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There are so many items deemed a necessity in setting up and operating a studio. From high-quality audio interfaces to dynamic and time-based signal processing, your studio is an ever-evolving eco-system. The patchbay is a ubiquitous piece of hardware that many project studio owners don’t think they need, but then discover how incredibly helpful it can be. The carefully designed implementation of...

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In Part 1 of this three-part series, Justin Colletti, of Sonic Scoop, and Bob Mallory (producer and engineer for Avatar Studios and Paste magazine), introduce you to the materials and construction methods needed to make your own acoustic panels for a home studio. From framing to covering, they discuss the ins and outs of assembling the panels, and the common problems that can be addressed by...
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Mark of the Unicorn’s interfaces are known to be solid, dependable, workhorses—or, should we say, “work-unicorns?” Either way, you’ll surely be pleased to know that the company is releasing a brand new 28x32 interface called the 828es; we at B&H are proud to announce its addition to our...
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Sound Devices has been a long-respected name in the world of professional portable mixers and recorders. Extending its MixPre line is the latest and largest of the group, the MixPre-10T, a 10-input, 12-track recorder. Its feature set is designed to appeal to location recordists, production...
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Zoom, the company behind so many innovative products in acoustic guitar modeling, field recording, and more, has announced its newest sample-based live performance instrument, the ARQ AR-48. With 460 built-in samples exploring a variety of genres, the AR-48 is many things: a sequencer, a...
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We’re certain you know Shure for its microphones, wireless systems, headphones, and possibly even earphones. After all, the company has been a stalwart in live-sound scenarios and pro-audio syndicates for quite a long time now. The SE Series of earphone is no stranger to the accolades Shure is surely assured with; with their reliance on MicroDrivers, easily-replaceable cables, and sound-isolating...
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Eurorack enthusiasts take note: Softube has done it again. The well-regarded company has offered a new Modular toy for your sound-designing pleasure. This time, Softube has modeled a coveted piece of hardware from Buchla, giving you the...
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Propellerhead has announced the release of Reason 10, which adds some exciting new features, instruments, and effects. There are now 16 premium instruments, 26 studio-grade effects and more than 6GB of sounds, loops, and samples to get you going. This latest update includes:
  • Grain and Europa: two massive, brand new...
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In Part 1 of the Upgrade Now or Later series, we looked at some potential problems and rewards when upgrading software. In Part 2, the focus will be on changing and upgrading hardware, which could be analog, digital, or both. There is something uniquely satisfying about...
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With the release of the new RØDELink Performer Kit, RØDE completes its range of RØDELink digital wireless microphone systems, which include the popular Newsshooter and the Filmmaker Kits. Designed for vocal performances and presentations, the Performer kit combines a high-quality TX...
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PSI Audio is a Swiss company that has been manufacturing high-quality studio monitors for decades. They hand-build and assemble each speaker in house, which ensures the highest standard of quality control over each component and assembly step. All the wood working and welding are done by hand, which guarantees consistent quality and long-term reliability. Available in...
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With their eye-catching aesthetics and clean, detailed sound, Blue’s microphones have been a respected part of the pro audio world since 1995. In a previous announcement, we had shed some light on the company’s Spark SL microphone, but now the company is issuing a new take on the mic—the...
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When people record live concerts and studio productions, multi-track recording is ideal. It grants you the power to fix and mix the performances in ways that would not be possible if only a stereo mix was recorded. However, multi-track creates a large amount of data in a hurry. Your recorder’s drive needs to be able to handle the burden imposed by writing and reading a multitude of large,...
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iZotope is a company known for its powerful audio software. If you mix audio, master songs, or clean up dialogue for films and television, you’re probably familiar with the algorithms of Ozone, RX, or Neutron. Now, however, iZotope is releasing a new piece of hardware—and we at B&H are proud to stock it. Called the...
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You know Shure microphones from pretty much every stage you've ever stood on and every studio you've ever played in; whether you're singing into an SM58 in front of your adoring fans, or thwacking a snare drum picked up by the ever-ubiquitous SM57, we're sure you know Shure. In recent times, Shure released the Super 55 Deluxe Vocal microphone and, now, for a limited time only, you can get the...

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