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    Little Labs Multi Z PIP

    Instrument Preamp / DI / Re-amp

    Aimed at professionals, the Multi Z PIP combines premium DI box, mixer, and re-amping device in a single small unit.

    Reviews Dec 2005
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    Mutec iClock

    Master Digital Clock

    This new master clock generator from Mutec can transmit a bewildering array of clock signals at many different rates simultaneously. Does your studio need one?

    Reviews Oct 2005
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    Enhanced Audio M600

    Universal Microphone Mount

    A range of impressive sonic claims are made for this unusual clamp design, but the physics behind it remains unclear (to me, at least).

    Reviews Sep 2005
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    BSP Cubase Keyboard

    QWERTY Keyboard

    We test another customised keyboard aimed at Cubase users.

    Reviews Aug 2005
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    ART Cleanbox II

    Hum Eliminator

    ART Cleanbox II Hum Eliminator • Book Review: The Guide To MIDI Orchestration.

    Reviews Aug 2005
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    ART Head Amp

    Headphone Amplifier

    The ART Head Amp provides simple headphone monitoring for several performers. It's built into a small folded-steel...

    Reviews Jun 2005
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    Sensorcom Soundcheck

    Sound Level Indicator

    Tinnitus and other permanent hearing damage are apparently reaching near-epidemic levels. To help warn people when their hearing is at risk, the hearing-protection specialists Sensorcom have produced the Soundcheck key fob.

    Reviews Jun 2005
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    Neutrik 48 Jack patch bay.

    Q. What's wrong with my patchbay?

    I have a Neutrik quarter-inch jack patchbay that I'm having problems with. The unit is only a few months old but already I...

    Sound Advice Jun 2005
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    Q. What kind of ear plugs should I wear at gigs?

    I've been coming home from gigs recently with my ears ringing and I'm worried about damaging my hearing. What kind of (preferably unobtrusive) ear protection should I be looking at?

    Sound Advice Jun 2005
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    Roland VC1 V-Card

    D50 RAM Card For Roland V-Synth & VariOS

    Roland's innovative V-Synth can now be reprogrammed with a RAM card, effectively turning it into another instrument. The VC1 card turns the clock back to 1987, perfectly recreating the S&S tones of the Roland D50.

    Reviews May 2005
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    Q. Can I run US gear off UK mains supply?

    I've recently bought a couple of bits of recording gear from the US via eBay (I'm in the UK) and wondered if I have to run them off a transformer (240V to 110V) or whether they can run off 240V?

    Sound Advice Mar 2005
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    Phonic PAA2

    Audio Analyser

    Phonic's new audio analyser is certainly portable, but how well does it work?

    Reviews Feb 2005
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    Noren Acoustilock gCab

    Soundproof Computer Cabinet

    Computer noise can be a major problem in the computer-based studio, especially where instruments or vocals have to be recorded in the same room. This soundproof cabinet with in-built cooling system is designed to tackle such noise.

    Reviews Jan 2005
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    Tabor Audio The Box 2

    Stereo Sound-stage Meter

    This unusual unit provides an exceptionally revealing means of metering stereo signals.

    Reviews Jan 2005
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