Not only do these preamps boast superb performance, they can also host one of the growing range of DIYRE Colour modules.
Although derived from their stompbox of the same name, JHS Pedals’ debut 500-series module isn’t just for guitarists!
We cast our eyes and ears over Mr Neve’s elegant contributions to the 500-series format.
How did the 500-series’ first discrete, transformer-balanced full channel strip fare in our tests?
LaChapell Audio’s experience with tubes has enabled the company to develop its proprietary TrueTube technology...
Intended as a means of adding ‘analogue mojo’, this device has been designed to integrate seamlessly into a DAW-based workflow.
The D4 is a single-channel mic preamp based on a design created by EMI’s in-house Recording Engineering Development Department, as part of the development of the REDD.51 tube console.
Based on an obscure 1950s valve preamp, the DA2 offers a lot of character for a relatively low outlay.
The world’s most famous console preamp and EQ continues to evolve to meet the needs of the modern studio.
Find out how Warm Audio’s API-inspired preamp compares with the real thing.
API put the sound of their classic consoles right at your feet!
Sonic Farm’s latest creation is a processor and amplifier designed to cater for every possible bass guitar recording scenario.
These modules can be mixed and matched to create a versatile, high-quality, Neve-esque channel strip for an impressive price.
Boasting an array of unusual and impressive features, this British high-quality channel strip really stands out from the crowd.
Serbian company Sonic Dune have augmented the classic Neve 1073 design to offer the user both practical and tonal options.
With the RPQ2, AEA have improved on what was already an excellent ribbon-mic preamp.
What’s new in Focusrite’s updated multi-channel mic preamp?
Tech 21 have turned their focus to recreating, in pedal format, that part of a vintage console’s signal path that was often pressed into service for the direct recording of both guitars and basses back in the day.
Could this transformer- and valve-laden preamp bring some analogue magic to your recordings?
Designed to get the best from passive ribbon and moving-coil mics, this preamp offers 80dB of gain and switchable input impedance.
With eight new Air preamps and two-way ADAT connectivity, could this be the best way to expand your audio interface?