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    TC ELECTRONIC G MAJOR

    TC Electronic G Major Guitar Effects Processor

    The effects engine of the feted G Force at half the price! What more could you want? TC Electronic's new G Major guitar multi-effects processor sets out to redefine the price/performance ratio.

    Reviews Dec 2001
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    JOEMEEK VC TWINQ

    Joemeek TwinQ Dual Recording Channel

    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.

    Reviews Dec 2001
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    Advanced Reverberation: Part 2

    Effective Treatments For Your Mixes

    Used correctly, reverb is of the most powerful tools of modern music production. This month, we explore the most effective treatments for some of the individual components of a mix.

    Techniques Nov 2001
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    TC-Helicon Voiceprism Plus

    Vocal Formant Pitch Processor

    TC-Helicon claim that their flagship vocal processor can make you sound like a totally different person. But how well does it work?

    Reviews Nov 2001
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    API 2500

    Bus Compressor

    Hugh Robjohns looks at a pedigree mix compressor with a number of rather unusual extra functions up its sleeve...

    Reviews Oct 2001
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    Advanced Reverberation: Part 1

    Simulating Real-world Spaces

    Paul White looks at how real reverberant spaces affect the perception of sounds within them, and shows you how your digital reverberation unit can simulate this process.

    Techniques Oct 2001
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    Eventide Eclipse

    Multi-effects Processor

    Eventide's new entry-level unit brings their high-end algorithms within reach of the serious home studio owner.

    Reviews Sep 2001
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    TL Audio Fat Man Fat 2

    Valve Preamp & Compressor

    TL Audio's successful Fat 1 stereo compressor now has a new sibling with its own built-in mic preamp. Paul White delivers the SOS verdict.

    Reviews Sep 2001
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    Empirical Labs EL7 FATSO Jr

    Processor

    The inherent non-linearities and distortions of analogue equipment are sometimes sorely missed in this digital age. Empirical Labs offer their new FATSO Jr as a solution.

    Reviews Sep 2001
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    Focusrite Platinum Penta

    Preset Stereo Compressor

    The new compressor in Focusrite's Platinum Range offers pre-programmed settings for ease of use, whilst still incorporating extensive manual parameter control. Paul White gets to grips with the Penta.

    Reviews Aug 2001
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    HALL OF FAME

    Lexicon MPX200 Dual-channel Effects Processor

    Paul White tests Lexicon's new multi-effects unit, which offers the classy sound quality of the MPX500 at an even more affordable price point.

    Reviews Aug 2001
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    AGE CONCERN

    Amtech Age Pro Guitar Echo Unit

    Paul White tests a specialised analogue delay unit, designed to emulate the unique warm sound and complex echo patterns of its vintage, tape-driven ancestors.

    Reviews Jul 2001
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    SHER DELIGHT

    Sherman Filterbank 2 Processor

    Four years on from its launch, Sherman have updated their innovative Filterbank analogue filter unit. Paul Nagle checks out all the weird and wonderful new features.

    Reviews Jul 2001
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    VINTAGE VALUES

    Trident MTA 'A'-range Dual Discrete Channel

    Continuing the trend for reinventing the classics, this reworking of the original Trident 'A'-range input module seeks to recreate the sound of the '70s. Hugh Robjohns steps back in time.

    Reviews Jul 2001
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    What Is An Equaliser?

    Theory & Applications

    EQ is a vital tool in modern music production, and an understanding of how each type of equaliser works is important if you are to choose the most effective one for each situation. Paul White and Mike Senior explain the basic principles of equalisation and the different practical implementations.

    Techniques Jul 2001
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    PACKING A PUNCH

    Drawmer DS501 Powergate Processor

    Paul White evaluates the DS501, which adds a new Peak Punch feature to Drawmer's classic side-chain filter gate design.

    Reviews Jun 2001
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    UNIVERSAL APPEAL

    Universal Audio 1176LN Limiting Amplifier

    More than 30 years after the original 1176 was introduced, it has been put back into production by the designer's sons. Hugh Robjohns investigates the latest and most authentic reproduction of this classic 1960s compressor.

    Reviews Jun 2001
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    Emu Planet Earth

    64-voice World Sound Module

    Emu's multi-coloured assault on the sound module market continues with the Planet Earth, which houses a brand new set of ethnic and world sounds. Confirmed tree-hugger and Emu preset basher Paul Farrer takes time out from boiling a mixed-lentil casserole to check it out...

    Reviews May 2001
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    Fred Speckeen Of TC-Helicon

    The Science Of Voice Modelling

    TC‑Helicon's revolutionary VoiceCraft card for their VoicePrism processor allows the user to radically reshape the whole character of a vocal sound, adding tonal and inflectional changes that go way beyond the capabilities of current voice processors. Paul White talks technology with designer Fred Speckeen.

    People Apr 2001
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    Antares AMM1

    Microphone Modeller

    Hugh Robjohns checks out the new hardware incarnation of Antares' award-winning microphone-modelling software.

    Reviews Apr 2001
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    Millennia STT1 Origin

    Recording Channel

    Hugh Robjohns twsts Millennia's flagship STT1 recording channel which offers elements of their entire product line all in one ultra-flexible box.

    Reviews Apr 2001

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