Phillip Nichols-Wright

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When considering a new gear purchase, it’s easy to get caught up in extravagant equipment and overlook things that would ease the pain of daily audio life. There are routine processes that can be simplified, common problems that can be more quickly solved, and significant sonic improvements that can be made if you have the right tools. I’d like to share six audio tools that can easily become...
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Audio-Technica is well known by musicians, singers, and audio engineers for reliable and reliably good audio products. The company's latest release, the ATH-M50xBT Bluetooth headphones, combine the renowned studio-level performance of the ATH-M50 headphones with wire-free...
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Knowing that its customers appreciate audio fidelity, Shure has released the RMCE-BT2, a high-resolution Bluetooth 5.0 communication cable for Shure SE Series earphones. It's the ideal solution if you want to use your SE215, SE315, SE425, SE535, or SE846 sound-isolating earphones...
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Never a company to leave well enough alone, Moog has just released the One, new polyphonic synthesizers in 8-voice and 16-voice versions. Inspired by the classic Memorymoog, which was...
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Established circa 1953, in Brooklyn, Grado Labs is well known and respected for hand-building visually and sonically appealing headphones. The company’s newest models continue in the Grado tradition of selecting unique materials and emphasizing a rewarding aural experience. From the limited-edition Heritage Series...
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Already a well-known name in the hardware synth game, Pittsburgh Modular offers a slew of synthesizers, controllers, and cases compatible with the popular Eurorack format. With the release of a welcome addition—the Structure 344 Eurorack Studio Command Center—comes a...
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Apogee products are highly regarded for their discerning A/D-D/A conversion quality and dependability. In studios, touring rigs, and mobile setups, it's common to see the name Apogee on the audio interfaces of choice for audio engineers, producers, and musicians alike. Apogee's latest release, the...
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If you make beats or create electronic music, you've probably heard of FL Studio, the music production DAW from Image-Line. For years, it has been a go-to tool for producers and songwriters operating on anything from compact laptops to tricked-out desktops. However, there has never been a hardware controller designed specifically for FL Studio… until now! The new...
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Threading through a long list of legendary electric guitarists and their tonal mastery is a common and important factor… great pickups. For years upon years, Seymour Duncan has been a name tied to top-notch tone for electric guitars, and he continues to expand sonic horizons for players of all genres and styles. The new Red Devil...
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For any live event, quality amplified sound is crucial to crowd enjoyment. Bands in clubs, musicians in houses of worship, DJs at parties, theater troupes on stage, and singers at open-mic nights—they all need audiences to hear them clearly. The Yamaha CZR and DZR loudspeakers offer a powerful combination of portability, versatile configurability, and clean sonic performance. Whether you need...
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Attention! Alerting all beatmakers, composers, electronic musicians, producers, and sound designers! If you create music or soundscapes with software, you should be excited by the news of new goods from Native Instruments. Even if you're well stocked with all the sounds you need, the new Native Instruments hardware controllers will still pique your interest. Strap in, there's much to see! The...
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For novices and professionals alike, Pioneer DJ is a go-to source for DJ mixers and controllers that can inspire and facilitate creative aspirations at home, in the club, or on large stages. Expanding the venerable XDJ line is the new XDJ-RR, a 2-channel, all-in-one DJ system for rekordbox...
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Most audio recording sessions use some sort of drive for storage of audio data. Sure, on occasion, some bands opt for analog tape, but most music, dialog, and sound effects are recorded to (and mixed from) a hard disk (HDD), solid-state drive (SSD), or flash drive. It makes sense, too. Such drives are generally portable, affordable, and large capacity. However, two very common fears that creep up...
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Combining the functionality of multiple audio devices into one, the Tascam Model 24 offers a range of powerful recording and mixing features optimized for project studio production, studio sessions, and live stage applications. Sure, you could lug around a rack of mic preamps, a mixing console, an audio...
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Highly regarded in the studio and on stage for their transparency and detail, DPA microphones offer a powerful combination of commendable audio specifications, versatile configurability, and easy positioning. Especially attractive for close-miking techniques in concert venues, houses of worship, and theater are the DPA d:vote 4099 supercardioid miniature condenser microphones, which have been...
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