With the resurgent interest in analog gear, there are tons of new boxes on the market. Most have a straightforward purpose, but there are still some that don't fall into the "normal" categories of...
 
The Sonodyne SRP series is a no-nonsense entry into the sub-$1000 monitor scene, with five different models ranging from 3'' to 8'' in woofer size. Touting an ultra-wide sweet spot with custom...
 
When I moved my mix setup out of my living room and into a large shared studio space, I sensed that it would be helpful to have a larger pair of midfields for monitoring. Unfortunately, most of the...
 
My head is spinning these days with all of the available options for the 500-series format. As a kid, Baskin-Robbins and their 31 flavors seemed overwhelming. Generally, I stuck with what I knew was...
 
I've been a bit stymied on how to start this review off, so I'll run all three of my potential intros by you: 1. To the guy who got upset by my review of I Dream Of Wires, in which I said all the...
 
As someone who has been using ADAM monitors fairly religiously for the past seven years or so, I became quite interested when I heard that the former CEO of ADAM Audio had started a new speaker...
 
When I record acoustic guitars, I use a mic. A real one. Mainly mono, but sometimes stereo - especially if it's a one-voice, one-guitar recording - but definitely a mic; no pickup transducers for me...
 
How do you get a $10,000 sounding mic without bankrupting your studio? Send it to Shannon Rhoades at MicRehab, that's how. Specifically, I'm talking about the Miktek CV4. To be fair, the stock mic is...
 
I've been on a mission over the last seven or eight years to find a reverb plug-in that fills the void left by not being able to place a microphone, say, 5-20 ft away from a source. I've used just...
 
Warm Audio only recently began making some noise with their affordable, well-built WA12 [Tape Op #91] and TB12 [#97] mic preamps, and at the 2014 NAMM Show, Warm dropped a bomb by releasing the WA76,...
 
When the Dangerous Compressor was first announced, I knew that it would be something special, like all of its sibling products in the Dangerous Music line - despite its seemingly simple set of...
 
The 363 is the first product from San Diego-based Tonecraft Audio, but owner Jon Erickson is no newcomer to the studio equipment scene. Most notably, he spent some time at A-Designs Audio and was...