Could this be the ultimate analogue 'vibe box'?
Drawmer's affordable EQ brings a '70s vibe to your studio.
It’s not easy to create an analogue multi–band compressor that competes on quality and price, but Drawmer show us it can be done.
This intriguing new unit from Drawmer lets you split a stereo signal into three bands and then process each band with a different piece of outboard.
This new 1U rack from Drawmer offers their best-sounding compression yet.
A compressor and front end combining pedigree Drawmer performance with ease of use.
We test this two-channel analogue dynamic noise filter, expander and HF enhancer.
Paul White evaluates the DS501, which adds a new Peak Punch feature to Drawmer's classic side-chain filter gate design.
Drawmer's 1969 model, developed with US pro audio dealer Mercenary Audio, seeks to offer the facilities of their acclaimed 1960 valve-based processor, but with a more American sound.
Drawmer are the latest hi-tech analogue equipment manufacturers to enter the digital world of all-in-one mastering solutions. Paul White finds out how well they've pulled it off.
Paul White bypasses his mixer and goes directly to tape with Drawmer's new mic/line/instrument input channel.
Paul White forgets his Ps and Qs to concentrate on his Ss and Ts while trying out Drawmer's new MX-series de-esser.
Paul White examines one of Drawmer's MX budget range of units to see whether corners have been cut, and discovers that some corners have actually been added!
The first in Drawmer's new budget range of processors aims to give you high-quality gain reduction at a compressed price. Paul White comes to the conclusion that they've got the balance right.
Drawmer's new dual-channel tube equaliser combines traditional parametric EQ with Drawmer's own high and low-pass filters to create a highly flexible, classic-sounding EQ. Paul White takes it into the studio.
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