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ZOOM F8N LOCATION SOUND RECORDER

March 19, 2019 | 0 Comments

Zoom’s run of releasing tasty ‘n’-spec updates of its products doesn’t disappoint with its top field recorder. Review: Stephan Schütze I want to start this review by responding to some statements I have heard about...

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Review: Preshan John The Sennheiser HD 280 Pro is up there as one of the more common headphones in the modern recording room. They’re cheap, but have enough Sennheiser quality to make them fit for...

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Just when you think NI can’t possibly add more, Komplete 12 arrives with tonnes of useful sounds and a revamped Kontakt player. Review: Greg Walker Anyone who’s recently had their email or bank website ‘revamped...

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BX MASTERDESK & SUHR UAD PLUG-INS

February 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Review: Greg Walker BX-MASTERDESK Continuing a long association with software developer Brainworx, the BX-Masterdesk steps up the UAD platform’s digital mastering capabilities. Again eschewing any one classic design’s footprint, the Masterdesk combines useful features from...

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WD MY PASSPORT WIRELESS SSD

February 8, 2019 | 0 Comments

Review: Preshan John Last issue, Simmo used the Western Digital My Passport Wireless Pro in his transition from computer to iPad-based recording. This allowed him to wirelessly transfer audio and video between it and the...

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KORG ELECTRIBE WAVE IOS MUSIC PRODUCTION APP

February 7, 2019 | 0 Comments

Review: Preshan John iPad apps are incredible value for money. At just over $30, Korg’s Electribe Wave iOS app isn’t far short of a fully-fledged beat production tool. With 16 tracks on offer, it can...

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Review: Preshan John Hans Zimmer is the godfather of modern Hollywood film scoring. With a seemingly bottomless creative wellspring, Zimmer is renown for his emotive and dramatic scores that weave sound to sight with the...

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AUDIO-TECHNICA ATH-M60X ON-EAR HEADPHONES

February 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

The M60x packages up all the great bits of the M50x in a smaller broadcast-ready package. Review: Mark Davie There’s still a lot of debate about exactly how much the pinna of the ear contributes...

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SYNCHRO ARTS REVOICE PRO 4

February 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Vocal manipulation is as much about pragmatism as it is performance. Revoice Pro 4 delivers some tools to keep our vocals moving together in harmony, not just in hard tune. Review: Andrew Bencina When I...

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WALDORF QUANTUM SYNTHESIZER

February 5, 2019 | 0 Comments

Waldorf takes a leap forward with a hybrid beast that artfully combines the flexibility and progressiveness of software synths, with the control and character of hardware. Review: Jason Hearn In recent years, it appears hardware...

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