Aimed at professionals, the Multi Z PIP combines premium DI box, mixer, and re-amping device in a single small unit.
These two new valve units offer unusually powerful processing for professional studio use.
Two classic designs — the 610 preamp and LA2A compressor — are combined for the first time in this attractive new reissue.
In the red corner, weighing in at 0.8kg, is the latest addition to the TFPro range of outboard — a dual mic preamp with integrated dynamics processing.
Focusrite hot up the competition by offering eight channels of Platinum-series preamplification, with optional digital conversion, at a surprisingly affordable price point.
Valve warmth or solid-state transparency? You decide with this flexible new hybrid preamp.
Mindprint cram mic and line channel strips, monitor control, and talkback into a single desktop unit.
Korg's new valve preamp and optical compressor is available not only as a stand-alone box, but also in a version which can be installed directly into either of their flagship digital multitrackers.
This range of valve processors offers a variety of character sounds for the more adventurous home recordist.
Buzz Audio have combined their top-flight preamplification and compression circuitry with a new equaliser design to create a versatile front-end for recording.
Despite its modern-looking packaging, this new unit offers a classic sound.
A pint-sized preamp with anything but a pint-sized sound, plus the bonus of presets!
This new front end offers a clean, warm sound and is surprisingly easy to use.
Mackie 'up the ante' once again by squeezing eight channels of their class-leading preamplification and A-D conversion into a 1U rack.
Despite its vintage design credentials, this new recording channel has some interesting new tricks up its sleeve.
The Joemeek product range has recently been completely overhauled, and one of the updated units is this new half-rack recording channel. Have the designers retained what made the original products successful?
This new mic preamp and equaliser unit uses 1960s EMI designs to recreate some of the classic sounds.
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