Andrew Eisele

Andrew Eisele

Andrew Eisele has worked as an audio engineer for studio and live sound for more than 16 years and has taught at Full Sail, SAE, and Dubspot. He is an Apple-certified trainer of Logic, has written several books on Reason, and was the host for the Music-Pro-Guides Training DVD series. When he’s not writing for B&H, you can find him operating the Tsunami Bass Sound System, an event production company based in New York City.

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Blackstar, the Northampton, England amplification company, has been producing guitar amplifiers and effects since 2007. At its core, Blackstar is made up of musicians who fully understand the importance of great tone, whether practicing at home or performing live on stage. The FLY 3...
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Founded in 1997, Cordoba seeks to guide the evolution of the nylon string guitar by blending traditional craftsmanship of early master luthiers with modern developments. Every Cordoba instrument is designed to be lightweight and responsive, with a character that is a direct decedent of the Spanish tradition. The...
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Utilizing a design from the early 1960s by German-American physicist Oskar Heil, Klaus Heinz built a folded elastic diaphragm that was first used in ADAM Audio’s highly regarded studio monitor speakers. Klaus Heinz has since started his own company, Heinz Electrodynamic Designs, or HEDD, and further developed the folder ribbon tweeter. The Series ONE studio monitors include the next generation of...
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Released more than a decade ago, the original Mackie Big Knob was the “go-to” monitor controller for project and home studios. Mackie’s latest announcement of the next-generation Big Knob Series has created a bit of a buzz, as the new lineup features three models at very affordable prices. The Passive version is the smallest and requires no power, while the Studio and Studio+ incorporate a USB...
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Perhaps you started with a small, self-contained PA and need better quality with greater output. Or perhaps your audience has grown and you are looking to add to your setup, or you need better coverage and more control. Maybe you started with an inexpensive analog mixer and are looking to make the jump to a digital board. If you have made an initial investment into a sound system and are looking...
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Working in live sound is an exciting and rewarding business. It’s very fast paced and you must problem-solve on the fly. Having the tools to handle anything is essential for a smooth and professional event. Here are some useful tools I have found to be indispensable, as an audio engineer and system designer. Hearing Protection The art and science of audio engineering relies solely on your hearing...
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Established in 1985, American DJ has been producing a wide range of lighting, audio, and staging products for nightclubs, discos, mobile entertainers, bands, concert tours, theatre productions, TV shows, cruise ships, houses of worship, trade shows, and architectural applications. B&H is excited to introduce its new crop of lighting and atmospheric effects, including the...
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IFi Audio is a new company with several products aimed at high-definition audiophiles and enthusiasts, including the micro iTube2 Tube Pre-Amplifier, the Micro IDSD Black Label –...
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Fans of the tiny, yet mighty, Pocket Operator will rejoice in the new PO-32 Tonic as it ups the ante in performance and customization. For the uninitiated, Pocket Operators are a line of pocket-calculator-sized music devices capable of generating high-quality music on the go. The new PO-32, freshly announced at the 2017 NAMM Show, offers the same familiar form and function as the PO-10 and PO-20...
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When Softube released the Console 1 in 2014, the integrated hardware/software centerpiece for DAW systems took the industry by storm. Console I MK2’s straightforward and intuitive approach to computer-based mixing pairs a hardware-based digital mix controller with the sound of an...
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Originally released in 2014, Bitwig Studio 1 was the first music production software to combine linear and non-linear sequencing on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, which combined cutting-edge technologies like plug-in crash protection, a highly flexible user interface, and a lightning-fast workflow for keyboard, mouse, and touchscreens. As announced at the 2017 NAMM Show, Bitwig Studio 2.0 has...
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Roli has revolutionized the keyboard with its cutting-edge Rise and Grand instruments, which utilize a unique, soft silicone surface that lets you shape sound intuitively through five dimensions of touch. Designed for...
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Building upon the success of the Minilogue, Korg’s foray into a true polyphonic analog synthesizer, the Monologue features much of the same aesthetic, form and function, but that’s where the similarities end. Available in...
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Do you need to expand your existing preamp array in your studio or live setup? Would you like to do so using the wares of a company renowned in both the digital and analog sides of the coin? Then you should definitely check out these items, fresh from their debut at CES 2017. The...
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Well known for its professional-grade audio consoles, channel strips, preamps, and audio interfaces, Focusrite has announced the release of two new multichannel mic pre expansions, the Scarlett Octo-Pre and the...

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