Now boasting Mackie's highly regarded Onyx preamps, the newest mixers in the ProFX range offer much to tempt musicians on a budget.
Can Cranborne convert you to the 500 series?
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.
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.
The RodeCaster Pro is a one‑stop shop for creating high‑quality podcasts.
Offering both retro analogue simplicity and modern digital recording facilities, can this device be master of all trades?
This compact yet powerful console puts Allen & Heath's touring-grade processing into a much more affordable package.
The LiveTrak L‑12 ticked a lot of boxes for a lot of people. Could the L‑20 tick the rest?
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?
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.
Zoom reimagine the stand-alone multitracker for the DAW generation.
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...