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  • First Listen: Moog Grandmother Synthesizer

    Prior to Moogfest 2018, Moog Music announced the launch of a new synthesizer, the Moog Grandmother. This semi-modular synthesizer features a built-in arpeggiator, sequencer and spring reverb tank, allowing both novices and synth enthusiasts the ability to use the instrument straight out of the box.

    Vintage King is now taking pre-orders for the Moog Grandmother. Please click here to head to our pre-order page and continue below to watch our new demo of the synthesizer. 

    Moog's latest synth features two analog oscillators with four wave shapes each and a hard sync option that lets you sync the second oscillator to the first. These oscillators are based on the version in the Moog MiniMoog. The synthesizer features an easy-to-use arpeggiator and sequencer, which can store up to three sequences with up to 256 notes each. Continue reading

  • Antelope Audio Edge Strip Offers Premium Mic Modeling

    Antelope Audio is offering 10% off the Edge microphone throughout May. See below for more details.

    For over 20 years, Antelope Audio has been dedicated to being a defining force in the worlds of digital and analog audio. With their incredible converters, plug-in models and analog circuit design, they've certainly done just that. The company's new Edge Strip acts as the culmination of all that hard work and innovation.

    As Antelope Audio's entry into the microphone modeling arena, the Edge Strip is made up of three key elements; the Edge Modeling Microphone, the Discrete MP Interface and the AFX plug-ins pack. Throughout this blog, we'll detail how these three work together to give you access to a world of vintage microphones at a fraction of the price. Continue reading

  • The Evolution of the Eventide Harmonizer

    In the early 1980s, New Wave music was all the rage. It blended the explosive, edgy sound of punk rock with the computerized sounds of electronic drum machines and synthesizers. Artists used digital effects to achieve futuristic, otherworldly sounds — many of which were created with the Eventide H910 Harmonizer.

    Eventide has continued to build on the Harmonizer in the years since and with the H9000 now available for pre-order, we wanted to take a more in-depth look at what this piece of gear has done for the music world. Continue on to learn more about the history of the Eventide Harmonizer and the hot new features included on the H9000. Continue reading

  • iZotope Spire Offers New Take On Recording On The Go

    iZotope recently introduced their new interface, the Spire Studio, which gives users an affordable and efficient way to craft songs just about anywhere they go. Instead of simply using your phone to make a demo, the Spire allows you to capture pristine recordings, mix and share, all within their easy-to-use app.

    Let's talk about the specifics of the interface. The Spire Studio features two Grace Design mic pres with XLR/TS combo jacks and a built-in condenser microphone on the front of the unit. Audio recorded through these inputs can be sent straight to the Spire app on your smartphone or tablet via the interface's wireless connection. No cables, no mess, no stress. Continue reading

  • Moog Music Announces Limited Release of IIIp Synthesizer

    Synth fans everywhere are rejoicing as Moog Music has announced today that they will be creating a limited edition replica of the classic IIIp Synthesizer. With only 40 new IIIp units available worldwide, this is an extremely limited release. Vintage King has a small number of these synthesizers and we are starting to take pre-orders as of today.

    Pre-Order Your Moog Music IIIp Synthesizer By Clicking Here

    What can you expect from the new IIIp reproduction? As with the other recent systems that Moog has recreated, the brand is dedicated to replicating the original down to the smallest details. Built based on original documentation, circuit board and art files, the IIIp will feature 37 hand-built modules, including 10 901-Series oscillators, the 905 Spring Reverb and the 984 Matrix Mixer. Continue reading

  • Rupert Neve Designs Offers Up RMP-D8 DANTE Mic Pre

    The world of live sound just got a huge boost from none other than pro audio legend Rupert Neve. Yesterday at the NAMM Show, Rupert Neve Designs announced that they would be releasing the RMP-D8, a new 8 channel mic pre with DANTE integration.

    While many live engineers have worked Rupert Neve Designs analog gear into their rigs, the RMP-D8 makes it that much easier to bring the brand's full analog sound to the stage. The new mic pre unit comes with 8 mic/line inputs with 48v phantom power, 1dB stepped Class A mic pres with 60 dB gain and remote capabilities, custom RND transformers and mastering-grade 24-bit 192 kHz converters. Continue reading

  • API Introduces New 529 Stereo Compressor In 500 Series Format

    This morning at NAMM, API announced that they will be introducing a brand new compressor in 2018. The API 529 stereo compressor has been designed to offer a bevy of compression options in a single 500 series module.

    Based on the API 2500 stereo bus compressor, this new 500 series module includes many of the same controls and features that made the 2500 a staple in studios all over the world. The API 529 includes continuously variable Gain, Threshold, Attack, Ratio and Release controls, three selectable compressor curve knee settings and 10 segment LED meters that show Gain Reduction and selectable Input or Output level. Continue reading

  • Retro Instruments Recreates Altec 436 With Revolver Compressor

    It's only Tuesday of NAMM week and new gear is being announced left and right. We're extremely excited about the brand new piece from Retro Instruments Inc. called the Revolver. This release from the brand who gave us classics like the 176, Sta-Level and Doublewide, is a dual-channel tube compressor inspired by the British Invasion.

    The Revolver began as an experiment over seven years ago, as Retro built several units and began testing them in different studios. Designers took inspiration from the much-beloved British mod of the Altec 436, the classic compressor that was made famous by its use during sessions with The Beatles. Continue reading

  • SE and Rupert Neve Designs Announce Third Mic In Collaborative Series

    sE Electronics and Rupert Neve Designs have announced the RNT, a new tube microphone that is said to have "the pristine, musical sonic character and uncompromising performance of the world's most prized recording equipment." This isn't the first time the two brands have collaborated, as their joint efforts have also led to the creation of the RNR1 Active Ribbon and RN17 Small-Diaphragm Condenser.

    Working together over the course of several years, Rupert Neve, Siwei Zou and their respective design teams developed a mic that features a low-noise ECC82 tube and a custom-built Rupert Neve Designs output transformer. The RNT also houses a custom hand-built large diaphragm condenser capsule and has nine selectable polar patterns. Continue reading

  • First Listen: A Review of the Universal Audio Arrow Interface

    Universal Audio just announced a brand new interface called the Arrow that features the same sonic qualities and flexibility as their larger Apollo units. The Arrow features a single UAD-2 DSP chip, two Unison mic preamps, a Hi-Z input and comes in a small sleek package that routes audio and power through a single Thunderbolt-3 cable on both Macs and PCs. Continue reading

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