February 6, 2015
$50 off – Buy the Mackie ProFX8
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Mackie’s ProFX line is a simply professional choice when running sound for a solo gig to a live-band setup. The line includes the ProFX8, ProFX12, ProFX16 and ProFX22 which all include Mackie’s low-noise, high headroom mic preamps to give you that crisp clear sound you are always looking for every single time. Each board is equipped with an active 3-band EQ for each channel and a 32-bit processor that includes 16 “gig ready” effects. Easily tune mains and monitors with 7-band stereo graphic EQ and capture the mix or stream house music from a laptop using built-in USB I/O. The 16- and 22-channel models not only increase inputs, but also offer dedicated inline compression for …
November 21, 2014
Purchase the PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 AI - $200 Instant Rebate
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PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 AI Mixer
$200 Instant Rebate - The PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 AI mixer is a great solution for those looking for an all in one mixer to use live or even a studio setting. With a powerful user interface, unrivaled sound quality, amazing DSP performance, direct Wi-Fi and LAN communication, fast and intuitive workflow, onboard FireWire s800 interface, and tightly integrated software suite for Mac®, Windows®, and iOS®, StudioLive™ AI-series digital mixers create a streamlined working environment for both live and studio use. Redesigned from the ground up, these state-of-the-art mixers provide analog workflow with extensive dual signal processing on every channel and bus and actively integrated software that solves real-world problems and lets …
March 6, 2013
Ableton Live 9 is officially available for purchase as of today. This has, naturally, been a long and hotly anticipated update to a beloved DAW that has become synonymous with so many of the artists who champion it over the years. While the Push surface is only available for pre-order (and appears to be around 2 weeks away from shipping to users), today’s launch has had a lot of anticipation specifically around the new control. Understandably so, as Push promises to turn Ableton into a hands on instrument focused around the generation of ideas.
That’s great and all- but what about the program itself? More than a few Ableton users have been quite happy before Push, but have still been awaiting the program. As for me, I will be picking up Push because I think it will be useful for replacing some other odds and ends around the office- and …
DJ Scott Mad Flip
September 29, 2011
Sometimes I take things for granted. I’m getting paid up front, the club will be packed, and my mic will sound great, right? Wrong. It’s not always the case for any of those, but I can definitely help with the last. We had the pleasure of using the new Line 6 XD-V70 digital wireless handheld mic recently and discovered just how advanced wireless technology has become.
Microphone reliability is of paramount importance, especially in a live environment. These days most artists rely on a wireless microphone so they can have a broad range of mobility without fumbling over mic cables. For as long as wireless microphone technology has been utilized there have been issues with RF interference, signal loss, frequency redundancies, and recently a limited range of frequencies in which to operate. The XD-V70 offers the perfect solution to all of these issues as well as offering some unique mic-modeling …
The Unique Geek
September 12, 2011
It is time for the masses to rise and say, “enough!” Are you like me? Are you sick of reading product reviews, spec sheets and talking to professionals about which interface may be right for you? If so, this is the article for you.
Who are the best people to ask?
First of all, if you are blessed with an uncle who never married, squeezes into his Kia, works part-time as a security guard at Walgreens and is secretly smarter than everyone else alive – consider yourself lucky. This is just the type of person that you need to approach with this quandary. Even if your personal expert never completed a song after using their favorite DAW for the past seven years, they know an awful lot. The person who has used Sonar for years and once used Cubase may still be an expert at Cubase. So, don’t discount their …