Digital audio workstation offering audio recording functionality, world-class virtual instruments, effects, and thousands of high quality audio samples and loops.
The VT-737SP has three input selections: 1. The VT-737SP features a higher-performance microphone input transformer with +48v phantom selection. 2. Instrument DI high source input with jack located on front panel. 3. Balanced line input, discrete high-level Class A. The Class A preamplifier utilizes two cascaded, dual vacuum tube triodes configured with minimum negative feedback. A high gain switch boosts the overall gain of the preamplifier. The four high quality tubes are configured as singled ended anode coupled followers. A passive-variable high pass filter and hard-wire relay bypass completes the input signal conditioning. The phase reverse relay is available on all three inputs.
Focusrite's ISA 428 four channel mic pre houses Focusrite's popular warm and transparent sound. A must have in the studio.
The R84 is a passive ribbon microphone that shares many of the unique sound characteristics with its historic predecessor, the R44. The result is a new microphone with a classic sound. The R84 produces rich and full low-mids, a smooth top end, and has a well-behaved bidirectional pickup pattern.
Boasts an airy sound as well as a high overload limit, this handcrafted capsule and the low-noise preamp electronics ensure impressive results even under very harsh conditions.
The 57a is a dynamic mic with a simple and rugged construction that can handle very high sound pressure levels.
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.
The ARP Odyssey Duophonic Analogue Synthesizer was one of the most popular synths in the seventies, and rivalled Moog's Minimoog as the discerning musicians' favourite synth. With Korg resurrecting it at NAMM 2015, it is once again one of the most poller synths around to this day.
The Xpander is a six-voice desktop version of the Matrix 12 with which it shares an identical voice architecture. In many ways they are the most flexible non-modular analog synths ever built. Each voice has five LFOs, each with about five different wave shapes, plus the ability to sample most other modulators; five envelopes that can repeat themselves, sync to an LFO, and so on; a lag processor (like portamento, but more general); three tracking generators (that apply a series of linear functions to a value over its range); some ramp generators (the attack portion of an envelope); a 15-mode filter and a user interface to make all of this accessible.
One of the coolest instruments out there, The Vocoder shapes its envelope and filters by any sound source fed into it, your voice or even a drum loop can be used which is then applied to another sound source, typically a synth pad. This creates a very unique and famous robot-like sound.
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