This computer audio interface provides phantom power, direct line-in inputs for musical instruments or audio components, and features capture and mix for high-quality sessions, with up to 24-bit/48kHz audio resolution.
Available in an 8- or 12-channel chassis, Greg Savoldi says this console was exactly what his volunteer station needed.
This inline compressor works its magic at the microphone low-impedance level, which Chris Wygal found handy for his remotes.
Gil Wilson has found a PA that takes up little space, provides enough sound to cover smaller areas and save his back all at the same time.
Chris Wygal thinks the Onyx Blackbird is a fantastic solution for making a PC or Mac workstation a 16-track (or more) recording powerhouse.
This flexible modulation monitor measures analog and digital IBOC signals.
Barry Thomas finds the iRig Mic is a useful tool for getting good quality audio into an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
Chris Wygal reports that not only does Mikey complement recording technology, but now full-bandwidth audio can be captured, edited uploaded and transmitted live from a cellphone.
Gil Wilson's review of the Yamaha Stagepas 300 finds the system and ideal remote broadcast PA for medium-sized use.
In his review of the Electro-Voice RE320, Dan Israel says Electro-Voice has continued the heritage of the RE20/RE27 with the RE320.
Gil Wilson overcomes his fear of condenser mics and welcomes the AT4040 into his facility.
Here's a microprocessor-based system designed to monitor a tower's beacons, obstruction lamps, flash rate, photo control operation -- even the presence of an ATU heater bulb for winter months.
Mike Kernen says the Omnia One is designed to lower cost, guesswork, confusion and space requirements for an audio processor.
Ron Bartlebaugh tames room acoustics with several acoustic control products from Halo Audio.
Gil Wilson finds the Sanyo Xacti ICR-XPS01M is a must-have in the arsenal of any audio production professional where field recordings are standard.
Chris Wygal finds the iZotope ANR-B can be the best 1RU investment installed in a problem audio chain.
Michael Bradford had a client with a microwave system for primary program delivery and an ISDN circuit for emergency audio feeds. The Audio Sentinel provded the switching he needed.
PC users will be familiar with much of the core functionality contained in the Mac version of Audition, but Mac users will find a host of cool new tools that Audition brings to the table, as well as Audition's time-tested features that will make a Mac user feel like a kid on Christmas morning.
Mike Kernen manages his IT assets with a single system.
Chris Wygal finds a portable recorder that is actually fun to use.
There are lots of situations in a radio station where we could use some help with audio. Maybe it’s with the phones, the stream or the headphone processing.
Now that he knows how easy the Site Sentinel 4 is to program and the multitude of user-friendly features available, Michael Bradford has already planned on an expansion at the Michigan Farm Radio Network uplink.
Overall the Comrex STAC has been a reliable system for the Tom Joyner Morning Show. It’s grown into a well established system that will be a benefit to any studio.
If you are looking for a mic for recording directly to you computer, this mic is the perfect fit.
This 10-input, 8-fader console has a USB audio interface built-in.