/Abbey Road RS124, which itself started out life as the U.S.-made Altec 436B compressor originally released in 1958 for telephone and broadcast use. ...

Mojave MA-300 Tube Microphone Review

Mar 1, 2012, By Kevin Becka

The sixth model in a growing line of microphones, Mojave Audio’s MA-300 comes from the mind of David Royer, a stickler for details. Just after Mojave released its first product, Royer told me about the difficulties of producing a mic long-distance (the units are built in China) and said that although he would painstakingly map out production details, he later found some elements had been changed, even in a small way. ...

Robair Report | Reverse Engineering

Mar 1, 2012, By Gino Robair

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to hear sounds through someone else’s ears? When I introduce mic technology to my recording classes, I point out that the majority of the microphones we use in the studio are not designed to capture sounds with 100 percent accuracy....

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