More big news from Behringer is out of the bag. This time we're not talking synths but a rather tasty looking full stereo digital mixing console called Wing.
Although digital recording is now commonplace, there’s still a vocal minority of musicians sticking with analog. But which is better? Here are 3 ways digital is superior, and 2 it's not.
Mixing isn't just something you do at the end of a production, but how much of it should you be doing as you go along? Hollin Jones has some wise words of advice...
In part 2, Shane Berry continues his exploration into the science and psychology of the current conundrum for music producers: Which is better: analog or digital?
The new 40-input Soundcraft Si Impact is a digital mixer with 40 inputs, mixing via iPad with built-in STagebox Connectivity, Ableton Live 9 Lite included, and so much more!
The world of compact digital mixing consoles just got a shot in the arm with the introduction (well shipping) of Yamaha's new TF series, featuring motor faders, plenty of analog inputs and much more.
If you've been considering a new mixing desk then you'll likely have come across the PreSonus StudioLive AI Series. Here's the good news: the AI series and Nimbit now support 96kHz via a free update.
Softube have updated a new version of their plug-ins for Console 1, bringing it to 2.1.45 and brings the new channel—the Solid State Logic XL 9000 K-Series for Console 1 and other requested features.
Mackie tell us we can now control everything from anywhere with their Mackie DL32R Digital Live Sound Mixer. It promises complete wireless control of a powerful 32-channel digital mixing platform.
What could possibly be better than one StudioLive AI mixer? Well two of course! PreSonus' have enabled us to add (cascade) one StudioLive AI mixer with another for upto 64-channels!
You might think you know about hands-on mixing systems, but Softube has come up with something that might change your mind. Hollin Jones unwraps Console 1…
What comes to mind when you think about the sound of analog tape? Warmth, punch, low-end beef, controlled distortion? Grammy-nominated Rich Tozzoli shows how digital doesn't need to sound digital!
You've probably seen the new digital mixing boards where the band plugs into a patch bay on stage that is controlled via an ethernet cable to a FOH mixing board.