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    Zoom R24

    Recorder, Interface & Controller

    Zoom have launched a sibling for their R16, adding a further eight tracks and some neat loop-sampling and rhythm-track features.

    Reviews Jan 2011
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    Black Lion PM8

    Passive Summing Mixer

    Hugh Robjohns checks out another offering from Black Lion: the new passive summing mixer, PM8.

    Reviews Dec 2010
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    Neve Manufacturing Australia Custom Series 75

    Analogue Mixing Console

    Thought you'd seen the death of the large-format console? Think again, as you read our exclusive preview of this modern take on classic Neve designs.

    Reviews Dec 2010
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    Thermionic Culture Little Bustard

    Valve Summing Mixer

    Join us, as we take Thermionics new bird for a test flight...

    Reviews Nov 2010
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    Soundcraft Notepad 124FX

    Analogue Mixer

    Is there a place for small analogue mixers in the project studio these days? Actually, we think there is...

    Reviews Nov 2010
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    JamHub

    Personal Monitor System

    For low-volume rehearsals and jam sessions, most options to date have been quite limited, particularly for creating separate monitor mixes. The JamHub range aims to make the whole process that little bit easier and more immediate.

    Reviews Oct 2010
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    Allen & Heath ZED10 FX

    Mixer & Audio Interface

    Just how much does this compact mixer with a built-in audio interface and effects offer the home recordist?

    Reviews Sep 2010
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    Peavey PV6 & PV8 USB

    USB Mixers

    These little mixers could provide the ideal starting point for would-be computer musicians — and at this price, whats not to like?

    Reviews Jul 2010
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    Mackie Onyx 1640i

    Firewire Mixer

    With improved Firewire routing and Pro Tools compatibility, this new Onyx design offers much more than a few tweaks...

    Reviews May 2010
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    Tascam M164UF

    Mixer &16-channel Audio Interface

    USB and Firewire mixerfaces abound these days, but not all allow you to record multiple channels simultaneously to separate tracks in your DAW. Enter the M164UF...

    Reviews Mar 2010
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    Thermionic Culture Fat Bustard

    Summing Mixer

    Summing might not sound very rock & roll, but Thermionic Culture have added a little attitude of their own to this impressive and unique design.

    Reviews Jan 2010
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    Audient Zen

    Analogue Mixing Console With Fader Automation

    Audient's latest analogue console has turned the DAW-controller concept on its head, taking advantage of mainstream DAW software to provide fader automation and recall.

    Reviews Dec 2009
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    Mackie Onyx 820i

    Firewire Audio Mixer

    In many ways, the Onyx 820i is exactly what youd expect from a Firewire Mackie mixer, except for one thing: its Pro Tools compatible.

    Reviews Oct 2009
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    Zoom R16

    Digital Multitracker, Audio Interface & Controller

    Have computers made digital multitrackers obsolete? Zoom dont think so.

    Reviews Sep 2009
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    The Remix Business: Part 3

    Getting Technical

    As well as having all-round audio engineering ability, a remixer needs to be proficient in remix-specific processes. We explore the essential software and skills.

    Techniques Aug 2009
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    SSL X-Desk

    Analogue Mixing Console

    Technology from SSLs high-end mixing consoles has been filtering down to the project studio for some time, in the form of the X-Logic and X-Rack products, but the desks themselves have remained the preserve of commercial studios. Until now...

    Reviews Aug 2009
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    The Remix Business: Part 2

    Getting Creative

    We continue our insiders guide to remixing with some practical tips on the creative decisions that will underpin your remix.

    Techniques Jul 2009
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    The Remix Business: Part 1

    The World Of The Remixer

    Remixing is a modern phenomenon that has turned into a viable way for hi-tech musicians to make money from their skills. But how do you get heard, how do you land a job, and how much should you charge to do it? We get you started with the insiders guide.

    Techniques Jun 2009
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    Dangerous Music D-Box

    Summing & Monitoring System

    This neat new hybrid product appears to be defining its own market niche, but can it really be all things to all people?

    Reviews Mar 2009
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    Making The Most Of The Stereo Panorama

    Mix Processing Techniques

    Last month we explained how to get a sense of front-to-back depth in your mix. Now we examine the left-right axis, as we suggest ways to get the best from stereo mixing.

    Techniques Mar 2009
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    Mackie U420 & U420d

    Analogue Firewire Mixers

    These compact, lightweight mixers are designed with live DJ-style performance in mind, but with an audio interface on board, there's plenty of flexibility when it comes to recording too.

    Reviews Jan 2009

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