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Jake Estes talks to Ryan Burke, from RØDE, about this company’s latest Wireless GO compact microphone system. The Wireless GO is a super light, incredibly small wireless lav mic system that delivers a simple wireless miking for video creators, along with optional support for external audio...
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Whether you record demo tracks on the road, produce podcasts at home, or collaborate with other artists in random locations, having a travel-friendly audio interface is key to staying versatile in your work. An ideal interface would be small enough to fit in a backpack, laptop bag, or satchel while supporting multiple types of I/O and USB powering. Seriously, the last thing you need is to have...
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Have you ever found yourself underwhelmed with the live sound at a Broadway show? Think of the vocals specifically: often they can sound thin, washed out, unfocused. Is it the singer? No—it’s the equipment used in miking the singer—but soon this issue might be a thing of the past, thanks to Shure. That’s right—Shure, a Titan among microphone manufacturers, is releasing a whole new line of...
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When my manager asked me to write a piece about pro audio mixing on a tablet, my curiosity was piqued. My past experiences in tablet-based music production have been exercises in lateral thinking, calling for me to adapt to tablet-specific DAW software, and forgo the use of my favorite professional plug-ins. However, as he told me more about the assignment, it became apparent that I wouldn't be...
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The phrase “Golden Age” is thrown around a great deal these days—about podcasting, about TV dramas, about studio gear, and about guitar pedals. Indeed, we live in an aureate epoch of stompboxes, and many of them are exceedingly wallet friendly. There’s a good chance you have a guitar player in your life, be they a spouse, sibling, parent, or child. As such, we thought we’d make a list of some...
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Novation has released firmware updates for several of its key products, and we’d like to tell you about it. First, the company issued a firmware update for its Peak polyphonic synthesizer. You’ll find 43 new wave tables, two more freely assignable modulators, a new Mod Matrix design that...
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When I first started engineering and producing music, I was, strictly speaking, a complete and utter mess. I would often lose project files, samples, preset libraries—I couldn’t keep track of anything. Sometimes I’d find what I was looking for by sheer luck, other times it would be gone forever. After several frustrating years of data loss, I decided to get serious about organizing all my music...
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The latest offering from Sound Devices, Scorpio, is the next-generation flagship portable mixer-recorder designed for state-of-the-art production sound. With 16 mic/line preamplifiers, 32 channels of Dante in and out, AES in and out, 12 analog outputs and...
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RØDE is making wireless audio a hassle-free enterprise with the Wireless GO, a tiny, one-stop digital solution for recording and transmitting audio to cameras. This wireless solution will surely appeal to novices and pros alike, as both look for simplicity in the field. The TX is...
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In this video, AB reviews the Shure MV88+, a small but powerful stereo microphone that enables you to record high-quality audio with your smartphone. Bundled in a kit with a Manfrotto PIXI...
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Few brands in the pro audio world are synonymous with an entire sound. Solid State Logic—better known as SSL—is one such brand. This company’s gear has been emulated in the software and hardware planes by scores of manufacturers; original SSL consoles are prized heartily for their clarity, punch, and sonic glue....
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For in-the-know musicians, engineers, and producers, going Windows for your production setup is the best-kept secret in town for two big reasons: price and power. But, with great power comes great responsibility. Often, people go out and buy Windows machines that are well within their DAW’s system requirements, only to come home and find that they’re experiencing lackluster performance. The...
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Looking for a versatile and flexible mixing system for live and studio that’s equally at home in houses of worship, broadcast facilities, live venues, touring rigs, and recording studios? Check out the new PreSonus StudioLive Series III S 64- and 32-channel digital mixers with AVB networking and FLEX DSP engine, available in four models with 128-channel (64-x64) USB recording, touch-sensitive...
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Audio-Technica has long been well known as a maker of fine headphones and microphones. It stands to reason that the company would combine its expertise in those two areas to create broadcast headsets that are well suited for news, sports, and theater production. While the...
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The B&H SuperStore is not well known as a retailer of musical instruments. It’s true that our audio department has offered synthesizers, keyboards, controllers, and digital pianos for a long time, but we’re probably not the first place you think of when you’re thinking about guitars,...
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