AMS Neve! - 13/01/2020

Introducing the AMS RMX16 500 Series Module!

The legendary sound of the AMS RMX16 Digital Reverb is back.

Nearly 40 years since making its debut on the professional recording scene, the iconic AMS RMX16 Digital Reverberation System is being relaunched in hardware format as part of our popular rack-mounted 500 Series.

In keeping with its predecessor, which was the world’s first microprocessor-controlled, full-bandwidth digital reverberator, the new RMX16 500 Digital Reverb Module is designed to be musical rather than simply implementing mathematical algorithms. Great care has also been taken to replicate the complex sonic characteristics of the original unit’s analogue and converter circuitry, which played a big part in the overall sound.

From the outset the AMS RMX16 was designed by ear, with each program tuned and re-tuned to provide as wide a “sweet-spot” of settings as possible by means of “carpet graph” parameter tables, interactively linked control by control. These design principles are key to its longevity and have been carried forward to the new RMX16 500 to ensure that it replicates the original’s outstanding performance.

Key features include:

- An 18kHz bandwidth, allowing it to also be used as a high-quality digital delay line.
- 90dB dynamic range and 0.03% distortion in delay mode.
- Adjustable input and output levels for optimum signal to noise performance.
- Low power consumption (and therefore cool running).
- Independent control of each program’s fundamental reverberant parameters.
- Nudge buttons to increment or decrement data for all selectable reverberation functions.
- Alphanumeric program descriptions for ease of use when storing or recalling information for the unit’s memory.
- New rotary push encoder enabling all parameters and settings to be adjusted by ear.
- New wet/dry mix blend function.
- New save/recall feature with 100 user-defined memory slots.

Cort! - 07/11/2019

With the introduction of the Gold-OC6, Cort Guitars expands its flagship acoustic-electric series by reducing the body size.
This latest addition to the Gold Series offers a smaller body with the full, rich tone that has earned this collection its marketplace recognition.

Universal Audio! - 31/10/2019

Meet the New Apollo Twin X!

Reborn to Make Records.

With new elite‑class audio conversion, two Unison-enabled preamps, and Realtime UAD plug‑in processing, the new Apollo Twin X confidently outperforms everything in its class.

Built upon UA’s 60‑year heritage of audio craftsmanship, Apollo Twin X gives you a fully‑stocked analog studio — all in a desktop Thunderbolt 3 audio interface for Mac and Windows.

PSI Audio! - 31/10/2019

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Beginner Guitar HQ! - 25/10/2019

The Best Audio Interface…

Audio interfaces are amazing inventions, they allow users to plug in microphones and instruments and record to one of the many digital audio workstation software packages available. Perhaps the idea of you recording some tracks that you’re written, or putting out some music with your band is quite scary because studios are quite expensive right?

The technology has advanced to a point where it has become incredibly easy for us to gain access to studio quality equipment that we can use in our own homes and get the same results.

If you are setting up a home studio an audio interface is an essential piece of gear. The audio interface is the brain of the operation and will convert your analog signals into digital information.

Audio interfaces are typically connected to a computer or laptop via a USB cable. You may also find some manufacturers offer a Firewire, Thunderbolt or PCI Card option. Firewire and Thunderbolt connections are not as common and PCI cards are only really recommended if you are leaving this set up all the time, for instance, in a commercial studio.

USB interfaces come in a range of sizes from 2 inputs to 24 inputs. The advantage to USB is that it is widely compatible with most computers/laptops and the smaller interfaces are very portable meaning you can take your studio anywhere in the world with you.

Let’s look at 10 great and affordable audio interfaces that you can use to start recording today.

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