Rupert Neve

500 Series Guide to Effects

For our final installment in the 500 Series guide, we’ll be looking at the available offerings of effects in the 500-Series format. I’m also including more utility modules that aren’t necessarily an “effect,” but don’t fall under the Preamp, EQ, or Compressor categories and are quite useful nonetheless.

The 500 Series: Guide to Compressors

Read this guide to audio compressors, on B&H Explora.

Rupert Neve Designs: RNHP Precision Headphone Amplifier

NAMM 2015: New Products from Rupert Neve Designs

The folk over at Rupert Neve Designs (not the least of whom, Rupert himself), have been making 500 series modules for some time now, in the form of the 511 mic preamp, the 551 Inductor EQ, and the 542 tape emulator, so the company’s announcement of the R6 6-spac


Audio Nerd Controversy: Are Analog Summing Devices Beneficial or Snake Oil?

The term “analog summers” does not refer to the act of giving up your smartphone during the months of June, July, and August. It refers to controversial pieces of audio equipment. Analog summing hardware takes the outputs from an audio interface, usually 8 or 16 channels’ worth, and sums them down to a stereo pair, which you can then record back into your DAW. where’s the controversy?

NAMM 2013 Wrap-Up: Professional Recording Products

NAMM has traditionally been viewed as the venue for introducing musical instruments including guitars, drums and keyboards, PA systems for gigging musicians, and venue lighting, along with every conceivable musical accessory.

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