Tag archive for ‘Hardware Effects’
GreenFatBustard
By MusicTech On Thursday, August 23rd, 2012
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Green Fat Bustard Review

As the company’s name implies, Thermionic Culture manufactures valve-driven equipment exclusively. Main man Vic Keary has been designing valve gear for over half a century, with one of his earliest presence-boost More...

Beat Thang - Isometric View 1st
By MusicTech On Thursday, August 23rd, 2012
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Beat Thang Review

Mobile production has evolved quite a lot over the years – we’ve certainly come a long way since the first portable multitracks. Even the classic laptop-and-audio interface setup seems dated: today you can use More...

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By MusicTech On Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
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POD HD Pro Review

The 2U rackmountable Line 6 POD HD Pro joins the bean-shaped POD HD and POD HD300, HD400 and HD500 floorboards in making up the new POD HD range. Like its siblings, the POD HD Pro has 22 HD amp models, 16 speaker More...

nightingale hi res
By MusicTech On Tuesday, August 14th, 2012
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The Nightingale Review

Back in Issue 99 we reviewed Thermionic Culture’s Freebird three-channel EQ, the first of the company’s 4U, half-rack units designed to form the basis of an all-valve modular system. Now we have the second of More...

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By MusicTech On Monday, July 16th, 2012
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Maag Audio EQ4 Review

The Plugin Alliance is a platform for purchasing and managing authorisations of a number of plug-ins that required iLok or other hardware solutions to run. It gives you a way to manage licenses as well as More...

hilo
By MusicTech On Monday, July 16th, 2012
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Lynx Hilo Review

  Not so long ago there was a marked divide between the world of professional A/D and D/A conversion and the market for prosumer audio interfaces. In short, high-quality converts attached themselves to More...

satur hires
By MusicTech On Monday, July 16th, 2012
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Satur-8 Review

  Polish company Looptrotter Audio Engineering is a relatively new contender in the pro-audio market, with this being the company’s second product to hit the shelves. The first – a hybrid tube/solid-state More...

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By MusicTech On Monday, July 16th, 2012
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Moog Minitaur Review

  Moog is one of the world’s most iconic synth makers, having helped to popularise the synthesizer decades ago and produced many instruments that have formed the basis of entire genres of music. Unlike More...

BG 1U Front
By MusicTech On Thursday, June 21st, 2012
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Broadhurst Gardens No.1U Review

          Once upon a time, in the days before digital recording, microphone preamps were almost exclusively a feature of your mixing console. These days, with so much work being done More...