Field Test: AKG C414B-XLS and C414B-XL II Microphones

Sep 1, 2004, By Barry Rudolph

Since 1971, the original C 414 Comb's birth date, AKG has upgraded, optimized and improved this studio standard's specs and feature set when better electronic...

Field Test: JBL LSR6328P/LSR6312SP Speakers

Aug 1, 2004, By George Petersen

Five years ago, Mix checked out JBL's award-winning LSR (Linear Spatial Reference) Series monitors. Designed for stereo listening (with or without a matching...

Field Test: Princeton Digital/Eventide Reverb 2016

Aug 1, 2004, By Kevin Becka

Designed by Tony Agnello, the Eventide original SP2016 digital reverb was stellar for its day. The name referred to SP for signal processor and 2016 for...

Field Test: Crane Song Ibis EQ

Aug 1, 2004, By Michael Cooper

The discrete, Class-A, solid-state Crane Song Ibis ($4,500 list) embodies a new approach to the equalizer's time-honored user interface and feature set....

Field Test: Tannoy Ellipse 10 Studio Monitors

Aug 1, 2004, By Barry Rudolph

Tannoy's Ellipse 10 monitors make bold statements on many levels beyond their futuristic-looking yet functional cabinet styling. The three-way powered...

Field Test: Digidesign DigiDelivery Network System

Aug 1, 2004, By K.K. Proffitt

Although many people (including myself) never saw the point of musical collaboration via the now-defunct Rocket Network, in retrospect, it's obvious that...

Field Test: Electro-Harmonix NY-2A Tube Compressor

Aug 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

The Electro-Harmonix NY-2A vacuum tube compressor/limiter is impressive. Inside this $2,995 stereo unit is a mix of modern, retro and audiophile parts,...

Field Test: Voxengo Pristine Space Reverb Plug-In

Aug 1, 2004, By Barry Rudolph

Voxengo's Pristine Space (MSRP: $139) is an 8-channel, native PC VST convolution reverb plug-in with extensive routing capabilities and several latency...

Snapshot Product Reviews

Aug 1, 2004

NEUMANN BCM 104 Side-Address Broadcast Mic The death grip that the RE20 and RE27 N/D have on the radio and TV station announce market is legendary. Neumann's...

Field Test: SSL XLogic Channel

Jul 1, 2004, By Erik Zobler

Solid State Logic consoles populate many of the top studios in the world. Now, the company offers every studio that SSL sound for a fraction of the cost...

Field Test: A Designs Audio MP-2r Microphone Preamplifier

Jul 1, 2004, By Michael Cooper

The A Designs Audio MP-2r ($2,650 list) is a higher-gain version of the company's MP-2 tube preamp, adding an additional 14 dB of gain capability to the...

Snapshot Product Reviews

Jul 1, 2004

SABINE SWM7000 SERIES Smart Spectrum Wireless System Wireless technology has turned into a cat-and-mouse game, as once-clear frequencies become more crowded...

Field Test: Sony C-38B Microphone

Jul 1, 2004, By Barry Rudolph

Sony's C-38B is certainly one of the oldest new mics around. The lineage of this latest version goes back to 1965, when Sony unveiled the successor to...

Aaton Cantar-X Field Recorder With Mixer

Jun 1, 2004, By Eddie Ciletti

The Cantar-X field recorder, designed by French film camera maker Aaton, covers almost every conceivable requirement for video and film, with multichannel...

Solid State Logic AWS 900

Jun 1, 2004, By George Petersen

Mention the name Solid State Logic and images of huge, high-end, high-ticket mixers immediately come to mind. Yet at the recent NAB show in Las Vegas,...

Focusrite Platinum TwinTrak Pro

Jun 1, 2004, BY NICK BATZDORF

The newest member in Focusrite's Platinum Series is a 2U channel strip/monitor mixer combination that promises to have everything you'll need to record,...

Wunder Audio PEQ1 Mic Pre/EQ

Jun 1, 2004, By Michael Cooper

In 1971, Led Zeppelin bass and keyboard player John Paul Jones ordered a custom-built console for his recording studio. Decades later, Wunder Audio owner...

Prism Sound Dream ADA-8 8-Channel Converters

Jun 1, 2004, By K. K. Proffitt

Prism Sound Dream converters are well known in mastering circles for their transparency and detail, and the ADA-8 continues the tradition of fine design...

KRK Rokit RP-5 Powered Studio Monitors

Jun 1, 2004, By Barry Rudolph

The KRK Rokit Powered Studio Monitors intrigued me because of their incredibly low price. I received the RP-5s, the smallest pair in the line, which sell...

Field Test: Solid State Logic XLogic Multichannel Compressor

May 1, 2004, By K.K. Proffitt

Solid State Logic continues the modern tradition of large-console manufacturers by adding processor units to its inventory with the latest release of the XLogic series, which employs the Grammy-winning SuperAnalogue technology introduced with the SL 9000 for excellent bandwidth and dynamic range, as well as surface-mount technology for compact profiles....

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