David Crosby’s latest album has gained much praise for its sonics. The man who tracked and mixed it offers SOS readers the inside story — with audio examples.
We built and then test-drove the world’s first commercially available fully modular console. Here’s what we thought...
Mackie’s new ProDX range makes phone- and tablet-controlled mixing more accessible than ever.
Audient’s flagship mixer is treated to a Heritage Edition makeover and several useful new features.
This handy little mixer exhibits all the qualities you’d expect from Allen & Heath, in a highly affordable and portable format.
For some gigs, less is more — and that’s where this simple, affordable and portable all-in-one PA system comes in!
The K-Mix squeezes a mixer, an audio interface and a MIDI controller into one very tactile box.
With its built-in Overloud guitar and bass processing, could this iPad-controlled mixer do away with the need for backline altogether?
This new version of Dangerous Music’s popular summing amp incorporates both technical and practical improvements.
Venerable British company Soundcraft have delved into their past to create this analogue mixer with a USB–flavoured twist...
The best engineers thrive on pressure. Which is handy when they’re recording the farewell tour of one of the world’s biggest rock bands, and timecode trouble is brewing...
Does this modern take on a celebrated console stay true to the original’s heritage?
Bus-powered audio interfaces with some additional mixing and monitoring capabilities.
If anyone knows about digital consoles, it’s Yamaha — and their latest range of mixers doesn’t disappoint.
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