Bring your work into world of analog with this 2 track tape machine. Perfect for adding warmth and harmonics.
The Dynaudio BM15A monitors are a compact and accurate full range system with very tight and controlled response.
Few compact loudspeakers offer such a clean uncoloured performance and remarkable transparency. With virtually flat frequency response and negligible distortion, the Studio 100 is one of the most accomplished compact performers on the market today.
A prominent mid range and incredibly focused sound monitoring system.
Few equalizers enjoy the respect and admiration of the coveted API 550A. Designed by the now-legendary Saul Walker in the late '60s, the discrete 550A was first used as a modular OEM equalizer. As the industry rapidly embraced the sonic quality of the 550A, it quickly found its way into many custom console designs by Frank DeMedio and other leading engineers. Many of these consoles are still in use today.
The DS201 is a sophisticated dual channel noise gate incorporating a number of features pioneered by Drawmer, which are invaluable to the sound engineer, and not found on conventional noise gates. Its features and its "user friendliness" have made it the "industry standard" throughout the world.
The EL-8 compressor can emulate the warm vintage sound we all love. It also adds excitement and life to any mix with it's digitally controlled analogue circuitry.
The instantly recognisable compression characterises of the Neve 33609 are that of very smooth and sumptuous compression sounds, that even at extreme settings is still able to maintain an excellent degree of transparency.
Released in 1969, the LA-3A marked the departure from the tube design of the LA‑2A, incorporating concepts from the UA's solid-state driven 1176LN Limiting Amplifier, while harnessing the LA‑2A's optical compression design.
The AMS RMX16 was the world's first microprocessor-controlled, full-bandwidth, digital reverberator. Heard on hundreds — if not thousands — of seminal recordings from the 1980s onward, the RMX16 is still found in nearly every major recording studio the world over.
In 1957, German company EMT made a breakthrough in audio technology with the release of the EMT 140 plate reverb, which utilized a resonating metal plate to create ambience. Nothing is quite like the wonderfully lush and distinctive tone of plate reverb, which still endures as part of the fabric of modern music.
Usually seen sitting on top of the console in many studios, the 480L reverb was released in 1986. Lexicon are considered to be the pioneers of digital reverb, so you can expect some excellent sounds from this unit.
The Eventide H3000 Ultra-Harmonizer is a family of products based around a multi-purpose programmable, digital audio signal processor. The Eventide H3000 is fully MIDI controllable, with click less, real-time MIDI control. This amazing device has all these effects, and more, at your ﬁnger tips.
Boasting a low noise level with life-long stability, the C-451 E is a newly developed condenser microphone using audio frequency circuitry with Field Effect Transistors.
The D 12 E provides full, rich bass and ensures clean, undistorted reproduction at high sound levels. Its unique sound established the D 12 as the world’s standard microphone for bass drum and bass instrument Recording. With a frequency response extending down to 40 Hz, and a slight peak in the 60 to 120 Hz range, the microphone does full justice to instruments ranging from Kick drums to Trombones.
The D19 was a cardioid dynamic microphone manufactured by AKG in the 1960s. It is famous today for its use at Abbey Road studios during numerous Beatles recording sessions, most notably as a drum overhead mic for Ringo Starr.
The Coles 4038 Studio Ribbon Microphone is a British Broadcasting (BBC) design favourite for broadcasting and recording applications. It is used where a clear smooth wide range frequency response, absence of transient distortion and relatively high sensitivity is essential.
A firm favourite among broadcasters and sound engineers alike, the RE20 is a dynamic cardioid microphone with variable-D design, a heavy-duty internal pop filter, and an internal element shock-mount which reduces vibration-induced noise.
An essential contributor to sound recordings of the 1960s and 1970s this microphone decisively affected the spatial dimension of the sound and the tonal depth of countless productions.
The Neumann U47 - one of the most famous vocal microphones since the late 40's. With a clear and pronounced high end this mic is favoured for vocals.
The Neumann U 67 is a multipattern large-diaphragm condenser microphone with a tube-and-transformer topology. It was introduced by Neumann in 1960 with the intention of replacing the U 47 in Neumann’s product line.
The Neumann U87 features 3 switchable polar patterns and has a -10dB pad. A very popular microphone.
Unlike classic ribbon mics, the R-121 withstands close proximity to cranked up electric guitars and drums, whilst sharing similarities such as the figure of 8 pattern, warm tone, and a flat frequency response.
The MD 441 U is a microphone of exceptional quality: its acoustic properties come as close as possible to those of a condenser microphone. Accurate signal response and low distortion are ensured, even with the highest sound pressure levels.
Optimized for low-frequency bass punch and high-power SPL handling, the Beta 52A's supercardioid design provides maximum isolation from other onstage sounds.
The legendary SM57 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic microphone tuned for the clean reproduction of amplified and acoustic instruments. The SM57 is ideal for sound reinforcement and recording applications.
The legendary SM58 is an industry-standard, highly versatile cardioid dynamic vocal microphone, tailored to deliver warm and clear vocal reproduction. The SM58 is consistently the first choice for vocal performances around the globe.
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