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Review: Antelope Audio Zen Studio

From the website: "Zen Studio is the professional, portable audio interface with the most competitive analog and digital connectivity. The 12 world-class mic pres, Antelope's signature clocking, the on-board DSP effects with multiple monitor mixers and the proprietary low-latency USB connectivity make Zen a world-class mobile recording system, that can easily fit inside a backpack or gear bag. Zen Studio is designed to meet the needs of the modern day producer or engineer on-the-go, as well as location sound engineers, sound designers, independent bands and musicians in search of greater sound quality and flexibility."

Hal Leonard Publishes The History of Marshall: The first fifty years

Dear readers, I got a copy from Hal Leonard books about the History of Marshall amps. According to the press-text, it's an upgraded version of 25 Years of Marshall-book.

Interview: Sylvia Massy (Tool, Aerosmith, Powerman 5000…)

I was able to do an email interview with Sylvia Massy. She is one of my long time heroesse (if there is a female word for that). The interview was taken on the January 6, 2014.

review: Antelope Orion32 converter

From the page: Orion 32 is a 32-channel A/D & D/A converter and audio master clock, supporting both MADI and USB interfaces, clocked by Antelope’s renowned 64-bit Acoustically Focused Clocking (AFC) technology. Orion 32 allows 192 kHz I/O streaming of 32-channel digital audio via USB, providing seamless connectivity to any USB-enabled DAW, computer or iPad. The converter also provides 32 channels of 96 kHz...

review: Avantone CR-14 ribbon mic

from the page: “The CR-14’s dual, low-mass ribbon element which enables a much better sensitivity rating than most single ribbon designs. This design lends to fast and accurate transient response, ultra-high 148 dB SPL capability, and overall stunning realism. It has a figure-8 audio directionality (pickup) pattern via front and rear, with extended sweet spots (as compared to Large Diaphragm condenser...

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