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About: Studio & Home Studio

A place where acoustics are carefully studied and controlled, the Studio, like its little brother, the Home Studio, brings together all the necessary equipment at the different stages of music production: mics & preamps for recording sound; converters and recorders or computers for recording; console, sound treatment and effects processors for mixing, and of course a monitoring system to evaluate how everything sounds.

Reviews Studio & Home Studio

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Dynaudio LYD 7 Review

Back in white We are the first to brawl about the lack of innovation among speaker manufacturers. Dynaudio is one of those brands with an undeniable know-how, but whose road map only seems to lead into a desert where you can find a rock or a cactus from time to time...definitely not the best place to be for a thirsty home-studio owner. So it came as a surprise to learn during the last Musikmesse that the Danish manufacturer decided to kill its dear BM series to give way to the LYD, which sports a white look as to announce that nothing will ever be the same. But is is true? read more…
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A review of the Auratone 5C Super Sound Cube

Mystical Aura You just got your main monitor speakers and are already looking for a second pair? Boy are you a compulsive buyer! What's that you said? Auratone is back with its famous 5Cs? Okay, well maybe just this once I'll turn a blind eye... read more…
4,5/5

Review of the Lauten Audio LA-320 tube-condenser microphone

A Versatile and Affordable Tube Mic The LA-320 is the first mic in Lauten Audio’s new "Series Black" line. Lauten, whose product line also features many high-end mics, have put out a large-diaphragm tube condenser with a price point ($499) aimed at the home and project studio market. Not only that, they’ve hit it out of the park. read more…

User reviews on Studio & Home Studio products

Features and Quality unheard of in this price range. Plus USB and Direct XLR Connections (Blue Microphones - Yeti Pro)

By Jerry Vance, 08/01/2019
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I have used various mics but none compare with the multi-use capabilities of The Blue Yeti Pro.
The first microphone that captures 24-bit/192kHz digital recordings on your desktop, and connects to professional recording equipment in the studio. Featuring three custom condenser capsules and four different pattern settings, Yeti Pro delivers detailed audio that’s more than four times higher resolution than a CD—during any recording scenario.

It can be used for any type of music recording, vocals or instrumentals, podcasts or voiceovers.CARDIOID
Perfect for professional podcasts, voice-overs, lead vocal tracking, and instruments. Cardioid mode records sound from directly in front of the microphone, resulting in rich, full-bodied sound.

CARDIOID
Perfect for professional podcasts, voice-overs, lead vocal tracking, and instruments. Cardioid mode records sound from directly in front of the microphone, resulting in rich, full-bodied sound.
STEREO
Captures a rich stereo field for acoustic guitar, piano, percussion, or singer/songwriter duo, or multiple instruments at the same time.
Omni-directional
A great all-around mic pattern—literally. For when you need to record 360 degrees around the mic. Great for capturing vocal groups, bands or multiple participants in a single-mic podcast.
Bi-directional
The only mic pattern that always has your back… and your front. By recording sound from two distinct positions—the front and back of the capsule—this pattern is perfect for vocal duets or interviews.

BEST of All, You can control all of these settings simply from turning a dial on the mic. On the mic Headphone connection and volume control with ZERO Latency.

If there is a downside, I would say that it is extremely sensitive so be careful of the settings you choose, microphone placement and distance from the mic while singing or speaking.
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Excellent for Recording Vocals Until... (Sterling Audio - ST51)

By D Aasiya-Bey, 19/01/2019
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I used this mic to record vocals and it initially gave a nice quality sound that was warm and clear. After a few months of using the mic, it started making a crackling and static sound that would come and go intermittently. I thought it might have been the cable so I purchased a high quality cable but the problem continued. I have had to do recordings with hopes that the static sound would not return while singing was occurring. I have had to redo vocal tracks due to the static sound manifesting during a recording and now the mic does not work at all.
It's unfortunate that a mic with such an excellent build quality that initially generated a top notch sound no longer works. Lastly, this mic was in a stable environment (home studio) and handled with care.

Here are some successful recordings that I did with the mic before it stopped working (all vocals were done using this mic). https://youtu.be/sXZAlQADiOk
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Sony c 35 p small condenser mic (top adress !) (Sony - C35P)

By Nik Richter, 06/02/2019
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The Sony C 35 P is a microphone from Sony´s golden aera. It is a cardiod, small diaphragm, top adress microphone and needs 48v phantompower.The sound is somewhere between a Neumann Km 84 i and a Shoeps Colette. There´s a side adress version,the Sony C 36 P with the same capsule and soundwise very similar.These microphones are excellent for
room, piano, overheads, percussion, acoustic guitar... and a lot of other stuff.
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News Studio & Home Studio

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Published on 07/25/17
Three Benefits of Using Drum Loops for Musicians and Drummers Alike

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Or how to become a pro sound engineer ;)

Published on 09/10/16
Or how to become a pro sound engineer ;)
Once the mastering series is finished and now that the mixing guide is (finally!) arriving the end, it's only natural that Audiofanzine asked me to extend this tale told backwards with a new series d…

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The ultimate guide to audio recording - Part 90

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MR-8 update and utilities.

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LittleOne 16 input DB25 DSUB Tascam/ TRS or XLR out balanced with 1xStereo to Mono input +Variable -25/-15dB switch

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