Enter the competition for the chance to win special edition ADAM hardware including A7X monitors, SP-5 headphones and T5V speakers. Here's how.
Get a license for Reference 4 Headphone Edition completely free when you register your Focusrite hardware, until October 1st. Here's how it works.
These three modules - Listen 4, Listen 4Q and Listen IO for Eurorack, provide flexible ways to monitor, mix and record sound from your system. Here's what you need to know about them.
With up to 4K resolution, battery power, multiple I/O and even the ability to charge other devices, this standalone portable monitor might just be the answer to mobile musicians' prayers.
Avantone's CLA-10 passive monitors get a new powered option and there's also the new CLA-200 power amp to go with them. Could it be a match made in sonic heaven?
Self-calibration, 100W of power and technology derived from the ARC system are just a few of the things IK has added to its new, upgraded iLoud MTM monitors.
Imperfect monitoring environments can affect any producer - but now ADAM Audio and Sonarworks are working on a solution. Here's what they're up to.
With its striking new industrial design, accurate imaging and off-axis response, the FX series is a worthy sequel to the Fader Series.
These new in-ear reference headphones from Reftone and Stealth Sonics aim to bring a new level of sonic realism to your monitoring sessions.
Passive Cardioid Technology is new from Fulcrum Acoustic and the company claims it deals with unwanted sound radiation from loudspeakers. Could it be true?
Large monitors generally take up the most space in a small music studio or studio desk space. Samsung have created a flexible solution to this with their new Space Monitors.
Almost every mix decision you make is based on information from your speakers. Here's how you should be positioning and spacing them - and yourself - for the perfect sweet spot.
Submit your 30-second soundtrack to ADAM for the chance to win custom A8X monitors, SP-5 headphones and T5V monitors.
Following on from the recent release of the CLA-10 nearfield passive monitors that 'faithfully' emulate the Yamaha NS-10 studio monitors, Avantone Pro have made a complimenatry amplifier, the CLA-200.
Designed for music performance but equally at home with casual listening, the Natus One system promises ultra low latency, lossless Bluetooth audio. Can it be true?