Wait no longer, the eagerly awaited second Audio Interface by EVO Audio is here – introducing the EVO 8
Warm Audio have a few tasty new treats to sink your teeth into. Find out what is coming soon.
Studio Connections Australia is proud to announce our appointment as the Australian distributor for Point Source Audio. Point Source Audio (PSA) is a solution-based design, engineering, and manufacturing company within the audio industry focusing on performance-based, unique, high quality, headsets and microphones for Stage, Broadcast, Worship and TV. With over 60 years of combined professional audio industry experience, the PSA product designers approach every product detail with a depth of understanding that results in ease, convenience, and efficiency in design.
In a world that is seemingly in a constant state of change, Warm Audio has been hard at work creating some new lines to add to their ever-growing arsenal of pro audio recording gear, however Pro Audio is not what is on offer here – it is guitar pedals. These two new additions are not just any guitar pedals. Both the Foxy Tone Box and Jet Phaser are faithful recreations of classic vintage pedals using hand-selected NOS parts.
In 2019 international singer/producer Guy Sebastian had completed his freshly built home recording studio and was looking for a new set of near field studio monitors to work with. After trying several options he settled on a set of Genelec 8341s.
The Schoeps Microphone company was founded in 1948 and is known for the production of high-quality condenser microphones used in film, broadcast, live and studio recording. When you hear the name Schoeps you instantly think quality. The company has never swayed from their high ideals of perfection and quality and never ventured into the lower end of the microphone market. No doubt if you’ve ever owned a Schoeps microphone you’ll never sell it. Their famous modular “Colette” series can be seen used in live performances by Pavarotti and the Three Tenors. Their Shotgun microphones are highly popular in film and sporting events. However, one area Schoeps may not have always been the dominant choice is in the recording of pop and rock vocals in the studio. Names like Neumann, AKG and Telefunken are ubiquitous in this scenario but with the advent of the V4U, Schoeps may just be the microphone that can change all that. Schoeps had one thing in mind when designing the V4U – a studio vocal microphone.
In this time of isolation, we still need to connect with our friends and work colleges. Unfortunately, we cannot meet in person so the next best thing is to have meetings online.
Tim Commandeur is Sydney Based Drummer and Producer. He recently was the recipient of some devastating news and as a result lost most of his studio gear – but it’s not all bad. Find out how Tim reached out to Studio Monitor Manufacturer Genelec and received some relieving support in what could only have been described as an extremely distressing time.
As someone who has been to many loud concerts and spent many hours in front of studio monitors and headphones at high volumes, I have to answer that question with a yes. However, up until recently, it’s never been a question I gave much attention to. Something I now regret.
There are many Tremolo’s on the market but Anasounds never do anything that is normal or boring. Anasounds have created a true Harmonic Tremolo that features some very cool control elements.