The latest preamp from Canadian company Sonic Farm is a classy and versatile affair, thanks to its wide range of tonal options.
On testing a vintage Telefunken preamp, Sonic Farm were so impressed they decided to recreate it — adding their own twist along the way...
This many-headed beast offers you the flavours of four classic ’60s London studio consoles.
These transformer–laden modules breathe new life into classic Neve and Avedis designs...
This preamp boasts huge bandwidth and input impedance. But are those features desirable?
This Nashville-built preamp offers a new take on a classic British console sound.
If you crave the vintage API sound but the budget is a little tight, this might be worth a look...
If you want the vintage Neve 1073 sound but the bank balance doesn’t allow it, this might be worth checking out...
Sporting both optical and variable–mu compressors and Pultec–inspired EQ, this German channel strip should make a great recording front end for the modern studio.
Can Chandler’s resurrection of one of the most revered preamps of all time help you get that classic Abbey Road sound?
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Less than a year after refreshing their eight-channel preamp design, Audient have released another. What makes this one different?
Grace have long been associated with sublime studio preamps — and now you can take that superlative sound with you on stage.
In this month's video interview we meet a living legend of the audio industry, Mr Rupert Neve himself. Over 25 minutes, we talk transformers, software modelling, and get the story of how he created the world's first high-Q equaliser.
Vintage RCA OP-6s go for silly money — if you can find them. Can this Retro recreation justify a similar price tag?
If you’re seeking a warm’ sonic character and effortless compression, this channel strip could be just the thing.
These classy modules bring the best of Mr Neve’s classic designs into the 21st century.
The ADR F760X-R Compex compressor/expander was a favourite dynamics processor during the 70s and 80s.
One of the world’s most highly regarded mic-preamp designs is now available to go.
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