Rode's one-stop podcasting shop continues to evolve.
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...
Radial's newest problem-solver could prove indispensible to gigging keyboardists.
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?
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?
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.
Radial’s innovative Key Largo is designed to sit at the heart of your live keyboard rig.
This classy all-in-one stagebox-cum-mixer combines some of Harman’s most highly regarded technology — to great success!
So feature-laden is QSC’s newest TouchMix digital mixer that the question is no longer “Who would want one?” but “Who wouldn’t?”
The K-Mix squeezes a mixer, an audio interface and a MIDI controller into one very tactile box.
Bus-powered audio interfaces with some additional mixing and monitoring capabilities.
This compact console offers an enticing set of features for both live and studio use — and does so at a highly appealing price.
Computer recording technology is now very mature, but many people still prefer to work with traditional mixing desks. So why not get a desk that fully integrates with your computer? Here’s our pick of available options.
Yamaha have added USB interfacing to their established digital mixer. Is this enough to ensure it keeps pace with more recent competition?
Have computers made digital multitrackers obsolete? Zoom dont think so.
Designed to integrate with Cubase, and featuring new preamps and compressors, Yamaha's N-series digital mixers have been causing quite a stir. Could the N12 be the centrepiece of your project studio?
Is an all-in-one mixer, MIDI controller and audio interface the perfect solution for digital DJs and live laptop artists?
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