Hardware Instruments

Review: Behringer MS-101

With the continuing emergence of products inspired by legendary hardware from Behringer, we strap in and get our hands on its new MS-101, and place it side by side with an original SH-101.

Review: Roland JU-06A

Roland’s Limited Edition JU-06 provided a Juno-106 experience in a Boutique-sized module. Now comes the JU-06A, a portable, hybrid Juno-60 and 106 combined. Jono Buchanan turns button-pusher.

Review: SSL SiX

SSL is seeking to prove that good things really do come in small bundles with this compact desktop mixer featuring the benefits of a fully fledged studio console…

Review: Steinberg AXR4T

The Steinberg AXR4T interface is an impressively featured, great-sounding and competitively priced high-resolution audio interface that integrates closely with Cubase.

Review: Behringer Odyssey

In the world of inspirational synthesisers, there are a select few that command the mantle ‘legendary’. Behringer revisits one of the finest examples in the next chapter of a synth odyssey…
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