RECORDING’s December issue to the rescue! Our annual Buyer’s Guide is back, with a huge slate of great products. Remember that these aren’t press releases—they’re real mini-reviews, so you can buy with confidence. We’re bringing you over 30 products from (to name a few) API, Apogee, Eventide, GForce, Gibraltar, IsoAcoustics, Madrona Labs, Novation, RealiTone, Roswell Pro Audio, Samson, Shure, Tone2, Yamaha and Zoom! We’ll also have a slate of in-depth reviews of products from Avalon Design, Harrison, UBK, Ultimate Ears, and Westone, to name a few.
The gear joy doesn’t stop there: we’re also bringing you a wrap-up of the AES Convention in Los Angeles, with pages of new product announcements. And if that’s not enough, we have a double shot of Paul Stamler, with First Steps and an overview of great vintage mics that really should be brought back for an appreciative community.
All this plus Readers’ Tracks with Marty Peters, our regular monthly features, and more. Get yourself in the mood to give and receive with the December RECORDING!
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Check out these mini-reviews of 25 eminently giftable products from API, Apogee, Aston, Gibraltar, Grove Hill Audio, IsoAcoustics, Madrona Labs, Modartt, Novation, Radial Engineering, RealiTone, reFuse, Roswell Pro Audio, Samson, Shure, Spitfire A......Expand
Ears On: Ultimate Ears UE Pro Reference Remastered |
Created in conjunction with the engineers at Capitol Studios, these in-ear monitors deliver stunning quality you can take anywhere.
Ears On: Westone AM Pro Series |
A new approach to the problem of in-ear monitors isolating performers from their audience’s energy, with very musical results.
Avalon Design V5 |
What precisely is a DI-RE-Preamplifier? This is—and it does three vital studio jobs with plenty of style.
Plug-In Outlet: Eventide Tverb |
Tony Visconti pulled off an amazing studio trick when recording David Bowie in 1977... and it’s now available in plug-in form for a wide range of applications.
Reviewed & Revisited: Harrison Mixbus 32C |
The beloved mixdown DAW now brings the sound of one of the world’s most famous consoles to Windows, macOS... and Linux?!
2016 AES Convention Report |
AES returns to Los Angeles for its 141st Convention, and we bring you a nice selection of new recording gear from the show floor.
I’ve Got A Little List |
A recording engineer with decades of studio history dreams of nine mics (and one handy gizmo) that never should have gone away, and makes a holiday wish for their return.
Phase: A Primer. Part 1: What Is Phase? |
Sound moving in air from source to microphone is simultaneously elegant and very, very messy. We unravel what’s going on inside sound waves as they travel, and why some of what we record sounds yucky until we move a mic a half inch...
First Steps. Part 24: Tremendous Trifles And Fond Farewells |
Two years of columns and a whole lot of knowledge later, our professor takes a bow and leaves us with a collection of handy hints for our recording success.
Fade Out |
Ears Before Dollars: Listen Before You Spend.