This feature-packed channel strip pairs a vintage mic preamp design with a Pultec-style inductor EQ.
Does Neumann's first standalone mic preamp live up to their enviable reputation?
With added functionality and improved specs, this great preamp just got better.
This remote-controllable preamp boasts some unusual features aimed largely at the live-sound market.
Could this be the perfect partnership between vintage vibe and contemporary convenience?
Once in a while, a new preamp brings something genuinely worthwhile to the table...
I use a Focusrite ISA Two preamp with a Clarett 4 Thunderbolt interface, but I'm having trouble getting the two meters to match...
We all love vintage mixer EQs and preamps, but it takes a lot of work to rack them up for use in today's studios. Is it worth your time and expense?
Black Lion's designers set out to bring versatility and lower noise to a classic preamp without sacrificing character — have they succeeded?
With its ability to deliver anything from super-subtle saturation to downright despicable distortion, could this be the only valve preamp you'll ever need?
This ADAT-equipped preamp offers one-knob compression on every channel.
'Good enough' is rarely good enough for SPL, as this thoroughly over-engineered preamp testifies!
Find out how just how well this vintage recreation compares with the original that inspired it.
Behringer's rack-friendly versions of their V-Amp 2 and Bass V-Amp add extra connection flexibility and rugged 2U hardware.
A compressor and front end combining pedigree Drawmer performance with ease of use.
Legendary designer Rupert Neve brings us the third in the Amek Pure Path range, a dual preamp and dynamics processor with unusually flexible filtering and side-chain facilities.
Focusrite expand their affordable Platinum range with a channel strip, featuring an optical compressor and EQ that can be optimised for vocal or instrument usage.
Aphex have provided an elegant way to avoid the detrimental effects of long cable runs on delicate mic signals. Hugh Robjohns evaluates the Model 1788.
Dbx's new input channel combines tube processing with their renowned Type IV digital conversion.
Paul White looks at a new voice channel which packs a lot of features into a small space.
Drawmer's 1969 model, developed with US pro audio dealer Mercenary Audio, seeks to offer the facilities of their acclaimed 1960 valve-based processor, but with a more American sound.
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