This updated entry-level pocket recorder doubles up as a USB audio interface for computers and iOS devices.
Can this next generation of location recorders improve on the highly capable range that went before?
Zoom were showing their new six-channel digital field recorder at AES 2019.
The Looperboard is Headrush's follow-up to the Pedalboard and Gigboard and is a floorboard performance looper incorporating effects and a USB interface.
Akai Pro have distilled the best of their technologies into a stand-alone clip- and scene-based performance and production workstation.
This 6HP module is specifically set up as a hi-fi, low‑noise, two‑channel (stereo) audio recorder with a basic playback facility.
Featuring four-track recording, overdubbing and mixing facilities, this handy recorder promises more than most...
The RodeCaster Pro is a one‑stop shop for creating high‑quality podcasts.
Offering both retro analogue simplicity and modern digital recording facilities, can this device be master of all trades?
A new all-in-one production device makes its debut.
The LiveTrak L‑12 ticked a lot of boxes for a lot of people. Could the L‑20 tick the rest?
Podcasting continues to be one of the fastest growing sectors in the media industry and Rode’s latest endeavour seeks to make professional podcast production easier than ever before.
The new 3.0 firmware update for the Sound Devices MixPre recorders adds some serious new features for recording musicians and location recordists.
With mic preamps, multitrack recording and mixing built in, EHX’s 95000 is much more than your average looper.
Zoom’s original F8 impressed us enormously — and now they’ve made it even better!
Well, this is a bit of a turn-up. Tascam have just announced a delightfully retro-looking new 24-track multitrack...
Compact, portable, capable of overdubbing, and packed with preamps — could this be the multitracker we’ve all been waiting for?
Inspiration strikes so you run to your computer, boot it up, load your DAW, click through...
iZotope’s Spire Studio breathes new life into a format that will be familiar to many home studio owners.
Housed in a very compact metal body, weighing just 75g, the solid-state LS‑P4 is built around the familiar Olympus ‘Tresmic’ three‑microphone array, in which the central omni mic is there specifically to extend the low‑end response.
DPA’s iOS-friendly interface and mic set is aimed squarely at broadcasters and interviewers who need the very best audio quality.
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