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Posted 09/12/19
In the following demo, we are listening to teenage engineering’s PO-33, a pocket-sized micro sampler. The demo explores all the stock sounds and presets. Listen to all the 16 effects including loops, unison, octave up/down, stutters, scratch, retrigger and reverse. Hear the 6/8 quantize effect change a 4/4 to a 6/8 with tons of character. The demo also explores the parameter locks and filter effects. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at bhphoto.com.
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Posted 06/23/19
In the following Quick Listen demo, we check out the sounds of the Yamaha Reface CP and how it might fit into any musician’s arsenal. The demo focuses on the six different presets, each based on an original classic. The keyboard features a variety of sound presets including two Rhodes presets, a Wurlitzers, a Clavinet, a Toy Piano, and CP, which is based on the Yamaha CP80 digital grand piano. The demo also showcases the onboard effects, including the dedicated Drive and Reverb, as well as Tremolo/Wah, Chorus/Phase, and Digital/Analog Delay. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com
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Posted 06/13/19
In this Quick Listen, you will experience some of the sample pack sounds, punch-in, master, tape FX, and synthesized sounds included in the OP-Z by Teenage Engineering, a portable all-in-one synthesizer and 16-track multimedia sequencer. This device can not only produce complete music tracks and sound effects, but is also capable of MIDI, CV, and trigger track sequencing, image and 3D unity engine sequencing, as well as DMX light sequencing. Product Highlights: 16-Track Sequencer 16 Synthesis, Sampler & Control Tracks Multiprogram Step Components MIDI, CV, Trig Track Sequencing Modular Effects Architecture Image and 3D Graphic Sequencing DMX Light Sequencing Free iOS App with Screen Integration Dual-Domain Synthesis for Low Latency Connect via USB or Wirelessly via Bluetooth For more instructional and informative videos, come back to BandH.com often!
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Posted 05/07/19
In the following Quick Listen Demo, Andrew Eisele demonstrates some of the sounds and programming capabilities of the Novation Circuit Mono Station. The audio demo explores the synthesizers two oscillator and the monophonic and paraphonic modes. You will hear the 12/24 dB multimode filter with high pass, low pass, and band pass selections.   Listen to bass lines, leads, areggiators, pads, noise loops, drum loops, and soundscapes.  We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com
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Posted 07/05/17
Join B&H’s Rob Rives as he takes to the financial district to test out the DPA’s d:vice 2-channel interface, which connects microphones to mobile devices and USB ports, allowing you to record clear, crystalline audio on location. Hear its low-noise preamps and high-quality A/D converters in action, as Greg Johnson plays a ragtime tune on a piano near a fountain. This instrument, placed in New York City by the Sing for Hope Organization, has been miked in stereo, and sports a clear, articulate sound—even in the midst of this bustling New York City location. Come for the d:vice, stay for the excellent music, available in the public domain, and played wonderfully in a public domain.
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Posted 12/26/16
In this video, Greg Johnson demonstrates the Korg Monologue, a monophonic all-analog synthesizer with a fully programmable single-voice architecture and 100 fully editable presets, well suited for musicians and analog enthusiasts. Building upon the success of the Minilogue Polyphonic Synthesizer, Korg reworked the knob-per-function layout, voicing, and sound-sculpting abilities to create a distinctive-sounding instrument for all types of musicians and sound designers. The synth offers two VCOs and a redesigned filter with powerful low-end punch, and a drive circuit has been added to apply aggressive overtones and distortion, ideal for huge bass sounds and sharp lead tones.
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Posted 12/21/16
In this video, Rob Rives demonstrates the RØDElink Newsshooter Kit, which utilizes an RX-Cam wireless receiver in conjunction with a TX-XLR wireless transmitter, thus allowing you the option of using handheld XLR microphones in a roaming, wireless fashion. Rives shows off its power abilities, gain-reduction switches, and line-of sight range. With Rives positioned far away from the camera, you’ll be able to see—and more importantly, hear—how this kit works. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 02/23/16
In the following “Quick Listen” video, Greg Johnson demonstrates the Korg Minilogue Polyphonic Synthesizer and shows how this powerful new synthesizer can be a useful addition to any musician’s inventory. The video explores some of the 100 Factory/User presets and how to utilize the onboard true-analog oscillators, filter, amplifier, envelope generators, and LFO. Johnson shows us each of its eight modes including 4-Voice, Duo, Unison, Mono, Single Note Chords, Delay, Arpeggiator, and Side-Chain.  Additionally, the video touches upon the 16-note polyphonic sequencer, which can be implemented in step mode or real time. The Minilogue offers programmable sliders, a tape-style delay, and a built-in oscilloscope, as well as MIDI I/O, USB and Sync I/O. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 11/03/15
In the following video, Rob Rives demonstrates the Sennheiser ClipMic Digital and MKE2 Digital microphones for iOS, and how they can be a useful addition to any pro audio/video setup. This video explores the functions, controls, and features of both microphones, including Apogee’s Pure Digital preamp and audio converter, which plugs directly into the lightning connector to bypass the noisy phone electronics. We showcase the Apogee MetaRecorder software app, offering control over input monitoring, gain adjustment, and input processing with settings for compression, limiting, and EQ. Rives also shows you how to utilize an Apple Watch to control remote operations, such as transport control, adding markers, and gain adjustment. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com
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Posted 10/29/15
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, discusses the Zoom F8 Professional Multi-Track Field Recorder for Filmmaking and Sound Design.  Using both an Audio-Technica AT899 Condenser Lavalier Microphone, as well as a Schoeps CMC6 MK41 microphone mounted on an Auray Boompole with a Schoeps shockmount, Rives makes a direct comparison of sound quality at 24-bit/192 kHz resolution between the Zoom F8 Field Recorder and the more expensive Sound Devices 688 Professional Field Recorder.    The video explores the F8’s features including timecode support, three power options, dual SD card slots, redundant recording, its use as a multi-channel audio interface for Mac and PC, and compatibility with the company’s microphone capsules. It also includes wireless control with a mobile device using a dedicated app. These features make the F8 a powerful tool for everything from multi-tracking band rehearsals, recording sound for picture, and Foley work, among others—all in a portable and durable form factor.        We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com
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