Reviews

KS-1974 Review

Way back at the NAMM Show in 2011 we played with the iconic-looking Emulator DVS system from SmithsonMartin – a huge translucent screen that...

Ivory II American Concert D Review

Since 2003, Synthogy has been developing a range of well-respected virtual pianos, all powered by the company’s own Ivory player, which reached its second...

INTEGRA-7 Review

Until fairly recently, studio workhorse instruments were generally hardware rather than software-based. Roland’s JV-1080, for example, was an incredibly popular general-purpose sound module that...

R&B Keyz Review

Despite a recent shift in pop and R&B music towards synth-based sounds, the humble piano still remains the instrument of choice for ballads and...

Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds Review

Following on from Hollywood Strings and Hollywood Brass (that latter was reviewed in Issue 107), Hollywood Orchestral Woodwinds (HOW) is the logical next step...

SC305 Review

The SC305 is Eve Audio’s most affordable three-way monitor system. The centrally located tweeter ensures that it’s equally at home in the middle position...

Cableguys Curve 2 Review

Cableguys are a German outfit making a small but growing range of software plug-ins, the latest of which is Curve 2, an update to...

Neve 88RLB Review

With the possible exception of SSL, Neve must be the best-known name in high-end mixing consoles. Ever since Rupert Neve designed and built his...
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