Archive for Hardware
Musikmesse is approaching and Two Notes is celebrating this with a special. As the fancy picture says: Torpedo C.A.B. + Torpedo PI-101 WoS + Free upgrade to Torpedo Wall of Sound III for the price of €375.50. Citizens of the world, go here for more details. Citizens of Canada and US (which for some reason [...]
IK Multimedia keeps coming at us with more offers (here are a few ones reported about recently), this time it’s free virtual instruments with purchase of the iRig MIDI controller. From now through April 30, 2013, get a FREE IK Virtual Instrument of your choice when you purchase and register an iRig KEYS MIDI controller [...]
Straight from Italy comes a hand built EQ that easily makes one think of Pultec’s but with a more friendly price tag than you might expect. I’ve been using the MC Audio Lab EQ1ch for some time now. Let’s see what it’s made of.
From bedrooms to pro studios – it’s sad to see that so many people have no problem spending tons of dough on some fancy new compressor, yet they aren’t bothered with treating their rooms. GIK Acoustics, a fairly cheap alternative to room treatment and arguably the company with the best customer support I’ve ever encountered, [...]
Native Instruments recently announced a price drop on their Traktor Kontrol S4 DJ system, reducing the price permanently to $899 / €799. The offer is available at participating retailers and at the NI Online Shop, and “while supplies last”, which might indicate it’s going out of fashion.
Here’s a handy tool that was shown at NAMM – Transceiver, a four channel insert station from TK Audio. Its main function is to convert +4dB balanced signals to unbalanced and back again. Each channel has a send level, the return has a gain control and a polarity switch. TK Audio says you can use [...]
Apogee has announced Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge, a 64 channel interface for connecting Apogee converters to any Thunderbolt equipped Mac computer, will be shipping and available February 2013. Not only does Symphony 64 | ThunderBridge connect Symphony I/O, but also X-Symphony equipped AD-16X, DA-16X and Rosetta Series converters to Thunderbolt Macs. Unlike certain other companies, [...]
Now here’s something interesting for SSL folks. It appears that Dramastic Audio are about to release a replacement computer system for SSL consoles. The video doesn’t say much and the only info on the website is the picture posted below (which can be found here).
RME, a company that I personally think builds stellar interfaces for the money, has announced a new lineup of MADI equipment – no less than five units to fulfill our needs.
Lots of news from Universal Audio at this year’s NAMM show: Amp Rooms, new LA-2A and API EQ for UAD, as well as new features for Apollo.