When magic is being created in the recording studio, it's an audio engineer's job to capture that moment in the best way possible. These days simply pressing the record button isn't enough, and that's where signal processors come in handy. By adding some equalization to a solo, or coating a lead vocal with a little reverb, you can apply some serious depth and character to what you recorded, resulting in a final product that you can be truly proud of. Signal processors are essential tools to have in the modern recording studio, and you'll find more than enough choices to take your engineering talents to the next level.
From vocal effects processors to channel mic preamps, sonic maximizers and so much more, the companies in this catalog are all well-known in the production world for their high-quality signal processing gear. For example, check out the Art VLA Pro II Tube Compressor. Designed to excel in any professional audio application, the Pro VLA II allows more compression to be added to an audio source with a more natural, musical sounding output and crystal-clear dynamic levelling. Ideal for tracking, mixing, mastering and even live sound situations, the Art Pro VLA II has a warmth and richness that is unmatched, and highly recommended for vocals. Another top-selling item is the Lexicon MX400 Dual Stereo/Surround Reverb Effects Processor. This single-rackspace, 4-in/4-out unit combines a clear and understandable front-panel design with Lexicon's "Hardware Plug-In" technology, a versatile USB connection, and a VST/AudioUnits interface so it can be used with software recording platforms.
Loaded with all kinds of complex reverb algorithms, delays, effects and dbx dynamic effects, the Lexicon MX400 is a dream machine for any producer. With technology continuously improving by the day, anyone with an interest in recording can now create works of art even in the comfort of their own home. So whether you're an industry sound technician who's making an upgrade or an amateur enthusiast who's building a home setup, you can bet that a signal processer in this section will give you the pristine recording you had in mind.