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Necessity is often the mother of invention, as was the case with the Neumann U67. In the late 1950s, Neumann received the devastating news that the Telefunken tube used in its then-premier tube condenser microphone, the U47, would be discontinued. One last production run of Telefunken VF 14M tubes supplied Neumann with enough to sell U47s into the early 1960s, while the process of creating Neumann's new studio standard began.
  • Pro-grade audio is easier to achieve with Mackie’s new DRM Series powered speakers. The DRM Series brings class-leading performance and features to both mobile and installed applications. The DRM Series features Class-D output, intelligent DSP technology and rugged cabinets. DRM active loudspeakers promise to deliver sound normally associated with huge touring PA systems. Professional DJs, live bands and other musicians will all benefit from the DRM Series.
  • Taylor Guitars' master luthier Andy Powers is constantly looking for new ways to craft acoustic guitars that feel great in your hands and sound great to your ears. His latest achievement is the Taylor Grand Pacific dreadnought line. Bolstered by Taylor's innovative V-Class bracing, Grand Pacific guitars are round-shoulder dreadnoughts offering a new tone that redefines the Taylor sound. They are warmer and more seasoned than traditional dreadnoughts, allowing individual notes to blend more organically.
  • Fender Guitars has launched an amazing new American-made guitar that plays like an electric, but sounds like an acoustic. In fact, it can sound like any steel-string acoustic guitar you can imagine. With the form factor of Leo Fender’s first guitars, the Fender American Acoustasonic Telecaster is going to surprise you.
  • New for 2019, Tama's Starclassic Walnut/Birch shell packs add a new dimension of sound to the drummer-favorite Starclassic lineup. Walnut and birch are a match made in heaven. These two tonewoods complement one another with a 6 mm shell consisting of four plies of European birch and two inner plies of American black walnut. The result is a pure, modern tone that is clear and well-defined, yet warm and round.
  • From the beginning, Fender has had a tradition of leading the way in American guitar manufacturing. From the first mass-produced solid-body electric guitar to today's famed Custom Shop instruments, they've been at the forefront of both innovation and quality. The new American Performer series brings all that together, creating a line of fine, Made in USA electrics at a price that boggles the mind.
  • We met up with guitarist Pete Thorn at Line 6 HQ to get his first impressions and demo of the new HX Stomp Multi Effects Processor Pedal, including building presets and using the HX both with an amp and direct-recording.
  • Likely, the most subjective microphone placement in all of recording is the room mic for a drum set (or perhaps a room mic for any instrument setup for that matter).  As with any recording, the sound concept you have in mind should lead the decision making process.  In other words, what is the intent?
  • If you’re finding yourself with a limited budget resulting in limited gear, you’re certainly not alone.  The good news is technology has come a long way from the days of being limited to any sort of multi-track recording outside a 4-track recorder.  Now, the most cost effective of digital audio workstations, paired with the power of today’s computers, provide us all with nearly unlimited options for recording multiple tracks, multiple takes, and multiple versions.  However, even with these advantages, we still need a decent instrument and decent microphones to lay a strong foundation for a finished record.  Thankfully, almost all live instruments can be recorded with just one or two microphones. 
  • Severed heads and disembodied souls are all fine and well, but when night falls, the coolest Halloween house is always the one with the best lighting effects. Lasers, fog, strobes and washes can work separately or together to invoke the spirit world. Here are some recommendations for individual products and packages that will make your Halloween party come alive.
  • Yamaha's MODX synthesizers are built on a legacy of some of the most influential synthesizers and workstations ever created. From the MOTIF XF and MX Series to the flagship MONTAGE series, Yamaha synthesizers have been found on countless stages and used in a wide range of productions. 
  • With surround sound monitoring, Unison technology, Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, elite audio conversion and HEXA core processing, Universal Audio’s new line of Apollo X rack interfaces will bring power, speed and near-zero latency to your studio workflow.
  • The 2019 range of Gibson fretted instruments promises something for every Gibson fan and collector. The assortment represents a “back-to-basics” approach on the part of Gibson, with a sharp focus on core features that matter most to players. Whether it’s electric guitars, acoustic guitars or basses, all categories benefit from Gibson’s streamlined product lines.
  • We visited the Ernie Ball Music Man factory in San Luis Obispo, California to chat with CEO and Chief Designer Sterling Ball about the new features and appointments of the Ernie Ball Music Man StingRay Special and StingRay5 Special Electric Basses.
  • Launched in June, 2018, Fender's Player Series seriously ups the game on affordable, North American-built electric guitars and basses. With newly redesigned pickups, developed specifically for the Player Series, each instrument features a contemporary neck profile and fingerboard radius for easy bending and comfortable playing, whether you choose the maple or pau ferro versions.  With resonant alder bodies and a variety of finishes and pickup configurations in both right- and left-handed models, Player Series guitars and basses carry all the classic vibe and sound you expect from Fender. You'll also find some modern twists and features, with models ranging from the Stratocaster, Telecaster, Jazzmaster, and Jaguar electric guitar to a Precision, Jazz or Jaguar bass guitar.
  • Inspired by the famous sound of Moog’s ‘70’s synths, the Grandmother packs tremendous sound into an affordable and portable solution for anyone from beginner to pro.
  • The Walrus Audio Julia chorus/vibrato is a favorite for guitar players who need the ability to switch between chorus and vibrato or blend both together. The Julia can add a bit of depth to your tone with a low chorus setting or be pushed to the limits of that classic warble vibrato offers and everything in between.
  • Fender is making waves with their California Series, adding a fresh line of steel-string acoustic/electric guitars inspired by the beautiful Southern California beaches close to the Fender factory in Corona. The three body-shapes released are the Redondo, an original contoured dreadnought; the Newporter, Fender’s own mid-size concert design; and the Malibu, Fender’s original small-body design with a 24" scale length.

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