We check out this traditional JoeMeek compressor in pedal format, for use with guitars, basses and other instruments.
Joemeek's new dual recording channel provides an innovative current-sensing preamp, optical compression and three-band equalisation, as well as the option to fit an onboard stereo A-D converter.
The latest Joemeek processor to benefit from the company's Meequaliser technology is the new incarnation of the VC1. Paul White racks it up...
Paul White tests the latest incarnation of the Joemeek VC3, which now sports a three band equaliser in addition to its mic/line preamp and opto-compressor.
Paul White goes green with the latest JoeMeek recording channel.
JoeMeek combine the old and the new in their opto-electronic analogue compressor with 24-bit digital I/O and M&S signal path. Paul White tries it out.
Is it really possible to produce a worthwhile stereo compressor which sells at under £200? Paul White finds out.
While this outboard EQ provides little more than a decent desk EQ in the way of facilities, it does have that distinctive vintage JoeMeek sound at a price that won't break the bank.
Paul White tries his luck on the green and finds that where voice channels are concerned, this box is a whole in one.
Paul White checks out the first tube product in the JoeMeek range.
Paul White checks out JoeMeek's first standalone enhancer.
Paul White studio tests the new JoeMeek VC1 and finds that nostalgia is everything it used to be.
Paul White studio tests the JoeMeek Stereo Compressor to find out whether nostalgia really is what it used to be...
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