Buyer's Guides

  1. Buyer's Guide: Mojave Audio Microphones

    Buyer's Guide: Mojave Audio Microphones
    Built with premium analog components, Mojave Audio microphones capture the rich, colorful sound of classic tube microphones at a fraction of the price. Revered by some of the world’s greatest engineers, these microphones have been a secret weapon for top recording studios for years. Whether you’re looking for a workhorse condenser microphone that delivers unparalleled bang-for-your-buck or need a replacement for your vintage tube mic, Mojave Audio microphones deliver professional results in any setting. In this Buyer’s Guide, we’ll break down the differences between each microphone in the line, show off the brand's new colorways, and help you find the perfect mic for your needs. Continue reading →
  2. Buyer's Guide: Avid Interfaces, Desktop Control Surfaces & More

    Buyer's Guide: Avid Interfaces, Desktop Control Surfaces & More
    Over the past few decades, Pro Tools has become the industry-standard DAW for recording, mixing, and post-production facilities. Avid has given both home and commercial studio owners several new tools in the past year to help streamline their Pro Tools rigs, including a new interface and several desktop control surfaces. With so many solutions to choose from, it can be tough to tell which is the best for you and your studio. That’s why we put together this Buyer’s Guide to help you find the perfect Avid gear for your space. Read on to learn more about the Avid MTRX Studio, Pro Tools Dock, S1, S3, and HDX series chassis. Continue reading →
  3. Buyer's Guide: Dolby Atmos

    Buyer's Guide: Dolby Atmos
    The evolution of the listener's audio experience has led the post-production world to the vast frontiers of immersive mixing. Thanks to Dolby Atmos, mix engineers can now plunge their listeners into lush three-dimensional sonic worlds that feature well-placed, accurate sounds. The best part? With Dolby Atmos Mastering Suite, it's easier than ever before. If you've heard about Dolby Atmos and have been wondering why you need to start thinking about it when it comes to your mixes, you've come to the right place. Throughout this blog, we'll be outlining the concepts behind Dolby Atmos, the creation process for immersive mixing and some of the tools of the trade that you'll need to do the job right. Continue reading →
  4. Buyer's Guide: Amphion Loudspeakers

    Buyer's Guide: Amphion Loudspeakers
    Handmade in Finland, Amphion Loudspeakers are known for their honest and accurate sound reproduction. With precision-engineered drivers and state-of-the-art technology, Amphion's monitors deliver world-class imaging and phase coherency in any environment. But with five passive loudspeaker models and two bass extension systems to choose from, it can be tough to tell which setup is right for your studio. That’s why we put together this handy Buyer’s Guide to help you find the right pair of Amphion Loudspeakers for your studio. Continue reading →
  5. Buyer's Guide: DAW Software

    Buyer's Guide: DAW Software
    The single most important tool in most modern studios isn’t a microphone or a console, it’s your DAW software. Programs like Pro Tools, Logic, and Ableton make it easy to create music, work collaboratively with others, and export tracks that are ready for public consumption. But with so many options to choose from, it can be tricky to know which one is right for you. That’s why we put together this Buyer’s Guide to help you find the perfect DAW to fit your workflow and budget. Let's start by looking at what exactly DAW  software does and learn a little bit about the history of recording and mixing software. Continue reading →
  6. Buyer's Guide: Ex Machina

    Buyer's Guide: Ex Machina
    As new players in the studio monitor game, Brooklyn-based Ex Machina has made waves by making some staggering choices with its designs. The brand has come out swinging for the fences and, after listening to these three current releases, it's obvious these decisions have worked for the best. The brand made its big debut at NAMM 2020 with three monitor offerings for different sized studio spaces. Continue on in this Buyer's Guide to learn more about the brand's technology and these ultra-clear, transparent and focused studio monitors. Continue reading →
  7. Buyer's Guide: Focal

    Buyer's Guide: Focal
    For over 40 years, Focal has been one of the preeminent speaker brands in the world. They have delivered countless innovations for all different kinds of listening experiences from home audio speakers and headphones to car speaker drivers and studio monitors. Throughout this Buyer's Guide, we'll be covering the history of the brand and taking a look at their product offerings for the recording studio. No matter your set-up, Focal has something that will meet your needs and exceed your expectations. Continue reading →
  8. Buyer's Guide: Rupert Neve Designs

    Buyer's Guide: Rupert Neve Designs
    Viewed by many as the father of modern recording, Rupert Neve spent many years pioneering the consoles that are still most desirable in the studio market today. With classic circuits like the 1073, 1081, and 2254 compressor, Neve established nothing short of a dynasty with his iconic, fantastic sounding modules. In our new Buyer's Guide, we'll be diving into the history of Rupert Neve's current brand, Rupert Neve Designs, and offering info on its consoles, outboard gear, and more. Let's get started by learning more about the man himself in our classic Make Your Mark. Continue reading →
  9. Buyer's Guide: Audio Converters

    Buyer's Guide: Audio Converters
    A quality audio converter is one of the most crucial components in any modern studio. A cheap audio converter can make a million-dollar vocal chain sound like it was recorded through a dial-up modem. But a high-quality audio converter will add depth and detail to your recordings. In this Buyer's Guide, we’ll break down everything you need to know about audio converters to help you find the perfect solution for your studio, including sample rates, bit depth, and advanced connectivity options. But before we get started, let’s talk about the history of audio converters. Continue reading →
  10. Buyer's Guide: Audio Interfaces

    Buyer's Guide: Audio Interfaces
    A quality audio interface is the first essential piece of gear for any home studio owner. Whether you’re recording or mixing, every signal passes through the audio interface. Cheap interfaces often make tracks sound weak, thin and brittle. But a quality interface can bring your tracks to life. In this Buyer’s Guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about how to select the audio interface for your studio, including info on preamps, converters, DSP and more. But first, let’s take a quick look at how audio interfaces came to be so popular. Continue reading →

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