With its ability to deliver anything from super-subtle saturation to downright despicable distortion, could this be the only valve preamp you'll ever need?
Find out how just how well this vintage recreation compares with the original that inspired it.
These neat little modules offer far better performance than you’d expect at this price. Is there anything not to like?
A compressor and front end combining pedigree Drawmer performance with ease of use.
Legendary designer Rupert Neve brings us the third in the Amek Pure Path range, a dual preamp and dynamics processor with unusually flexible filtering and side-chain facilities.
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.
Paul White tries out TLA's combination of front end and parametric equaliser.
It's a Focusrite, Jim, but not as we know it! Is it possible to deliver Focusrite quality at such an aggressively low price?
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