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Posted 05/20/19
In this video, AB demonstrates how to use a parametric EQ to shape your sound. By cutting frequencies you don’t like and boosting the “good stuff,” you can apply this technique to sweeten any audio track you’re working with. To read more about the EQ series, click here. For more audio-specific videos, click here. Come back often to watch our world of videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 05/07/19
In this new series on using equalizers (EQ), our man AB offers a very quick description of what an EQ is, and the various types of equalizers one can use. For this part, it’s Graphic EQ vs. Parametric EQ! What's the difference? When do you use one over the other? To read more about the EQ series, click here. For more audio-specific videos, click here. Come back often to watch our world of videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 05/06/19
In this introductory video to a new series on using EQs, A.B. gives a very quick description of what an EQ is, and he outlines what will be covered in the subsequent video. To read more about the EQ series, click here. More of Our Pro Audio Videos, click here. Come back often to watch our world of videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 03/07/19
In the following video, Andrew Eisele demonstrates the Behringer Neutron, a semi-modular analog  synthesizer. The opening demo song was created using only the Neutron to create kick, snare, high hats, synth lines, and effects. Listen to the two oscillators with and without sync, as well as the Neutron’s paraphonic (two notes) mode. The multi-mode filter explores the LP, BP, HP selections with the dedicated envelope. Andrew also demonstrates the integrated BBD analog delay and overdrive circuits. Marvel at the 32-input / 24 output patchbay with the ability to cross-modulate multiple sources or interface with additional gear such as the Behringer Model D or other Eurorack modules. For more exciting audio information, check out the videos we offer at B&H.com.
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Posted 01/04/19
In the following video, Andrew Eisele demonstrates the Elektron Analog Heat, a tabletop stereo analog sound processor with DAW integration. You’ll hear each of the eight character circuits with selections including Clean Boost, Saturation, Enhancement, Mid-Drive, Rough Crunch, Classic Distortion, Round Fuzz, and High Gain. The Analog Heat is equipped with a stereo EQ and Multimode Filter with LP, BP, HP, Notch, and Peak selections. Andrew also demonstrates the Envelope Follower and the BPM sync’d LFO with multiple assignment parameters. 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 01/04/19
We’re taking a quick listen to the Sequential Prophet X to give you an idea of what this samples + synthesis-performance keyboard offers. With 8-, 16-, or 32-voice modes to choose from, and a semi-weighted keyboard that responds to velocity and aftertouch, the 61-key Prophet X or 76-key Prophet XL is ready for the stage and the studio. It combines two high-res digital oscillators with two stereo samples per voice from its onboard 150GB library, to deliver a powerful and versatile library of voices ranging from traditional-sounding instruments, to electronic textures, and potent combinations of both. Vintage-style analog filters, a flexible modulation matrix, and an impressive array of effects add to the vast array of sound-sculpting possibilities.
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Posted 09/14/18
We’re taking a quick listen to the Sequential Prophet Rev2 Analog Synthesizer. We’re checking out the 16-voice model, but an 8-voice model is also available. The Rev2 is available in keyboard and desktop form and offers two digitally controlled analog oscillators, an analog Curtis filter, and three envelopes per voice. An extended modulation matrix, polyphonic step sequencer, multitimbral capabilities, and extensive effects along with a knob-per-function control panel make the Rev2 a powerful and versatile synth for stage and studio.
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Posted 09/14/18
In this Quick Listen, we’re checking out the UNO, a portable monophonic analog synthesizer from IK Multimedia. The UNO is battery or USB bus powered and features two voltage-controlled oscillators, a multimode analog filter, a sequencer/arpeggiator, performance buttons, a delay effect, and more. Easily accessible controls make sound editing simple and intuitive, and the results can be stored in one of the rewritable preset slots.
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Posted 07/17/18
In this Quick Listen, we’re putting the Korg Prologue Polyphonic Analog Synth through its paces. This 49-key, 8-voice model features 500 fully editable presets, analog and digital oscillators, four voice modes, and a bi-timbral sound engine that can play two sounds simultaneously to create splits and layers. Hands-on controls make this an intuitive and musical synth for players and sound designers alike.
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