This compact console offers an enticing set of features for both live and studio use — and does so at a highly appealing price.
We talk guitar recording and more with Grammy-nominated engineer Michael Ilbert, based in Berlin's legendary Hansa Studios.
The stagebox/mixer format has become hugely popular of late. Does Behringer’s affordable take on the concept deliver the goods?
Greg Price has spent nearly 20 years at front of house for some of the biggest names in rock, and now his company believe they’ve perfected the art of live recordings.
Could Radial’s latest processor add a little vintage sum–thing to your mixes?
Can musicians be trusted to mix their own monitors? If the system they’re using is as intuitive as this one, the answer might be ‘yes’.
With their strong live–console pedigree, Allen & Heath are hoping to tackle the burgeoning iPad–controlled mixer market.
The market for mini mixers may be crowded, but Kinsman’s entry offers an excellent balance between affordability and ruggedness.
The digital mixer market shows no sign of slowing down. We round up some of the latest options from the biggest players.
Mackie’s mixers have earned a reputation for offering excellent value for money. We check out their most affordable range to date.
In this video, mix engineer Cenzo Townshend gives us a tour of his new studio and shows us the techniques behind his mix of ‘Marks To Prove It’.
Few small-format desks cram as many features into a portable package as this new model from Alto.
In the post-console world, some of us lack facilities we used to take for granted. These ‘Latency Killers’ aim to plug one of the gaps.
The market for tablet-controlled mixers is heating up. Has QSC’s new range got what it takes to fend off the competition?
Dynacord apply their typically thoughtful design to a compact desk, which could be just the ticket for small gigs and installations.
The XL-Desk is the first Solid State Logic mixer that can host hardware processors in the ubiquitous 500-series format.
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