Can Cranborne convert you to the 500 series?
Now boasting Mackie's highly regarded Onyx preamps, the newest mixers in the ProFX range offer much to tempt musicians on a budget.
This most hybrid of devices does far more than just put A‑D/D‑A conversion into a 500-series chassis. In fact, it could even make you reconsider how you use your studio...
iZotope's AI-based plug-in suite grows ever more intelligent with the addition of an automated mix-balancing tool.
Tiptop are back again with one of those unglamorous modules you're going to end up using in every patch, a 10HP utility...
By changing their manufacturing approach, Trident aim to offer their big-console sound and facilities at a much lower price.
Technology has moved on in the 10 years since the original D Box was released — but the concept seems stronger than ever.
Radial's newest problem-solver could prove indispensible to gigging keyboardists.
The RodeCaster Pro is a one‑stop shop for creating high‑quality podcasts.
It may be the smallest mixer they've ever made, but the SiX shares more than just heritage with SSL's legendary large-format consoles.
Offering both retro analogue simplicity and modern digital recording facilities, can this device be master of all trades?
The LiveTrak L‑12 ticked a lot of boxes for a lot of people. Could the L‑20 tick the rest?
This compact yet powerful console puts Allen & Heath's touring-grade processing into a much more affordable package.
One year and a major firmware update later, we take a second look at QSC’s flagship digital console.
A mixer, a USB 2 interface, and valve coloration all for less than the price of many preamps — is it too good to be true?
This major update to PreSonus’ popular multi-purpose mixers endows them with a host of new features — including, for the first time, motorised faders!
Boasting two mic preamps, USB interfacing and Lexicon effects, this keenly priced mixer holds lots of promises. Does it deliver?
Zoom reimagine the stand-alone multitracker for the DAW generation.
In the S21, DiGiCo have made their world-class digital mixing technology more accessible than ever before. We spent some time with it, both at DiGiCo HQ and at a real live event.
ART’s MX622 is a 1U rackmount mixer equipped with three balanced XLR microphone/line-level inputs, plus three stereo line inputs on RCA phono sockets.
Miktek’s MX4 mini-mixer includes its own phantom power source, which is a big step up from typical budget mini-mixers...