Kush Audio’s UBK-1 aims to deliver character and colour rather than audio precision. Mark Cousins feels the squeeze.
Is the flagship model of Lewitt’s Authentica series a case of Lewitt
or leave it? Huw Price finds out.
If you need a guiding hand or simply a good mix fast, EZmix 2 could be just what you need. Alex Holmes assesses its talents.
Garritan’s latest release aims to help musicians of all abilities produce music quickly and easily. Keith Gemmell keeps score.
Acoustic drums are tricky to record, but Slate Digital reckons it might have the answer. Hollin Jones rocks out with SSD 4.
sE’s 2200 models have long been its best-selling products. Now there’s
a new one. Huw Price sounds it out.
Does newer tech just make our jobs easier or can it offer something new to throw into the mix? Liam O’Mullane finds out.
In many ways, it can be easier to understand sound when you can see it… Liam O’Mullane explores a different approach.
Fanfare presents a unique take on the sound of the Blue Devils Marching Band. Mark Cousins polishes his brass.
Hot on the heels of the Freebird comes yet more all-valve gear from the Thermionic stable. John Pickford hears it sing.
Does Universal Audio’s new Voice of God deliver the ultimate low-end lift? Mark Cousins moves some air…
Featuring three world-class players, is Spitfire’s latest release the definitive library of its kind? Keith Gemmell goes solo.
Joining Korg’s original Monotron are two newcomers cast in the same mold. Alex Holmes experiences analogue heaven.