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DPA’s iOS-friendly interface and mic set is aimed squarely at broadcasters and interviewers who need the very best audio quality.
This compact console offers an enticing set of features for both live and studio use — and does so at a highly appealing price.
As the name suggests, Miktek’s Procast SST is aimed at those using desktop systems to put together podcasts but, it also has wider appeal.
Newcomers Cymatic look set to revolutionise the world of live recording and playback with this remarkably affordable new device.
Zoom have launched a sibling for their R16, adding a further eight tracks and some neat loop-sampling and rhythm-track features.
Hardly a month goes by that a new handheld stereo recorder doesn't turn up at SOS Towers, but the Rekord M has to be the...
Line 6 BackTrack is a single-channel, Flash-memory audio recorder that’s tailored to the needs of guitar players and songwriters. Designed to sit in-line with your guitar (it has an instrument input impedance), it records everything you play as soon as audio is detected. Check out our test report...
Newer technologies may be available, but the CD is still alive and kicking... and this unique stand-alone recorder is arguably the pinnacle of CD technology.
Have Roland finally outgunned Akai's renowned MPC series in the battle for the hip-hop market?
This simple digital eight-track might appear a bit feature-light, but it could have hidden appeal for DAW users wanting a flexible multitrack audio capture machine.
After more than five years, Yamaha's AW range boasts a new flagship, offering 24 tracks, a sweeter-sounding automated mixer, four multi-effects processors, and convenient USB file transfer. We find out if it has been worth the wait...