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The software maker iZotope has updated its Ozone mastering suite to version 6, delivering EQ, dynamics, an exciter and imager, along with dithering tools to aid in producing full, clean, and polished masters. While the plug-in and stand-alone application provide modern digital tools that offer precise adjustment, the software also includes EQ filter shapes modeled after classic analog hardware... READ MORE
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3 weeks ago
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In the following video, Rob Rives from B&H discusses a wish list of five budget-friendly turntables for the 2014 holiday season. He explores all-around performers like the Audio Technica AT-LP60USB, stylish models like the... READ MORE

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In this video, Rob Rives shows us four different portable keyboards that make great starter keyboards for kids. Rives takes a look at the Casio SA-76 and CTK-6200, the... READ MORE

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In the following video, Rob Rives runs through a handful of USB microphones and some of their outstanding features. The video demonstrates the sound quality of USB microphones, such as the RØDE NT-USB,... READ MORE

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Over the years, Tascam recorders have found themselves right at home in the rigs of both amateur and professional filmmakers and sound people alike, thanks to their versatility and forward-thinking features. In that tradition, the company has announced the... READ MORE
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1 month ago
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As a longtime vinyl DJ, I strongly prefer the hands-on approach of mixing music with two turntables and a mixer. For all the convenience offered by fully digital setups on laptops and tablets, there is no denying the tactile benefits of a traditional vinyl-only rig. From the pleasing heft of a rotating turntable platter to the gentle cradling of the stylus locked into a groove, the physical... READ MORE
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2 months ago
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AES 2014 recently took place in Los Angeles, California, so we decided to round up all of the news from this important pro audio extravaganza and share it with you. Read on to get up to date on all of the latest gear from Tascam, Chandler, Avid, M-Audio, and Neumann. Tascam DR-10C Series Linear... READ MORE
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2 months ago
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In the last 10 years, it's become easier than ever to capture and publish your own audio and video. Affordable DSLR cameras and digital audio recorders, as well as easy-to-use editing software such as Final Cut and Garageband, have empowered everyday people to express themselves in ways never imagined, without needing years of specialized technical training. In both the amateur and professional... READ MORE
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2 months ago
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Simplicity. That’s what we covet these days, with all the technological advances that enable us to do more, better, faster. Every time a new piece of gear comes out, the excitement quickly wears off when it's time to learn how to use the new tool, rather than create with it. In the case of the... READ MORE
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Get acquainted with a piece of recording history with this re-release of one of the most sought-after classic Neumann microphones on the vintage market. Built according to the... READ MORE
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Boasting a total of 30 x 34 I/O, this refresh of Apogee’s popular Ensemble audio interface sees a complete redesign, starting with Thunderbolt 2... READ MORE
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If you shoot DSLR video and require flexible, high-quality audio recording, you will be very interested in the next generation of Tascam’s extremely popular 4-track recorder... READ MORE
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2 months ago
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In this video, our resident audio expert, Rob Rives, shows us the new Zoom iQ6 stereo microphone, which turns your iOS device with Lightning connector into a fully functional field recorder. Great for capturing the sounds of concerts, interviews, meetings, lectures and more, the iQ6 records high-... READ MORE

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2 months ago
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Apple’s mobile operating system iOS has come a long way since its inception, in many regards. It has long since left its roots as a platform for straightforward communications devices, and now, thanks to the processing power of the recent iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch pack,... READ MORE
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When computers became fast enough for Native audio processing (that is, utilizing the computer’s CPU for plug-in use) the field of desktop audio immediately became available to a much larger demographic. CPU resources were still limited, especially since high-quality DSP processing requires... READ MORE
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