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.
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.
Antelope Audio''s Discrete 4 Synergy Core represents a more affordable way to get into the company's world of top-grade audio recording and DSP FX. Joe Albano put it to work.
Bandlab continues to expand its offering into the hardware space with a range of affordable, plug-and-play audio recording interfaces. Here's the inside story.
This free update to Røde's professional podcasting system adds much-requested multitrack audio recording direct to SD card and more. Find out more and download it here.
Audio recording specialists Audient have teamed up with Two Notes Audio Engineering to create Sonos, an affordable interface made specially for guitarists.
Understanding the fundamentals of how digital audio recording works is the first step to making great recordings in Logic Pro X. Booker Edwards Jr is here to show you how it's done.
We've all heard of dithering but not everyone knows how important it can be to getting a clean, distortion-free mix and master. Joe Albano tells you how, why and when to use it.
Direct or D.I boxes are a staple of live performance and recording. Matt Vanacoro explains why it's important to choose the right one for the job.
Boxed Ear have announced a new arrival on the music software scene! Introducing... Hearken: a fresh take on audio recording software for Mac. It's streamlined, efficient, and always ready to record.
Tascam's latest in the line of 24-Track Digital Portastudio's looks to maintain ease of use to help musicians stay creative. Features include 8 XLR mic inputs, color LCD, and effects.
Fresh from their labs, Focusrite's Saffire Pro 26 offers audio recording at 24-bit/96kHz with four Focusrite preamps, 18 in/8 out, using FireWire or Thunderbolt. Expect a review at AskAudio Mag soon..
Most of us have an in-the-box software-based solution for recording, editing and mixing. And that's great. But, if you're missing that analog warmth, here's how you can add that to your DAW setup.
You may be familiar with Ben Burtt who created the Star Wars light sabre sounds. Well, his son, Benny Burtt, is just as talented and is making a name for himself as a sound editor for big films, too.
iZotope's Nectar Elements is designed for the singer/songwriter/producer recording vocals on a budget. Lynda Arnold plugs in and tests out this suite. Find out if she sings its praises in this review.