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.

Latest Articles

3 weeks ago
KRK has released its latest entry in the micro monitor market, the GoAux Series portable monitors, which deliver renowned KRK sound quality in a pint-sized format. Designed to go anywhere, the GoAux 3 and…
2 months ago
Apogee has been making award-winning analog and digital products for 35 years. Used by studio professionals to capture live performances in the studio, Apogee has left an undeniable mark on the recording industry. The brand's latest foray into the budget market will definitely turn some heads: announcing the…
3 months ago
Yes! The rumors are true: Neumann is releasing the M 49 V, a reissue of its classic M 49 tube microphone. In 1949, Neumann released the M 49 tube microphone and forever changed the landscape of recording. By 1951, the M 49 had become the industry standard, used…
4 months ago
Mackie announced the next evolution of its incredibly popular, high-powered PA system, the Thump Series Loudspeakers and Subwoofers, with more power, capabilities, and bang for your buck than ever before. With audio professionals in mind, the Thump Series has been completely redesigned from the ground up with heavy duty drivers, 1400W amplifiers, and powerful tools to make your next gig easier.…
6 months ago
If you’ve ever struggled to get quality audio for your podcast, then Focusrite has your solution, with the Vocaster USB Type-C audio interface and mixer. The Vocaster makes it a breeze to produce professional-quality audio with its Auto Gain, Enhance, and Easy Start tool, which provides stellar audio at the click of a button. The Vocaster is available in four configurations:…
7 months ago
IK Multimedia announces the iRig Pro Quattro I/O, a powerful utility device that acts as a Swiss army knife, but for audio. This 4-input/2-output professional field recording interface and mixer fits in the palm of your hand and provides a multitude of functions. There are two versions:…
7 months ago
Just when you thought it couldn't get any better, Antelope ups the ante with its latest compact audio interface, the Discrete 4 Pro Synergy Core. Building upon the success of the Discrete 4 Synergy Core, this Pro version includes redesigned AD/DA converters and improved software features. The…
7 months ago
I’ve been a fan of Novation since the early 2000s when the company released the virtual analog Nova series. To this day, I still own and love my Nova desktop synth. When I was asked if I was interested in writing a hands-on review of the Novation…
10 months ago
With the Zen Q Synergy Core, Antelope brings you almost everything you’d want in a desktop USB Type-C audio interface, including console-grade analog preamps, cutting-edge analog emulation software, essential I/O for recording and mixing, expandability to accommodate room to…
1 year ago
Earthworks announces the ETHOS, a broadcast microphone that’s designed to capture your voice faithfully, making it well suited for podcasts, narration, commentary, and audiobook recordings and production. Available in a shiny stainless steel or subdued…
1 year ago
Studio monitors come in all shapes and sizes. From quad 15" behemoths to the tiniest 3" pico-size, there are many factors that come into play when selecting monitors. Price is the obvious choice, but perhaps you have space constraints or fussy neighbors. Or maybe you are looking for a nice pair of “B” monitors to complement your mains. In this article, we’ll be looking at some pint-size …
1 year ago
It’s that time of the year again. The “holidaze” are upon us and with them comes the stress of finding the perfect gift for that special someone. I’m a terrible procrastinator, especially when holiday shopping, so I’ve compiled a roundup of the best portable Bluetooth speakers. Bluetooth speakers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Portability is subjective, so we’ll be looking at a broad…
1 year ago
Alesis has released its latest update to the Q-Series USB-MIDI keyboard controllers with velocity sensitivity and synth-action keys, making them well suited for stage and studio use. The controllers provide all the essential controls you’ll need to help give your playing character. There are three models available;…
1 year ago
Electro-Voice announces the RE20-Black, an update to the original classic dynamic microphone, but now in an elegant, low-reflection, dark charcoal finish. The microphone is acoustically, electrically, and mechanically identical to the original.…
1 year ago
During the holidaze, it's easy to get overwhelmed, and sometimes we forget to get a gift for that someone special. If that someone is a musician, then we've got a list of great gift ideas that won't break the bank and will guarantee to put a smile on their face. Digital Metronome For hundreds of years, musicians have used a mechanical musical chronometer, or a metronome, to keep tempo during…