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Review: Genelec S360 & 7382 SAM

Most audio engineers would tell someone with the requirement to fill a large space with high-fidelity audio to “want loud, think big”. Obtaining a high SPL from a modestly sized cabinet is possible, but you usually have to trade off fidelity and higher distortion to achieve it – not to …

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Review: Sanken CS-M1

Alistair McGhee tests out the latest addition to the Sanken production mic range, which aims to set new sound quality standards for a short shotgun model...

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Review: Warm Audio WA-47

Ross Simpson gets his hands on Warm Audio’s reimagining of a classic to see if the latest musical developments can affordably satisfy our desire to embrace sounds of the past...

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Review: Vertigo Sound VSC-3 Quad Discrete VCA compressor

Since German manufacturer Vertigo Sound introduced its VSC-2 Quad Discrete VCA compressor, the unit has become a global staple of studios and mastering rooms and is acknowledged as something of a modern classic. Recently updated as the VSC-3, the new model does everything its forerunner did, and also has some useful new features, writes Nigel Palmer…

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Review: Rupert Neve RMP-D8

Rupert Neve Designs needs no introductions, with it’s founder having been at the forefront of high quality audio design for well over half a century. The RMP-D8 is an eight-channel microphone preamplifier, featuring the company’s custom-transformer-based 1dB stepped modular class-A microphone preamplifiers coupled with 24-bit 192kHz digital converters and Audinate’s Dante networking technology. Here, Stephen Bennett puts it to the test...

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Review: Audient iD44

Alistair McGhee tests out Audient’s iD44 USB interface, which features four David Dearden-designed class A mic pres…

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