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    Focusrite Liquid Channel (preview)

    Convolving Voice Channel

    DSP convolving techniques now allow us to 'sample' the sound of real reverberant spaces, and even other digital reverbs. But why stop at reverb? Focusrite's Liquid Channel can be used to reproduce the effect of classic compressors and even mic preamps...

    Reviews Dec 2003
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    Focusrite Platinum Twin Trak Pro

    Dual Recording Channel

    This addition to the Platinum range offers a variety of useful tools for the computer-based home studio owner.

    Reviews Oct 2003
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    Q & A

    Your Questions Answered

    What advantages are there to variable input impedance? • How can I extract loops from audio sample CDs? • Can I use the True Tape option in Cubase to prevent clipping? • Should I use S/PDIF or AES for long cable runs? • Can you have too much low-frequency absorption? • What's the best way to use the multiple filters on my soft synth?

    Sound Advice Jun 2003
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    Focusrite ISA428

    Four-channel Mic Preamp

    Focusrite's new preamp offers variable input impedance and an optional multi-channel A-D converter board.

    Reviews May 2003
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    Focusrite Platinum Voicemaster Pro

    Recording Channel

    The Platinum Voicemaster Pro updates the original Voicemaster concept, adding new features as well as design improvements.

    Reviews Jan 2003
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