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Warm Audio began in a garage with the sole purpose to provide users with affordable equipment cut out for high-end recording. Founder and president Bryce Young has assimilated a dedicated team of professionals who combine over 50 years of experience in the manufacturing, marketing, and sales of pro audio equipment. All guitar pedals, microphones, preamps, compressors, and EQs are designed and manufactured in Texas, USA. Yet another testament to Warm Audio’s quality is their collection of awards, which includes the TEC Awards, Sound On Sound Awards, Resolutions Awards, MusicTech Awards, and Music Inc. Editors Choice Awards.
Warm Audio offers active and passive circuit DI boxes intended for guitar, bass, keyboards, or any string instrument. These boxes are specifically designed to work in a way that doesn’t diminish the original tone of the instrument. Warm Audio DI boxes are built around CineMag USA Transformer topology and constructed with top-tier discrete components and rugged housing, right down to the control switches. Unlike other DI boxes on the market, Warm Audio boxes have the rare versatility of an onboard variable pad knob which attenuates your input signal all the way from -3dB to -30dB, for taming any instrument input source. Sonic integrity is a high priority at Warm Audio, so you’ll be well-served with the Direct Box Active or Direct Box Passive.
The guitar pedals made by Warm Audio are faithful recreations of originals using premium circuits throughout; carbon film resistors, film capacitors, germanium 1N34A diodes, and even NOS (new old stock) 2N3565 Fairchild transistors. Consider the Warm Audio Jet Phaser pedal, or WA-JP. The ‘70s was an amazing time to sit around the radio as guitar legends conveyed emotion through sound, using phaser effects among many others. The WA-JP is an authentic recreation of the phaser pedal adopted by funk bass pioneer Larry Graham, accurately reproduced from the recognizable swirl of the audio circuit to the look and feel of the enclosure. The Foxy Tone box, on the other hand, uses NOS components to reproduce the fuzzy vibe of Peter Frampton and Billy Gibbons.
Warm Audio has a large range of gear, yet they never seem to spread themselves too thin. Take any of their microphones for example. One of our favorites is the WA-47 Tube Condenser Microphone, a professional piece of gear based on the classic U47. It utilizes a K47 capsule design installed on an affordably priced 47-style microphone and brings an accurate, smooth sound. The WA-47, along with any other Warm Audio condenser microphones, sound great paired with the accompanying microphone preamp. The WA-73 family includes single and dual channel British preamps that rely on UK-made custom Carnhill transformers, while the single channel vintage preamps (TB12 and WA12 variants) primarily rely on custom USA CineMag transformers.
The Warm Audio collection of affordable external signal processors is built without compromising the quality design parameters that make vintage gear so desirable. The WA76 Discrete Compressor, for example, is a modern reproduction of the Classic ’76 Revision D, building upon what was considered a major breakthrough in limiter technology at the time. The All Buttons In feature mimics the accidental latching of ratio switches to create the same hard compression heard on the drum tracks of many classic records. All Warm Audio gear, whether a British EQ or a bus compressor, delivers the level of performance you’d expect from classic gear. Warm Audio’s wide range of gear is vast, so you’re sure to find a great new piece to add to your live rig or studio.
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