Andrew Eisele

Andrew Eisele

Andrew Eisele has worked as an audio engineer for studio and live sound for more than 16 years and has taught at Full Sail, SAE, and Dubspot. He is an Apple-certified trainer of Logic, has written several books on Reason, and was the host for the Music-Pro-Guides Training DVD series. When he’s not writing for B&H, you can find him operating the Tsunami Bass Sound System, an event production company based in New York City.

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If you are in the market for a pair of compact, desktop studio monitors, check out the JBL104-BT. Available in Black or White, the 104-BT utilizes a custom 60W Class-D amplifier to power the 4.5"...
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Studio monitors come in all shapes and sizes. From quad 15" behemoths to the tiniest 3" pico-sized, there are many factors that come into play when selecting monitors. Price is the obvious choice, but perhaps you have space constraints or fussy neighbors. Or maybe you are looking for a nice pair of “B” monitors to complement your mains. In this article, we’ll be looking at some pint-sized...
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1 month ago
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Here in the Pro Audio department at B&H, we're pleased to announce Novation’s latest round of USB MIDI controllers, the Launchpad Mini MK3 with 64 RGB pads, and the essential...
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2 months ago
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The B&H Audio Department is pleased to announce Novation’s latest USB MIDI controller, the Launchkey Mini MK3, with 25 high-quality mini keys, 16 velocity-sensitive RGB pads, eight rotary controls, pitch and mod touch strips, and a sustain input. The controller is Novation’s most...
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3 months ago
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The B&H Home Entertainment Department is excited to announce Shure’s latest lineup of SE-Series Sound Isolating Earphones. With both wireless Bluetooth and universal 3.5mm versions, there’s an option for every budget. Additionally, there are a few “Special Edition” versions with unique colors and upgraded sound. The SE215 Wireless...
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If you have been tasked with setting up a sound system for a small band that wishes to reach an audience of 300 to 500 people, there are various elements, both strategic and technological, to consider. Audio tech people have never had such a broad range of sound reinforcement equipment and techniques at their disposal. The choices of technology and products available can be overwhelming, so let’s...
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Neat Microphones is setting the industry abuzz with its unique style and innovative industrial design—but how are you supposed to determine which model best suits your needs? In this article, we break down the differences between these snazzy products, so you can understand the options clearly. This is an exciting new brand that's aimed at both professionals and consumers, and it was brought to...
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Headed back to school and looking for some portable inspiration to capture and produce your musical musings? Look no further as we explore what B&H has to offer. Whether you are looking to record to your computer and iOS devices, or you need an ultra-portable music production station, synthesizer or drum machine, check out this list of “must have” gear that won’t break the bank. Audio...
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3 months ago
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Regardless of your experience level or focus of expertise, B&H has many fun and inspiring audio tools to help boost your creativity. Space is at a premium in the bedroom or dorm, and most students will want to be mobile, so here’s a list of cool products that are small and easy on the wallet. Audio Interface One of the most important pieces of technology you will need is an audio interface,...
8 months ago
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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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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...
10 months ago
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Building upon the success of the legendary Taurus Bass sound engine and in the familiar Minitaur form-factor, Moog has announced its latest creation: Sirin, the Analog Messenger of Joy. The limited-edition instrument features an adjusted frequency range, capable of reaching notes...
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People have been controlling instruments long before there was even electricity. There were mechanical instruments from the 1800s, player pianos and orchestrions from the early 1900s, and the earliest synthesizers dated back to the first half of the 20th Century. By 1950, visionaries like Dr. Robert Moog and Don Buchla had created instruments that captured the hearts and minds of musicians and...
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Designed to give your vocals a professional polish with its integrated studio-quality analog compression, the HypeMiC from Apogee Electronics doesn't disappoint. If you've ever struggled to get your vocals to sit right in a dense mix, the HypeMiC just might be your Holy...
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The latest offering from Audient, Sono, is a dedicated 10-in/4-out USB Type-C audio interface designed for electric guitarists and bass players alike and combines award-winning analog recording technology with professional quality amplifier and speaker cab simulations. The compact, all-metal...
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