Austrian Audio announces that its new large diaphragm microphone, the OC818, will be displayed for the first time at the AES NY show. Read on for more details...
These compact and portable audio recording interfaces from MOTU have everything you need to capture audio on the move, and they're attractively priced, too.
This tiny, free system add-on could save you hours of fruitless audio patching. Read on to find out how.
Steinberg launches a new range of USB 3.0 audio interfaces, each featuring different input/output capabilities, overall robust build quality, premium audio and a comprehensive software bundle.
By blending close and distant mics when recording drums you can get complete control over the depth and tone of your drum sound. Learn how in this video.
Mic types, which stand to choose and how to prevent plosives are just some of the techniques explained in this short video on setting up your podcast system.
Rode's latest wireless mic system embraces USB-C, integrated omnidirectional pickup and flexible mounting among many other clever features. Hollin Jones put it to work.
Could this advanced, AI-assisted mix console be the future of recording and mixing? The folks at Midas certainly hope so...
The latest addition to NI's family of audio interfaces adds more I/O, MIDI, dual headphone outs and a generous software bundle. Hollin Jones put it through its paces.
‘Hot-rodded’ hardware included from the ground up to include six ARM-based DSP processors makes this new audio interface from Antelope a formidable beast indeed.
The third generation of Focusrite's Scarlett audio interfaces brings upgraded preamps, more flexible I/O and more features that make it hard to beat. Hollin Jones found out why.
Analog gear never went away, and its popularity is on the rise again. So in a world of digital, why would you turn to the analog domain? Here are 5 good reasons...
Steinberg's Retrologue 2 and an updated Cubase 10 LE are the latest additions to Audient's ARC offer of free software when you register hardware online. Here's the details.
The sound of analog gear is as popular as ever, but integrating it into your DAW setup might seem daunting. Not so, as Joe Albano explains in this handy guide.
The Avid S4 is designed to bring the workflow of the Avid S6 to smaller facilities and project studios, and the S1 is a compact 8-fader controller for use with an iPad and the Pro Tools Control app.