Kawai’s RV4 is an electronic hardware reverb featuring 8 in/out channels (4 stereo, with jack & AES/EBU type 2 connectors) with MIDI in/out.
50 good, 1980s-type presets and a lot of parameters can...Read more on Audiofanzine
After trying them out in a store, I went directly back home to try them in their future environment.
Getting through the highway. Once home, I unpacked them and put them on on a home-made shelv...Read more on Audiofanzine
I use this attached to the mixer board and record a duo.
Can't find any pros for this product as it will not turn on now. Used it for 3 years and it slowly had problems turning on. I have seen ot...Read more on Audiofanzine
Certainly not high-end, and lacking in deep editing capability or anything much in the way of multi-FX, the unassuming 1201 still became something of a minor cult item amongst late-1990s home studi...Read more on Audiofanzine
Since April 2015 they're in my homestudio set, I've been discovering them progressively since then and I guess they certainly need an extra breaking time, still they're already really good.
Great ...Read more on Audiofanzine
Used in a rack. It's sturdy and convenient.
The preamps are good, so are the connectors, the 4 aux & 4 busses are really convenient on an analog mixer.
Enough channels for a beginner, but in the ...Read more on Audiofanzine
For which musical style and context (home studio, studio, etc.) do you currently use these speakers? With which amp ? What are their specifications ?
First thing, I shall mention I've used them ...Read more on Audiofanzine
Ive used this mic on many things including vocals. It works perfectly for anything in my opinion. It all depends on the sound you are going for in the end and if it sound good, why does it matter w...Read more on Audiofanzine
Je ne reviendrais pas sur les spéifications que l'on trouve partout!
Je l'utilise pour ma voix deux fonctions principalement:
* L'Egalisation, et le compresseur en permanence pour 'arrondir l...Read more on Audiofanzine
Outside ENG - travel podcasting - I record using a H4n - For travel work the value for money of this microphone is simply incredible. I purchased a shorter cable for (£25) nearly half the price of ...Read more on Audiofanzine
This is one of the best effects units i have in my collection it has 500 sound patches 250 can be edited and shaped to your liking what i find interesting about this unit is the unique pitchshifter...Read more on Audiofanzine
The H5 is super powerful; great built-in mics, great preamps, and the gain control knobs are a great step up from the H4n.
I highly recommend it, it offers a great quality and can be ...Read more on Audiofanzine
The sound quality is the best reverb on the market even by todays standards. I have used a strymon big sky and multiple reverb pedals, and reverb racks ( FX500 yamaha, ALESIS MIDIVERB 2, ALESIS Qua...Read more on Audiofanzine
This rack is wonderful, I would recommend always using an FX loop with this, or a Main In. I run this quadraverb PLUS with my strymon timeline into the fx loop of my AXE FX 2, it sounds amazing. th...Read more on Audiofanzine
This MV690 preamp is the first version of the MV691 and MV692. It can be used with M70 or M94 capsules, but also other models such as the omnidirectional M93.
Mine is equipped with a cardioid M70 ...Read more on Audiofanzine
In what context do you currently use this product?
I've been a live sound engineer since 1978 and I use it for that purpose on a regular basis.
How long have you used it?
For a few months n...Read more on Audiofanzine
I have been using less expensive equipment in my project studio for years now and my recordings have sounded... thin to say the least. I recently found out about Warm Audio WA-76 from my music s...Read more on Audiofanzine
I own 2 of these brilliant machines, both serviced when bought. Professional sound almost as good as my Fostex or Revox. I own quite a few reel to reel but I think the Teac is easy to use, the reco...Read more on Audiofanzine
I found this mic by pure chance, while I'd known the CX-516 and 508 for long. I now own four pairs of it.
I use it live, for overheads or to mike instruments up.
Very sensitive -like all conden...Read more on Audiofanzine
Just received it and gave it a quick try.
It weighs under 6 lbs, I got it to replace a xenius2222fx mixer, 2x15 and 2x31 equalizers, a stereo compressor, all in a flightcase + current supply.
I...Read more on Audiofanzine
I bought this compact gear as part of a sound system for my small, 5 to 7 band with several acoustic instruments, drums and sax.
I own the RACK XR 18 version. Really small, but a huge result.
The...Read more on Audiofanzine
Took a chance on the ML52-2 Ribbon and in a word, "Psyched". I mostly record acoustic and electric guitars in combination with my Neumann and AKG C414's. I set the Oktava quite a distance from the ...Read more on Audiofanzine
After an exhaustive search I took a chance on the Oktava ML 52-2 Ribbon Microphone. I was very pleasantly impressed with the sound of this Mic, far exceeded my hopes, in a word it is a Fantastic Mi...Read more on Audiofanzine
I owned this mixing console for 3 years.
It was interesting to have and learn to use such a hardware.
I personally consider it to be for knowledgeable and experienced users only, as it's n...Read more on Audiofanzine
-For what kind of music do you use this product? ?
I personally use it for electronic music (Industrial). There's no reason which wouldn't allow to use it for "extreme" (if I may say so) styles....Read more on Audiofanzine
I've had it for one day... Came from an Allen ZED14 which lacked "In"s for our blues band.
First use in rehearsal yesterday evening, no time for precise settings and yet it immediately delivered a...Read more on Audiofanzine
First, these seem well made, and sounded the best to my ears during auditions when doing a/b with other monitors. I recommend testing speakers with recorded music you know WELL; preferably somethi...Read more on Audiofanzine
This ‘ultramaximizer’ (essentially a look-ahead stereo mastering limiter) is the only digital unit to make the cut. Compression is one of those areas where DSP-based units have traditionally been ...Read more on Audiofanzine
I use the Evans as my main echo in the studio and live for "roots" Dub. In addition to looking good, it's sturdy. Speed is stabe, less unpredictible than a RE201 as far as the wow and compatible ta...Read more on Audiofanzine
Bought a mini condition B-ULS for my male vocals and acoustic guitars. Fantastic sounding mic. No EQ needed for my voice. Simply perfect. Small mic with a big sound. I've had so many large diaphrag...Read more on Audiofanzine