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It’s a hot market for hot-shoe mounted microphones and Audio-Technica has miniaturised its System 10 wireless series to fit the mould. Review: Preshan John Ah, the DSLR, our least favourite of audio-capable contraption. So good...

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September 10, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s not ‘one number’ better than the NTG3, but with onboard filters, internal battery and a built-in pad, the NTG4+ has plenty going for it. Review: Ben Osmo Location sound for film and TV is...

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April 15, 2015 | 0 Comments

With added pitch and timing correction, Revoice Pro 3 is the match for any voice outside of a Tibetan monastery. Review: Brent Heber Back in the day, VocAlign was bundled by Digidesign in its DV...

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February 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

The detail of the new M Series flagship won’t spare your feelings but may save your mix. Review: Christopher Holder It’s easy to see why Audio-Technica’s M50s have been so popular. They manage to strike...

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JBL 3 SERIES Monitors & Sub

August 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

JBL’s entry level 3 Series monitors have ridden the flagship M2 monitor’s waveguide right into the sweet spot. Review: Mark Davie JBL’s development of its M2 Master Reference Monitor became like an in-house space program....

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March 30, 2006 | 0 Comments

Hardware control of Pyramix has always been left to third parties, but Merging is now making its own knobs, buttons, and faders. Text: Terry Nelson Merging Technologies of Switzerland has become a force to be...

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February 9, 2006 | 0 Comments

Jerry Ibbotson asks a lot of portable recorders, and the new Marantz solid-state recorder delivered. Text: Jerry Ibbotson  Instructions are wonderful things. These days most gadgets come with a manual the size of a telephone...

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Rode NTG-1, NTG-2 & VideoMic

December 5, 2005 | 0 Comments

Sound recordist extraordinaire Paul Brincat puts the new Rode shotgun microphones into ‘action’ like few others can. It’s not every day a new range of shotgun mics hit the market. As a location sound recordist...

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DPA Windpac

September 8, 2005 | 0 Comments

Greg Simmons hires a driver and sticks his head through the sunroof to capture nothing but the wind itself. Mention the word ‘windshield’ to any location recordist and you’ll conjure up images of Rycote’s zeppelin-shaped...

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