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Here at B&H, we are excited to be stocking products from Aston Microphones, a new UK-based manufacturer. Offering two mics, the Origin and the...

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Join Justin Colletti, from our Pro Audio partners, Sonic Scoop, as he sits down to talk shop with recording engineer Chris Zane at Gigantic Studios, in Manhattan. Known for his work with a variety of artists ranging from Passion Pit to Nelly Furtado, Miniature Tigers, Friendly Fires, and many more, Part 1 of this three-part video examines some of Zane’s recording philosophies, as well as his...
4 days ago
Designed for connecting guitars to amplifiers or any other application where a 1/4" instrument or unbalanced line-level connection is required, Kopul Premium Performance...

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Sit down with Justin Colletti, from B&H’s partner, Sonic Scoop, and learn the ins and outs of one of the most widely used techniques in mixing audio: parallel compression. If you’ve ever wondered how the pros get their drums, bass, or vocals to pop out, parallel compression might be just the trick. Colletti discusses just what parallel compression is, how to go about setting it up in the box...
by Staff Writers
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The 2016 Winter NAMM (National Association of Music Merchants) has come and gone and there’s a ton of new products from pro audio, consumer audio, and instrument manufacturers slated for release. We’ve covered most of the “talk of the town” leading up to and during the event. In this roundup, we’ve culled some great products that may not have shown up on your radar. Warm Audio: An LA-2A for the...

2 weeks ago
Join Enrique Martinez as he composes a dance track—on the spot—using the Novation Launchpad Pro with Ableton Live. Though it’s been designed specifically for Ableton Live, the Launchpad will work equally as well with any DAW or hardware MIDI...
3 weeks ago
In the pro audio world, Shure is a name that needs no introduction, especially when it comes to dynamic microphones. From the iconic SM57, to the ubiquitous SM58, to the classic SM7, Shure has been making top-notch dynamic mics for decades, which are used by legions of sound engineers e very day. Now, Shure aims to...
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Zoom is a company that knows a thing or two about guitar effects, and its G-series processors are trusted around the globe by players who demand tons of functionality in one convenient pedal. At the 2016 NAMM show, the company has just announced the...
by Nicholas Messitte
3 weeks ago
If you’re a guitar player with a passing knowledge of pedals, chances are you’re familiar with the goods and wares of Electro-Harmonix. B&H now carries new additions to the company’s legendary lineup, including the Lester-G, Lester-K, and the Super Space Drum. Let’s have a look. Lester-K and Lester-G Rotary Emulation...
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The original Seaboard RISE 25, along with the Seaboard GRAND, pointed the way to an entirely new method of triggering software sounds with the introduction of keywaves. The instruments remodeled the traditional MIDI keyboard controller as a pressure-sensitive, continuous surface that...
3 weeks ago
Apogee has announced its next-generation flagship audio interface, Symphony I/O MK II, a multi-channel audio interface featuring Apogee’s latest AD/DA conversion, modular I/O (up to 32 inputs and 32 outputs), an intuitive touchscreen and front panel control, and optional world-class microphone preamps. Apogee engineers have improved upon the previous version by using the latest components and...
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Denon has announced the release the MCX8000 DJ Controller/Media Player, a DJ hardware/software controller that offers total command of both Serato DJ and Denon DJ Engine technology in...
by Nicholas Messitte
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We are proud to welcome ESP’s line of instruments to the family—including the brand new 2016 slate just announced at NAMM. Particularly notable 2016 models include updates to Alex Skolnick’s signature...
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Teenage Engineering has announced Volume 2 of the Pocket Operator line, which further expands the tonal palette with three new models, featuring the same form and function of the previous versions but with updated sound sets and effects. The...
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Yamaha Corporation has been breaking boundaries in music technology since it was founded in Japan more than a century ago. Though it originated as a piano and organ maker, in 1887, the company has since branched out into many avenues of manufacturing, developing products as diverse as motorcycles, sporting goods, and...

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