A Touch of Colour The DIYRE Colour modules are conceptually simple units that isolate the building block components from classic gear. Colour takes these tone-shaping components and lets you access them on their own inside of a DIY 500-series module. The Colour modules can give you more (or less) of a single effect, whether that … Continue reading
Update on new, recording studio DIY audio projects
Build your own pro audio gear – it’s not rocket surgery.
A review of the Drip Electronics Sta-Level tube compressor.
A very positive review of the Dangerous ST_DAC DA Converter for the Monitor ST controller.
The author goes on a search for the best way to get 18 channels of 96KHz audio into and out of a laptop using Avid ProTools 9. There is a requirement to use outboard gear and digital conversion that primarily rests outside of the interface itself – the main goal is to find something that delivers and sends 1s and 0s to and from the computer.
A comparison between the Lawson L251 capsule and Tim Campbell’s CT-12 capsule on the Lawson Microphones L251 amp body.
An overview on studio recording uses for Royer 121 ribbon microphones, along with a description of their sound and Royer’s customer service.
The morals of modding Okatva MC-012 Microphones.
An overview of the Lawson L47c Cardioid Tube Microphone.