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Review: Behringer Eurodesk SX4882

By Waldo Watts

Hello. It’s Tom Chianti again. We haven’t seen each other since I scootered my way thru last year’s AES convention in NY. It was a fun and fruitful day. Looking at all of the digital opulence started me thinking that it’s time to go back to the future. To be that retro-renegade guy. So I […]

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New: AT5045 Premier Studio Instrument Mic

By Robert Lindquist

Featuring audio-technica’s largest single diaphragm, the AT5045 is a premier, side-address studio instrument mic in a convenient, stick-type body. Inside, the mic’s circuitry has been honed to deliver an unprecedented dynamic range (141 dB) with remarkably musical high-fidelity performance and putity of sound: a 50 Series hallmark. Audio-Technica says the AT5045 studio condenser instrument microphone […]

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New: Acoustic Drum Loops For Studio One

By Robert Lindquist

PreSonus has released three new Studio One Add-on soundsets of acoustic drum loops recorded in a state-of-the-art studio with world-class microphones, ready to use in stereo or multitrack format. Each style is an entire library of matching loops that can be arranged to fit any song form, just as a real drummer would play them, […]

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Review: Behringer B615D Powered Loudspeakers

By Robert Lindquist

Go to the Behringer Website and click on loudspeakers>portable. I think you’ll agree that the choices are, at first, quite overwhelming. The Eurolive series alone offers everything from 300-Watt 2-Ways with 8” LF drivers to 2200-watt cabinets with dual 15” woofers. In the mix you’ll find something for almost every application, with features such as […]

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Behringer’s New X-Air

By Robert Lindquist

Behringer’s new X AIR Series features four digital mixers (from 12 to 18-inputs) with completely wireless control. According to Music Group’s senior engineer of conception Jan Duwe, “For the first time in audio history, Behringer has created a digital mixer which is integrated into a stage box and combined with a wireless router, recording interface, […]

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The Pub Prop

By Richard Gilewitz

It seems that nearly every time I show up for a performance anywhere in the world I wind up kicking myself as I walk towards the stage and mumble under my brain, which usually comes out of my mouth, “I wonder if they have a guitar stand here?” It’s always been my own fault as […]

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I Have It Somewhere

By Richard Gilewitz

This has to be the most common comment I hear from students whether during a one-on-one lesson, guitar camp or Skype session. What are they referring to? It is something that often exists only within their imagination and not in their home, vicinity or guitar case. Their metronome. The excuse line is always, “Well, I […]

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