Tag archive for ‘Mixer’
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By Andy Price On Monday, May 13th, 2013
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Awesome Channel Amplifier Review

When you call the results of two-and-a-half years of product development ‘Awesome Channel Amplifier’, it had better be just that. So says the Awesome Transistor Amplifier Company – and we totally agree. Price £1,320 Contact KMR More...

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By Andy Price On Tuesday, February 5th, 2013
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Line 6 StageScape M20d Review

Essentially, mixing console design hasn’t really changed all that much. Go back to the old EMI consoles such as the REDD.51 and you can see the basic design beginning to take shape, with modern consoles all based More...

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By MusicTech On Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
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ZED60-14FX Mixer Review

Allen & Heath’s ZED mixer series is now 14 strong and this mixer is one of two models fitted with 60mm channel faders. The other ZED desks have either volume pots or larger 100mm faders. The pots facilitate More...

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By MusicTech On Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
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Mackie DL1608 Review

The line between mobile technology and professional music equipment continues to blur, as iOS devices become increasingly used not just as sketchpads, but serious professional tools. Granted, in this context they More...

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By MusicTech On Tuesday, September 11th, 2012
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Reason 6.5 Review

For much of its life, Reason was quite unique in the music technology world. It was a MIDI sequencer that didn’t record audio and didn’t have native support for plug-ins but was nonetheless incredibly popular. More...

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By MusicTech On Monday, August 13th, 2012
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Pro16FX Review

You’d think that in an ideal world, any midrange mixing desk would serve the demands of the project recording studio as well as those of a small to medium-size gig. So in terms of the necessary functionality, More...

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By MusicTech On Wednesday, May 16th, 2012
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01V96i Review

Yamaha’s digital consoles are a common sight in small-to-medium-size venues. They’re both reliable and easy to use, and although not having a single knob for each function might be a little confusing at first, More...

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By MusicTech On Wednesday, April 20th, 2011
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MultiMix 8 USB FX Review

Alesis’ new USB mixing desk and audio interface offers a lot of essential features for the small project studio – at a small project studio-friendly price! The key feature of this most recent addition to the More...

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By MusicTech On Thursday, February 17th, 2011
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Nucleus

Solid State Logic – or SSL as it is more usually known – is a highly regarded manufacturer of mixing consoles, many of which grace some of the world’s top studios. Its latest offering, the Nucleus, is designed More...