Digidesign Pro Tools|HD

Sep 1, 2002, BY MICHAEL DENTEN AND ERIK HAWKINS

By now, you've probably heard of the new Pro Tools|HD system (the HD stands for High Definition) from Digidesign. There has certainly been enough talk...

AlterMedia Studio Suite 5

Aug 1, 2002, BY ANDREA ROTONDO HOSPIDOR

When Mix magazine called to ask if I'd like to test-drive AlterMedia's Studio Suite Version 5 studio-management software, I jumped at the chance. For...

Schoeps DSP-4P

Aug 1, 2002, BY TY FORD

The Schoeps DSP-4P ($3,850) is described by the company as a digital microphone processor for the PolarFlex system. What does the PolarFlex system do,...

Tascam US-428 Computer Controller/Interface

Aug 1, 2002, BY GEORGE PETERSEN

Tascam's US-428 is a multipurpose unit combining onboard 16/24-bit converters (44.1 or 48 kHz), audio-to-USB conversion, a MIDI interface and a mix control...

SPL Kultube

Aug 1, 2002, BY BARRY RUDOLPH

New equipment from Sound Performance Lab is always worth checking out, as the company always offers unique approaches to complex audio processing with...

Snapshot Product Reviews

Aug 1, 2002

CAD M9 Cardioid Tube Microphone When everybody in the audio biz goes one way, CAD always comes up with something different. This time, that something...

Audio Ease Altiverb 1.4

Jul 1, 2002, BY ERIK HAWKINS

The ability to sample the reverb of an environment and then use that sample to recreate the location's reverb in your studio is an amazing engineering...

Mackie HR624/HRS120

Jul 1, 2002, BY ROBERT HANSON

It's no secret that near-field monitoring has its limitations. Creating an accurate listening environment in less-than-ideal surroundings can be a maddening...

MOTU Digital Performer

Jul 1, 2002, BY ERIK HAWKINS

Have you ever wished for a way to record takes without cluttering up your hard drive with files? Many of today's best digital audio sequencers have some...

Alesis ADAT HD24

Jul 1, 2002, BY MICHAEL COOPER

It's been almost two years since the first modular, 24-bit/24-track hard disk recorders were introduced to the pro audio world. The Alesis ADAT HD24 ($2,499...

Royer R-122

Jul 1, 2002, BY MICHAEL COOPER

Until now, fans of ribbon mics have had to put up with the historic drawbacks of such transducer designs, including low-output level (usually requiring...

Propellerhead Software Reason

Jun 1, 2002, BY LEN SASSO

Although Reason is designed for speed, its versatility can at first be daunting. With all that virtual gear at your fingertips, finding your way around,...

Eventide Eclipse

Jun 1, 2002, BY MARK FRINK

The Eventide Eclipse is the company's first single-rackspace effects processor, a must-have for those who need to fit Harmonizer processing into a crowded...

DPA Microphones 3532-T

Jun 1, 2002, BY BARRY RUDOLPH

The DPA Microphones 3532-T stereo microphone kit is a great introduction to recording with spaced-pair, omnidirectional microphones. Packaged in a spill-proof,...

Antares Vocal Producer AVP-1

Jun 1, 2002, BY NICK BATZDORF

You see plug-in versions of hardware products all the time, but it's almost man bites dog for a company to come out with hardware versions of their software...

Ableton Live 1.0

Jun 1, 2002, BY DAVE HILL, JR.

In October 2001, Ableton released one of the first software applications designed specifically for live performance, Live 1.0. Now, with the imminent...

TECHNOLOGY SPOTLIGHT: Yamaha 02R96

May 1, 2002, George Petersen

In 1995, Yamaha kicked off a not-so-quiet revolution with its original 02R, a 20-bit/48kHz digital console with moving faders, instantaneous reset of...

BLUE Baby Bottle

May 1, 2002, BY BARRY CLEVELAND

Every microphone created by Baltic Latvian Universal Electronics (BLUE) is a work of art, visually as well as sonically, so it's hardly surprising that...

MOTU Digital Performer 3.02

May 1, 2002, BY ERIK HAWKINS

Mark of the Unicorn's Digital Performer has been a staple in my production studio ever since I connected MIDI instruments to an 8MHz Mac SE computer....

Native Instruments Spektral Delay 1.0

May 1, 2002, BY BARRY RUDOLPH

Spektral Delay is a Pro Tools stereo delay plug-in that divides incoming audio into up to 1,024 discrete frequency bands with separate modulation effects,...

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