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    Yamaha MW & MG Series

    USB Mixers

    These modestly priced small mixers from Yamaha offer plenty of functionality and a good clean signal path.

    Reviews Nov 2007
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    Allen & Heath ZED14

    USB Audio Mixer

    We find out if the most competitively priced Allen & Heath mixer yet lives up to its heritage.

    Reviews Oct 2007
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    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Joe Chiccarelli

    The White Stripes

    When they hired Joe Chiccarelli to record their latest album, the White Stripes set him a stiff challenge: to create a modern, punchy, heavily edited sound, without leaning on modern digital tools.

    Techniques Oct 2007
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    Phonic Helix Board 12 MkII

    Firewire Mixer

    Phonic's well-established Helix range has made the jump to Firewire: we look at the 12-channel version, which is capable of sending 10 channels of audio at 24-bit/96kHz to your DAW.

    Reviews Sep 2007
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    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Mark Endert


    Producer and engineer Mark Endert not only mixed the lead single from Maroon 5s second album: he also co-produced it and programmed many of the parts.

    Techniques Sep 2007
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    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Tom Elmhirst

    Amy Winehouse: 'Rehab'

    For her second album, Back To Black, Amy Winehouse and producer Mark Ronson crafted a heavily retro sound. Mix engineer Tom Elmhirst describes how he massaged their '60s soul vibe to create a radio-friendly hit in 'Rehab'.

    Techniques Aug 2007
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    Edirol M16DX

    USB Digital Mixer

    This new USB-equipped mixer has a control surface and a separate I/O unit, but are two boxes better than one?

    Reviews Jul 2007
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    Secrets Of The Mix Engineers: Chris Lord-Alge

    My Chemical Romance 'Welcome To The Black Parade'

    With its 150-plus tracks encompassing everything from a marching band to a children's choir, it took a special talent to craft a hard-hitting, radio-friendly mix from My Chemical Romance's 'Welcome To The Black Parade'. Enter Chris Lord-Alge...

    Techniques May 2007
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    Mackie 1642 VLZ3

    16-channel Analogue Mixer

    Mackie's VLZ Pro mixers gained a reputation for punching above their weight. Could this next generation do even better?

    Reviews May 2007
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    Speck X Sum

    Analogue Summing Mixer

    Boasting 16 channels, a transparent sound and bags of headroom, there's more to this innocent-looking creature than meets the eye.

    Reviews Apr 2007
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    TF Pro M16

    16-channel Mic Preamp

    With 16 mic preamps and a built-in mixer, the M16 certainly delivers on quantity. Can it deliver on quality too?

    Reviews Apr 2007
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    Q. Are balanced connections essential?

    I recently bought an old Trident VFM mixing desk, but I was disappointed to discover that it only offers unbalanced line...

    Sound Advice Mar 2007
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    M-Audio NRV10

    Analogue Mixer & Firewire Audio Interface

    This neat little unit offers great flexibility for both studio and stage work.

    Reviews Mar 2007
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    TL Audio M1 Tubetracker

    Mixing Console

    Worried that your digital recordings sound a bit sterile? Maybe the Tubetracker can warm things up a bit...

    Reviews Jan 2007
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