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.
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...
I’m using a Yamaha EMX 5000-20 for live sound and I seem to be unable to get the foldback working for some sources, even though it works for others. Am I missing something obvious?
I’ve read that pro gear should use balanced connections, but I’ve been looking for a mixer recently and find that most have unbalanced insert points. My interface uses balanced I/O, as does most of my outboard gear. What gives?
We talk guitar recording and more with Grammy-nominated engineer Michael Ilbert, based in Berlin's legendary Hansa Studios.
This compact console offers an enticing set of features for both live and studio use — and does so at a highly appealing price.
A robust and unusually flexible mixer with lots of stereo inputs.
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.
Where does a young mix engineer learn the techniques to deliver hit rock mixes? In Dan Lancaster’s case, right here!
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.
This compact desk benefits from built-in effects, sturdy construction and low noise. Does it measure up to the Mackie name?
Working on Muse’s hit album Drones gave Tommaso Colliva and Rich Costey unique insight into the extraordinary methods of hitmaking producer ‘Mutt’ Lange.
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’.
We check out this suprisingly versatile member of Mackie's affordable Tapco family.
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.
Tascam's new 48-channel digital console is an imposing sight, full of features and attractively priced. We get to grips with it...
With their strong live–console pedigree, Allen & Heath are hoping to tackle the burgeoning iPad–controlled mixer market.