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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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If you make music, you know that you can’t control when your creativity flashes into existence. Thankfully, the ability to follow the meandering muse is becoming easier and easier via increasingly powerful smartphones, tablets, and user-friendly production apps. With the portable power they give, you can be on a plane or in a train making music and stacking tracks instead of just sitting there...
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USB microphones have come a long way since their inception, with strides being made all the time in ADC tech, sound, and build quality; these days, some companies even team up with well-regarded brands like Apogee in nestling analog-to-digital converters within their microphones. And yet, some mics have exhibited solid build and dependable sonics for quite a while now. Take the...
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Using the popular Sub 37 Tribute Edition as its foundation, Moog built the Subsequent 37 paraphonic synthesizer to be even better, by meeting the demands of players and power users. Like the Sub 37 Tribute Edition, it wears a classic and instantly recognizable Moog look, complete...
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Here’s what you need to know right off the bat: Mixing vocals for podcasts is quite different from mixing vocals for music, where the trend is to impart sheen, sparkle, luster, and other trebly adjectives. A simple A/B test between any Gimlet podcast against any Justin Bieber song will prove the difference: What constitutes a solid, pro sound in the podcast world is a meatier affair, and an...
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New hardware and software products are developed and introduced at a dizzying rate. From plug-ins to pop-filters, it never stops. It’s a full-time job just trying to stay informed of the latest release. Like the sea bringing endless swells to the shore, the industry brings innumerable waves of new marvels to our doors. When we see something new, we are instinctually intrigued. Frequently, the...
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There’s a saying in audio that goes something like, “You should never mix in cans.” There is some truth to this adage but, with the right gear and realistic expectations, you’ll find that there is quite a bit that can be done in headphones, allowing you to be productive even when you don’t have the luxury of working on loudspeakers. In my experience mixing in headphones, I've found that my...
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Roland has introduced two new DJ controllers, the DJ-202 and the DJ-505, to expand the line started by the DJ-808 model. Like the flagship DJ-808, the DJ-202 and DJ-505 are designed for tight integration...
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It’s a cliché to even say it, but everybody has a podcast. I myself have, like, I don’t know—six? I kid. It’s more like two. With a glut of podcasts hitting the media landscape, how do you make sure yours stands out? Marketing, of course—one hopes for the viral kind. But still, it helps immeasurably if your podcast is a pleasing listen, transporting audiences from their dull lives commuting to...

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