Luke Audio's new valve microphone provides three classic capsule options at a highly affordable price. Is it too good to miss, or too good to be true?
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Find out how just how well this vintage recreation compares with the original that inspired it.
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The ODR‑Mini is essentially a slightly tweaked version of Nobels' ODR‑1 overdive pedal (by all accounts extremely popular with Nashville musicians), with true bypass and a tightened low end, but squeezed into a mini‑format case.
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The PreSonus Atom offers hands-on control and tight integration with their Studio One DAW.
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