Shure offer a very neat lateral‑thinking solution to mounting stereo microphone arrays quickly and accurately.
Does it matter how you deliver power to your pedalboard?
This clever storage and expansion solution is intended as the perfect companion to a Mac Mini.
Tired of running back and forth between the control room and live room? Meet your new robotic assistant...
Clean‑gain ‘booster’ preamps are popular accessories for ribbon and moving‑coil dynamic mics — but what if that gain were deliberately made more characterful?
External storage becomes so fast and so small it might as well not be external at all!
TC Electronic’s AEON String Sustainer has been out for a few years now, but we recently got our hands on one for the first time...
sE’s latest mic booster offers much more than just a bit of extra gain...
I’ve got a 19‑inch rack setup which currently houses six units and I’m wondering if it’s time that I considered powering it in a better way?
Every engineer needs portable problem solvers, and this offering from Sonnect Audio could become a constant companion.
Session Recall is a boon for those who still mix out of the box using a plethora of non‑recallable analogue equipment.
3D‑printing has made it practical for designers to manufacture all manner of specialised microphone mounting brackets at relatively low cost.
There are plenty of cheap Bluetooth adapters on the market but most are aimed at the consumer sector, whereas these two models from Alto focus on the pro audio market.
It takes a hell of a lot of prep and expertise to create the perfect cabinet IR library...
I’m running my whole studio from one 13 amp socket. I should imagine the total load is no more than one kilowatt. Even at twice...
Can this open, portable device help you capture a professional vocal‑booth sound?
The Soundbrenner Core is a smartwatch made for musicians.
With their impressive sound quality and adjustable attenuation, these off‑the‑peg earplugs give even custom‑moulded designs a run for their money.
With software control, silent switching and a choice of input cards, this clever box is way more than a patchbay substitute.
I have an inexpensive ART P16 XLR patchbay that I’d like to reintroduce and I’m wondering whether this will degrade the quality when I’m tracking, mixing and mastering — it would potentially be the weakest link in my signal chain?
These RATIO tuners take the geared tuner concept further, in an attempt to solve an issue that most players probably don’t even recognise as being a problem...
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