Is an all-in-one mixer, MIDI controller and audio interface the perfect solution for digital DJs and live laptop artists?
Tascam's new 48-channel digital console is an imposing sight, full of features and attractively priced. We get to grips with it...
With a versatile range of features and exceptional sound quality, AMS Neve's latest piece of outboard technology manages to be more than the sum of its parts.
We check out this suprisingly versatile member of Mackie's affordable Tapco family.
A compact analogue mixer that also acts as a stereo USB audio interface.
This compact desk benefits from built-in effects, sturdy construction and low noise. Does it measure up to the Mackie name?
The Xenyx range of analogue mixers offers improved sound quality and USB interfacing with computers, plus the extremely competitive pricing we've come to expect from Behringer.
A robust and unusually flexible mixer with lots of stereo inputs.
This traditionally-designed mixer/amp packs quite a punch, with 1400W of power under the hood, and also boasts very sturdy construction and built-in digital effects.
It may look like just another mixer, but this new entry-level model from Alesis also packs in a hefty 18-input, stereo-output Firewire audio interface. Too good to be true?
Can analogue summing really make a difference to the sound of digital mixes? We test out a new unit which offers this controversial facility.
Straightforward facilities, built-in effects processing, and an affordable price make this analogue mixer a good choice for entry-level studio and live setups.
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