I'm using these speakers in my Home Studio, where I produce electronic music. What I was looking for were monitors I could produce basses with. I used to make them with headphones because my old sp...Read more on Audiofanzine
The Blue Spark Digital is truly a plug and play interface. No fiddling with configurations, settings. Plug it in and choose it for the input device. The recording is a bit on the brittle, thin side...Read more on Audiofanzine
Having owned the Zoom H4n a few years ago, the H6 is like revisiting an old friend that had lost weight, got in shape and stopped cussing all the time.
The interface is really sleek, easy to get...Read more on Audiofanzine
I specifically bought this mixer as a stopgap between owning a Mackie 1604 VLZ board and a replacement. I also used, for a while, the Alesis Multi Mix 6, and the Xenyx 10 channel.
Despite not ha...Read more on Audiofanzine
A simple but very helpful tool for passive, balanced levelling of any analogue stereo monitor step.
Simply install/insert between the existing loudspeaker wiring and then you are ready to go.
Nic...Read more on Audiofanzine
I bought this item on a whim to do digital, two track recording from the main outs on my new Mackie 1604VLZPro, around 1998 or 1999. It was five hundred dollars at the time, and very small.
I i...Read more on Audiofanzine
I've had this mixer since I decided to start taking my production seriously. It is a simple, cheap, surprisingly functional home mixing board. The board has 6 mono inputs/faders with an XLR, chann...Read more on Audiofanzine
I bought the Blue Snowball microphone back in 2010. I was getting ready to deploy to the desert, and I was warned not to bring valuable equipment for fear of getting it filled with sand (sand gets ...Read more on Audiofanzine
The folks over at T-Bone have truly provided users with the ability to get some awesome sound at a fraction of the cost. I'm going to go ahead and show all my cards and fully disclose that I am not...Read more on Audiofanzine
I love this footswitch for the quality of the effects and harmony.
It is a complete pedal to the singer. I use it for live gigs with my rock band and also as sound card to play or record on my com...Read more on Audiofanzine
Working on a home studio budget comes with its own set of challenges and limitations. When resources are limited, versatility and functionality are essential in equipment choices...Read more on Audiofanzine
[b]At a Glance[/b]
With the massive expansion of home studios in the past decade, there has also come a massive expansion of products for home studios. One essential ingredient to a delicious ho...Read more on Audiofanzine
The Sennheiser e609 is advertised chiefly as an instrument mic, and at that it excels. As advertised in its description, its shape makes it excellent for miking not only guitar cabs but also vario...Read more on Audiofanzine
I purchased the L.R. Baggs Para Acoustic DI to make my $200 acoustic guitar sound like an $2000 acoustic guitar in live sound applications, and it gets the job done. I choose thi...Read more on Audiofanzine
I bought a little ART pre amp to get a bit more control over the interface to the PA system. It does a great job. I was recording to Garage Band with my Mustang II amp and playing my Les Paul. The ...Read more on Audiofanzine
I bought these a long time ago. I had some choices to make that time. Will it be krk, something smaller or more expensive.
I did go for krk for several reasons. Other products where square, fro...Read more on Audiofanzine
This is a fantastic unit, powerup and forget. Used mine for 15yrs, never had even 1 issue !... amazing. Good dynamic range on conversion, clear front panel indication of signal presence [green] and...Read more on Audiofanzine
Good HD recorder with ext mic options [2 x xlr, with optional phantom +48v power], or internal onboard 2 x unidirectional, or 2 x omnidirectional mics. Rec choice from selector switch on body. Line...Read more on Audiofanzine
Excellent stereo power amp from Quad [UK hifi big players], which pioneered power amp design for hifi . This unit has no controls. no volume, no eqs, no input selector, ... just what you need - ste...Read more on Audiofanzine
300w per channel 1u rackmount 2ch poweramp. Silent [no fan] operation, very little background noise even when at full level. A good monitor amp, no fuss, better than the behringer equivalent, but n...Read more on Audiofanzine
Excellent DI / Mic pre, with dial in valve warmth/saturation. Great for Re-amping techniques and Di signal from Bass / guitar, or providing phantom power. Ground lift, 20db pad, phase reverse switc...Read more on Audiofanzine
Small diagphragm side address condenser studio mic. Aprox 300g each, these little mics are tipped with a side address capsule at the business end and the standard XLR at the other end. The handling...Read more on Audiofanzine
I have a consecutive pair of these amazing mics. Multipattern [4-pole discrete on-body switch] and Pad [0, -10, -20]db and Highpass switch too.
Front side silver grill, rear of mic has black grill...Read more on Audiofanzine
I have 3 of these AKG 451E each with different capsules with a different polar pattern.
The capsule choice makes a big difference to the 'voicing'. Capsules I have are cardioid, omni and hypercar...Read more on Audiofanzine
I have a pair here in the studio, and they are incredibly sensitive - micing from a distance is a joy. The mids are lifelike and present, the tops are very precise, the bass is high-passed internal...Read more on Audiofanzine
necesitaria que alguna persona me conteste a esta ayuda por necesitar esquema electrico de la fuente de alimentacion del procesador:tiesseci DAC-7 FM
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It's interesting how the Roland EF-303 has a bit of a love/hate following; this reminds me of Behringer gear, the Korg KARMA, or a Yamaha DJX. You can certainly read the spec's elsewhere, so i'll t...Read more on Audiofanzine
I bought this to replace a faulty Tascam DP-24 Portastudio (6 months old. dont get me started on the lack of warranty on Tascam). I was resistant to purchasing this earlier, when I purchased the ...Read more on Audiofanzine
A lot of people slam Behringer gear. Most of these people don't know or comprehend the design and engineering that goes into pro audio gear. That said, the Behringer C-1 is exceptionally well des...Read more on Audiofanzine
One of my Genelecs 8020a broke down and I needed something not expensive as a temporary solution. I also have the yamaha msp5, which I basically use to clean up the vocals. (They are fatiguing and ...Read more on Audiofanzine