Studio & Recording Gear

Review: Dynaudio Core 7

Core 7 is the 2-way and entry-level speaker in Dynaudio’s top-end monitor range. Is it as good as its much larger and more expensive sibling?

Review: Thermionic Culture Snow Petrel

Thermionic’s new two-channel valve preamp is designed to be an indispensable unit for ribbon mic processing and could, quite possibly, be one of the very best additions to our outboard arsenal.

Review: AMS Neve RMX16 500 Series

With a legacy enshrined in studio history, the RMX16 has finally found renewed life in software, and now, in a 500 Series physical hardware unit. Can you hear an echo?

Review: Dynaudio Core 59

Core is Dynaudio’s new top-end range for serious home and project studios. With a seriously big sound (and price), should they be central to your studio?

Review: Arturia AudioFuse 8Pre

The latest addition to Arturia’s interface range looks impressive, but does it push the boundaries of budget multi-channel preamp recording and meet Arturia’s award-winning lineage of high-end analog quality?

Review: Austrian Audio OC18 and OC818

These two microphones from Austrian Audio share the same capsule and have a distinctive look. Let’s put them both to the test and see how they compare to each other, and similar mics.

Review: Thonet & Vander Kurbis BT

Flexible and cheap wired and Bluetooth speakers that offer the best of both worlds for connectivity, and a decent sound – at lower levels – for the money.

Review: AKG K371 Headphones

We’ve tested some very expensive headphones from AKG in the past, but the new K371s look like great value for money. Are they worth monitoring with?
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Review: Ashun Sound Machines Hydrasynth

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