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EQs  |  No. 132

FabFilter: Pro-Q 3

reviewed by Dave Hidek

FabFilter's Pro-Q 3 is the best sounding, most powerful, most flexible EQ plug-in that I've ever used. If you're familiar with FabFilter's line of products, you'll be glad to know that the Pro-Q 3...

Audient: iD44 Interface

reviewed by Alan Tubbs

Audient jumped headfirst into the premium class interface market with their release of the iD22 [Tape Op #104]. The premium classification gives more attention to component and design quality than...

Ferrofish: A32 Converter

reviewed by John Bologni

Admittedly, I'd began this review with a bit of frustration by hooking up the MADI optical outputs of my interface to the MADI optical inputs of the Ferrofish A32, routed 16 channels of audio and......

PSP: SpringBox Plug-In

reviewed by Vince Chiarito

There are plenty of great emulations of upscale vintage reverbs out there, from plates and chambers to coveted early digital units. While there is a time and a place for these elegant designs, many...

Acustica Audio: El Rey Plug-In

reviewed by Gus Berry

The debate between hardware versus plug-ins has cooled over the last couple years as plug-ins are getting better and better. However, Acustica Audio seems happy to stoke the fires with their El Rey...

Sony: C-100 Microphone

reviewed by Adam Kagan

Sony, widely known for their consumer entertainment products, takes pro audio very seriously. In the professional microphone market, Sony previously produced three remarkable microphones: the C37A...

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