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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The Toraiz AS-1 is a monophonic analog synthesizer and sequencer that is designed in collaboration with Dave Smith. The synth’s architecture is based on the DSI Prophet-6 synthesizer and features two voltage-controlled oscillators (VCO) with continuously variable waveforms...
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If you are interested in getting into digital DJing, there’s no easier way than a self-contained starter kit. Pioneer DJ has assembled the DJ Starter Pack, which consists of a rekordbox dj controller, a pair of powered studio monitors, and a set of DJ headphones, as well as all necessary...
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I’m often asked by friends and colleagues, “Which DAW do you use?” or “What’s the best DAW?” What may be right for me might be completely wrong for you. With so many Digital Audio Workstations (DAW) choices, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. All DAWs share a main purpose, which is to record, edit, and mix audio (and MIDI), but each platform offers some unique features, bells and whistles, if you will...
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Available in black or white, the DDJ-WeGo4 is a compact DJ software controller designed for...
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Pioneer has been producing cutting-edge DJ products for more than two decades. With the release of the CDJ-500, in 1994, Pioneer literally changed the game overnight, which is why Pioneer remains the industry standard on equipment riders for professional DJs and artists performing around the world. Always innovating, Pioneer continues to push the boundaries with the latest cutting-edge...
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Novation has been producing professional-quality electronic instruments for over two decades. They were one of the first companies to create and perfect virtual analog technology with their “Analog Sound Modeling (ASM),” which, even by today’s standards, sounds incredible. Novation has left an indelible mark on the synthesizer landscape and their latest creation, the...
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Elektron began making high-quality analog/digital hybrid instruments in 1998 and has become one of the most respected manufacturers of professional analog/digital hybrid instruments, including the Analog Rytm,...
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There are many adages that pertain to the life of a sound engineer. Murphy’s law states, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong;” “Hope for the best, but prepare for the worst;” “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” These sayings are sage advice for the sound engineer, as all things will eventually break. Plan for when they do, and try to mitigate the severity of circumstances...
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Denon DJ raised the bar for professional DJ equipment with the release of its Prime Series Eco-System, which includes the X1800 Prime DJ Club Mixer,...
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Roli has announced two new members of the Blocks modular music making system, the Seaboard Block and the Touch Block. Blocks is a versatile music making system, for beginners who have never taken a...
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In 1984, Akai Professional began producing professional electronic instruments and equipment. In 1987, Akai released first Music Production Center called the MPC60, which combined a 16-bit sampler with 16 velocity-sensitive pads, and an integrated sequencer, which was co-designed by Roger Linn, the producer of the highly regarded Linn Drum (LM-1 & Linn 9000). Over the past 30 years, Akai have...
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Genelec has been producing professional studio monitors since 1978, and has always been at the fore-front of technology and ground-breaking innovations. The latest 8030C builds upon the success of earlier 8030 models, delivering 4 dB higher output with less energy consumption. This active 2...
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MXL is well known for manufacturing affordable, professional audio products for a variety of applications including music recording, broadcast, post production, and live sound. The company’s newest models, the 770X and...
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Shure has announced the GLX-D Advanced Digital Wireless System, its latest multi-system wireless solution with automatic frequency management, rechargeability, and high-quality design and construction, designed to meet the demands of small-to-medium houses of worship, educational institutions, and music venues. The...
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Texas-based FMR Audio has been creating affordable equipment with stellar, high-quality results for more than a decade. All its products are designed and assembled in the United States and feature utilitarian “ugly” designed enclosures, which allows the company to keep the cost low, while sounding great! The RNP or...

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