Shure Super 55 Review Live Vocal Microphone

Aug 18, 2010, By George Petersen

After more than 70 years in production, Shure’s (shure.com) Unidyne 55 Series is surely the longest-running product in audio history. The story begins in 1937 with Shure engineer Benjamin Bauer looking for a single-capsule approach to create a unidirectional microphone. ...

2CAudio Aether 1.5 (Mac/Win) Review

Aug 18, 2010, By Michael Cooper

I’ve been a big fan of 2CAudio’s Aether algorithmic reverb since its introduction last year. Version 1.5 boasts improved sound quality and terrific new features, and is a free update for owners of previous versions...

Focal CMS40 Powered Monitors Review

Aug 18, 2010, By Kevin Becka

Focal makes automotive, pro audio and audiophile speakers that range from the Grande Utopia EM monitors, which cost as much as a house, to the company’s latest—and most affordable—studio speaker, the CMS40....

Audio-Technica AT4080 Active Ribbon Microphone Review

Aug 18, 2010, By Russ Long

In just more than a decade, the migration of ribbon mics into manufacturers’ product lines has rapidly increased, Audio-Technica unveiled its first ribbon mics—the AT4080 and AT4081—last year....

JZ Microphones V47, V67 Vintage Series Review

Jul 27, 2010, By Kevin Becka

Designed by Juris Zarins and made in Latvia, JZ Microphones created its V67 and V47 models with a vintage pedigree in mind. The designer sought to offer a “new and renewed” view of the legendary sound of Neumann’s U47 and U67 tube microphones...

JoeCo BlackBox Recorder Review

Jul 27, 2010, By Kevin Becka

JoeCo is a new startup founded by Joe Bull, who founded SADiE, the UK-based company that offers high-end DAW solutions for music, post, broadcast and mastering. When SADiE was purchased by Prism Sound last year, Bull moved on to produce the BlackBox recorder, the first new product released under the JoeCo banner....

Fink Analog Audio CS2-FA Tube Dual Channel Strip Review

Jul 27, 2010, By Barry Rudolph

Veteran UREI and Universal Audio engineer Dennis Fink uses single-ended Class-A dual-triode tube gain blocks in the CS2-FA, a two-rackspace unit with two complete recording channel strips. Each strip has a Bill Putnam–inspired tube console mic pre...

Little Labs VOG Bass Resonance Tool Review

Jun 24, 2010, By Kevin Becka

Jonathan Little, the brains behind Little Labs, has a knack for creating sonic tools that solve problems in unique ways—such as his IBP Phase-Alignment Tool, the PCP Instrument Distro and the Lmnopre mic preamp—and provide engineers with better ways of doing high-quality work. ...

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