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Just announced at NAB, the Zoom F6 Multitrack Field Recorder is the latest in the company's F series. Zoom is among the best in the industry for portable, excellent audio recording solutions that will appeal to filmmakers, and the F6 is no exception.  Slated for a June 2019 release, exact...
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Have you ever found yourself underwhelmed with the live sound at a Broadway show? Think of the vocals specifically: often they can sound thin, washed out, unfocused. Is it the singer? No—it’s the equipment used in miking the singer—but soon this issue might be a thing of the past, thanks to Shure. That’s right—Shure, a Titan among microphone manufacturers, is releasing a whole new line of...
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Novation has released firmware updates for several of its key products, and we’d like to tell you about it. First, the company issued a firmware update for its Peak polyphonic synthesizer. You’ll find 43 new wave tables, two more freely assignable modulators, a new Mod Matrix design that...
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The latest offering from Sound Devices, Scorpio, is the next-generation flagship portable mixer-recorder designed for state-of-the-art production sound. With 16 mic/line preamplifiers, 32 channels of Dante in and out, AES in and out, 12 analog outputs and...
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RØDE is making wireless audio a hassle-free enterprise with the Wireless GO, a tiny, one-stop digital solution for recording and transmitting audio to cameras. This wireless solution will surely appeal to novices and pros alike, as both look for simplicity in the field. The TX is...
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Few brands in the pro audio world are synonymous with an entire sound. Solid State Logic—better known as SSL—is one such brand. This company’s gear has been emulated in the software and hardware planes by scores of manufacturers; original SSL consoles are prized heartily for their clarity, punch, and sonic glue....
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Looking for a versatile and flexible mixing system for live and studio that’s equally at home in houses of worship, broadcast facilities, live venues, touring rigs, and recording studios? Check out the new PreSonus StudioLive Series III S 64- and 32-channel digital mixers with AVB networking and FLEX DSP engine, available in four models with 128-channel (64-x64) USB recording, touch-sensitive...
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Lectrosonics has a track record of making quality gear for wireless applications The company's new DCHT—which stands for Digital Camera Hop Transmitter—is sure to be no exception, and we at B&H are eager to welcome this little unit into the fold. The DCHT is perfect for film and...
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Technics is a name on the tip of the tongue of every turntablist, and a brand in the minds of DJs around the globe. Since the 1970s, the Technics SL-1200 has been a popular powerhouse, thanks to its direct-drive design and uncompromising sound. Springing from the solid foundation is the latest in that line of legends: the...
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From recording to mixing to mastering, signal processing is an important part of music production. Compression has proved to be irreplaceable for catching peaks, squashing tracks, tweaking balance, and much more, while equalizers and summing mixers are unforgettable for their tone-impacting capabilities. For the NAMM 2019 show, Heritage Audio released two new pieces of analog hardware goodness....
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Warm Audio has been on the scene for a while, putting out replications of lauded vintage gear that far surpass its budget-minded prices. Famous compressors, channel strips, equalizers, and microphones have been warmly embraced by the company, and now, at NAMM 2019, a new microphone has been announced: the WA-84....
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One of the most legendary, yet humble, studio monitors is the NS-10. Though NS-10s have been out of production for many years, they remain desired for their ability to reveal mix translation problems. When Avantone Pro released the CLA-10, in June of 2018, the audio world went wild for the passive monitors. Being passive, they required a separate power amp, and that left many engineers and...
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For ages, Akai has been known for producing rock-solid, user-friendly music production machines. The company’s latest release, the MPK Road 88, extends that legacy. It’s a formidable keyboard controller with 88 keys and so much more. With an integrated vintage-style travel case, the MPK...
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Portable audio recorders come in handy in so many situations—for live concerts, solo and ensemble performances, electronic news gathering, capturing sound effects and Foley, interviews, and more. An ideal recorder would be one that features uncompromised audio fidelity, flexible microphone configurations and inputs, and powerful processing without sacrificing compactness and portability. Since...
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Who isn’t in the market for earphones these days? At home, taking a hike, on stage, or in the studio, you deserve great sound no matter where you are. Westone—well regarded for its earpieces, earphones, and hearing protection—has released several new models of in-ear headphones (a.k.a. earphones) to further broaden its spectrum of...
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