These classy modules bring the best of Mr Neve’s classic designs into the 21st century.
If you are looking for an authentic tube-amp guitar sound from a DI recording system, then maybe the Dark Blue's all-tube preamp and speaker simulation is just what you need.
In the last few years, Solid State Logic have been concentrating a lot of effort on the project studio market, and this new Alpha Channel makes their high-end console technology available in an affordable rackmounting channel strip.
A useful studio workhorse offering eight channels of mic pres plus ADAT I/O, that does just what it says on the tin.
Well, it looks and feels as solid as a brick, hence the name. But there's more to this tube-based preamp than the gimmick. Let's find out...
The ADR F760X-R Compex compressor/expander was a favourite dynamics processor during the 70s and 80s.
We check out Gem Audio's classy and charismatic interpretation of the recording channel strip.
The latest of many hardware emulations from Universal Audio reproduces a complete API channel strip in your DAW.
With 16 mic preamps and a built-in mixer, the M16 certainly delivers on quantity. Can it deliver on quality too?
We take our first look at the excellent new Portico range by Rupert Neve Designs - and they don't disappoint.
One of the world’s most highly regarded mic-preamp designs is now available to go.
There’s more to MC AudioLab’s new 500-series modules than their funky fuchsia facades...
With two thirds of a Radial channel strip available at this price, is there anything not to like?
Can you resist the sound of this Syren’s song?
These neat little modules offer far better performance than you’d expect at this price. Is there anything not to like?
Just when you thought you’d seen every possible permutation of the 1073 preamp, Neve offer up something a little different.
For this classy device, mic makers JZ enlisted the design work of outboard aficionados SPL. Is this a match made in heaven?
This innocent-looking combination of preamp and compressor holds a useful surprise up it’s sleeve...
There can’t be many preamps that offer this many channels for such a low price! But is it any good?
Can Chandler pack all of the EMI/Abbey Road sound for which they’re so famous into a single-module 500–series preamp?
With its parallel inputs, Thermionic Culture’s valve-based channel strip enables all sorts of creative recording options. And it sounds great, too!