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BSS Minidrive

BSS introduced the DSP-based Omnidrive Loudspeaker Management System in 1994, and has since developed a comprehensive family of Omnidrive products, all

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Steinberg HALion 1.1

HALion is a professional, 32-bit streaming sampler that runs under any VST 2.0-compatible host application on either Mac or PC computers. HALion supports

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KRK V88 and S12

Having owned a pair of KRK V8s for several years, I wanted to evaluate the V88s (the company's newest self-powered monitors) and see how...

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Steinberg Nuendo

The timing for writing this article was perfect. I had just completed my upcoming CD/DVD, Atom: You're Not Alone, using Nuendo for the entire...

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Hafler M5

Most studio engineers are familiar with Hafler amplifiers, known for their low noise, rugged construction and affordability. Three years ago, Hafler expanded

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Lexicon 960L

The best thing about software-based effects systems is that they're, wellsoftware-based. By updating software via a new disk, data cart or the occasional

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Mackie MDR24/96

Disk-based digital multitracks keep becoming more affordable. No strangers to building low-cost/high-performance gear, Mackie now breaks the oxide ceiling

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Soundelux ELUX 251

Most people would rank the multipatterned Telefunken ELA M251E/250E as one of the three most sought-after tube condenser microphones, alongside the Neumann

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KS ADM 2

Speaker manufacturers have endeavored for decades to create a reference monitor that could reproduce complex, broadband audio without imposing a sonic

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Lexicon 480L

For more than a decade, the Lexicon 480L digital effects system has retained its status as a standard workhorse in the industry, and with...

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Studio Projects C1

PMI Audio, the USA distributors of JoeMeek and Trident-MTA gear, now offers a new family of studio mics. The line's rather unassuming Studio Projects

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Sony DRE-S777/PAC

There's something very different about this one. A first glance at the classic lines of the Sony DRE-S777's cherry wood veneer front panel which...

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SADE LIVE

With her Lover's Rock CD already RIAA-certified Platinum, Sade set out on her first U.S. tour in almost eight years. Mix caught the Shoreline...

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SADiE Artemis

Given the ever-expanding choice of editing platforms available, why choose a particular product? In SADiE's case, the answer could be depth. SADiE software,

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Groove Tubes Vipre

The Vipre is an all-tube, single-channel microphone preamplifier that precisely matches any microphone new or old with a choice of four different input-load

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Ina-GRM GRM Tools

The GRM Tools plug-in bundle was created by the Groupe de Recherches Musicales de l'Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (aka, Ina-GRM) in Paris. The bundle

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NHT PRO B-20

Formerly marketed under the Vergence brand, NHT Pro is back as the professional division of NHT. To take a twist on the milk slogan,...

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PRIMERA COMPOSER

Primera Technology offers the Composer Optical Disk Duplicator, an affordable solution for short-run CD-R duplication tasks. The Composer is available

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TC Helicon VoicePrism

Formed 18 months ago, TC Helicon was a joint venture between TC Electronic and IVL Technologies. By taking the technology that IVL developed a...

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TL Audio VTC

Razor-blade editing, 1-inch, 8-track tape decks and real echo chambers have already gone the way of the dodo bird, yet British tube specialist TL...

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Trident-MTA A Range

The story of the Trident A Range is an interesting one. Initially designed for London's Trident Studios by Malcolm Toft and Barry Porter in...

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Tascam SX-1

Two weeks ago, at AES Amsterdam, Tascam unveiled the SX-1, a single-box unit designed for pro and project studios, broadcast and film/video post-production.

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RODE NT1000 AND NTK

Anyone who lurks the newsgroups on the Internet knows that I'm highly opinionated when it comes to audio. And, in the years since I...

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iZ RADAR 24

Like it or not, we are fast approaching the time when linear tape-based machines will be a thing of the past. In 1992, RADAR...

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Sonic Foundry Sound Forge

Beyond cleaning up old vinyl recordings and forensic audio chores, Sonic Foundry's Sound Forge 2-track editing system (with its DirectX Noise Reduction

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Mark of the Unicorn 1296

I've worked with Mark of the Unicorn devices for quite a while now. Back in 1999, I reviewed MOTU's original and wildly successful 2408...

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HHB CDR830 BurnIt

Just five years ago, CD burners were too expensive for the smaller studio. But today, with the advent of computer-based CD-R drives, nearly everyone...

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Royer Labs SF-1

Two years ago, Royer shipped its first ribbon microphone the R-121 and the mic became an instant hit with studio pros. At the same...

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