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    Hughes & Kettner Tube Rotosphere

    Leslie Speaker Simulator

    The quest for the perfect Leslie speaker simulator continues. Nick Magnus welcomes an all-analogue member to the rotary club...

    Reviews Nov 1997
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    JoeMeek VC6 Meekbox

    Compressor/Enhancer/Mic Preamp

    Paul White tries his luck on the green and finds that where voice channels are concerned, this box is a whole in one.

    Reviews Nov 1997
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    Hof Dynamic Master

    Compressor

    Paul White studio tests a compressor whose main claim to fame is that you can't hear it working. Is transparency merely an attribute of the Emperor's new clothes, or is this unit something rather special?

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    NTI Nightpro EQ3D

    Dual-channel Equaliser

    High-quality equalisers have the magical property of allowing you to tweak tonal content, while themselves remaining practically invisible to the ear. Hugh Robjohns checks out a contender from an American company new to the UK market.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    SPL Machine Head

    Digital Tape Saturation Emulator

    Tape saturation is the latest thing to get the physical modelling treatment. Can two high-powered DSPs, however, really achieve the same effect as a strip of rust being dragged over a magnet? Paul White investigates.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    Symetrix 606

    Dual-channel Delay

    With their new 606 delay, Symetrix have attempled to combine today's technology with the user interface of yesteryear. Paul White finds out how well they've succeeded.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    ART Effects Network

    Reverb/Delay Unit

    £300 is becoming a crowded price point for well-specified effects units, but Art nevertheless hope to stand out with their new Effects Network. Martin Walker decides whether it has what it takes to muscle in on the competition.

    Reviews Oct 1997
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    JoeMeek VC2

    Single-channel Valve Voice/Instrument Processor

    Paul White checks out the first tube product in the JoeMeek range.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    LA Audio EQX2

    Parametric EQ

    Does the world need another budget parametric equalizer? Paul White discovers that it never had that many in the first place.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    Zoom Studio 1201

    Multi-effects Processor

    Paul White finds that Zoom's entry-level, sub-£100 effects box has hidden depths.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    Alesis Wedge

    Reverb Processor

    Paul White checks over the Alesis Wedge and finds that, despite its simplicity, its not the thin end of the reverb.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    Digitech Studio Quad V2

    Multi-effects Unit

    Four inputs, four outputs, up to four simultaneous effects... Digitech have kept to the magic number for this upgrade of their user-friendly multi-effects processor, but is it a superior being? Hugh Robjohns finds out.

    Reviews Sep 1997
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    JoeMeek VC4

    Enhancer

    Paul White checks out JoeMeek's first standalone enhancer.

    Reviews Aug 1997
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    LA Audio Millennium MPX1

    Mic Processor

    Voice channels are gaining in popularity with the rise of digital, providing an easy way of recording high-quality signals without having to go through a mixer. Paul White rates the latest in the breed.

    Reviews Aug 1997
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    PreSonus Blue Max

    Smart Compressor

    Paul White finds out about compression by numbers.

    Reviews Aug 1997
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    TL Audio Crimson 3013

    Parametric Equaliser

    Paul White raises the tone of his studio by plugging in TL Audio's latest Crimson series parametric EQ.

    Reviews Aug 1997
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    Korg Pandora PX2

    Multi-effects Unit

    It's small, sleek and extremely covetable. David Mellor opens the box.

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Bellari RP562

    Stereo Tube Sonic Exciter

    Paul White tests one of the few-low cost tube enhancers on the market, from a new name in excitement.

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Focusrite Green 4 & Green 5

    Dual Compressor/Limiter & Channel Strip

    Focusrite's new Green processors are enough to make anyone envious, as Paul White discovered when he had to give them back!

    Reviews Jul 1997
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    Retrospec Squeeze Box

    Valve Compressor

    Paul White revs up his valves and zooms off to see the big Squeeze.

    Reviews Jun 1997
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    Drawmer MX30

    Dual Gated Compressor/Limiter

    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.

    Reviews Jun 1997

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