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Korg is already well known for designing versatile music-production gear, such as keyboards, synthesizers, and beat machines. Adding to that family with a focus on live performances in clubs, concert venues, and more are two new, very different products—the volca mix analog performance mixer and...
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Korg, a company famous for its pro-audio wares, is releasing a new analog synthesizer, and we here at B&H are pleased to announce it. Called the Prologue—and coming in 8-voice and...
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Needing fewer inputs than the big studios doesn't justify compromising quality. Too often, musicians, songwriters, producers, and engineers who only want a handful of ins and outs are given audio interface options that don't have a high priority on sonic integrity. That's not the case with the...
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Moog has announced its latest edition to the Mother-32 family. The DFAM — Drummer from Another Mother is a Eurorack-compatible semi-modular analog percussion synthesizer with a highly interactive interface that lends itself to tactile exploration and experimentation. The device moves...
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New to the world in time for CES 2018, Focusrite has introduced three new USB audio interfaces in its Clarett series—the 10-in/4-out 2Pre USB, the 18-in/6-out 4Pre USB, and the 18-in/20-out...
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We invite you to have a first look at two products from Waldorf, which will be shown during the upcoming NAMM show in Anaheim this week on our website at B&H Photo Video: The Quantum synthesizer and...
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With the new H1n, Zoom has taken everything we know and love about the original H1 Handy Recorder and brought it to new sound levels. The engineers at Zoom have redesigned the user experience with a sleek, pocket-size body, a monochromatic LCD screen that is easy to read even in the brightest...
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Just in time for CES 2018, Sennhesier is releasing the HD 820, a pair of headphones that aim to take closed-back listening to a new aural space. Many audiophiles contend that the highest-caliber, personal/private listening experience comes from an open-backed headphone design, which...
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Roland, a company as famous as it is ubiquitous in the world of audio, has a new product out just in time for CES 2018. Called the R-07, it's a handheld recording device designed for on-the-go use and, as such, is perfect for musicians, journalists, podcasters, students, or indeed,...
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Although I must admit to a fondness for MOS sequences, when shooting dialog, I prefer to get clean sound on set. But this isn’t always easy, and sometimes it’s not possible at all. Fixing audio problems in post is never satisfying, and I start to dream of just doing all the dialog in post. In many ways, this makes sense, as on-set time is incredibly expensive, and never having to do an additional...
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It has been quite an exciting year for the B&H Photography Podcast, as well as for podcasting as a medium in general. Hugely popular shows such as S-Town, The Daily, and Radiolab have taken podcasts to new heights in terms of amazing content, and have also substantially...
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Are you just getting into playing electric guitar? If so, thank you—it feels like there’s a dearth of us these days! But also, let’s address an issue you might be facing in purchasing your Instrument, best summed up by the following question: “What kind of electric guitar is right for me?” I know the answer my parents had for that question: “the cheapest,” but if you’re shelling out your own hard...
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Hi there! Do you have a rich, velvety voice that people compliment all the time? Do you have secret desires to cut out of your nine-to-five grind and get into the illustrious world of voice-overs? Of course you do! (You clicked the headline, didn’t you?) Let me start off by telling you two things: To get sustainable voice-over work is harder than you’d think—lots of people want to do it, and...
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Skype could be considered the best—and worst—thing to ever happen to podcasting. The ability to interview guests remotely is, of course, invaluable. Horrendous audio due to digital artifacts and bad microphones? Not so much. While the pros and cons of Skype recording are stark in contrast, it is certainly possible to maximize the benefits, while minimizing the drawbacks. While probably the most...

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In the following video, Rob Rives compares several hardware synthesizers for anyone looking to acquire their first synth. This video explores analog versus digital and module versus keyboard. We showcase the Roland SE-02, the...

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