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Behringer Podcastudio USB Hands on Review

Behringer Podcastudio USB | Jeff M. Between blogging and podcasting, it’s never been easier to become ghetto famous in your own particular niche.  For those who think they have the golden pipes and dynamic on-air personality it takes to engage and inform an audience, Behringer has come up with the Behringer Podcastudio USB bundle for […]

Tascam DP-03 Portastudio Hands on Review

Tascam DP-03 Portastudio I love the term Portastudio.  To me it says lightweight, sturdy and tailor made for my musical whims and fancy.  The DP-03 is Tascam’s latest Portastudio, aiming to meet the needs of the modern musician by offering simple, affordable, mobile recording technology. The Tascam DP-03 Portastudio is an 8-track multitrack digital recorder […]

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Lexicon MX200 Stereo Reverb/Effects Processor Review

Lexicon MX200 Review | Dustin S. Lexicon’s MX200 Dual Reverb / Effects processor brings to market a flexible, reliable processor, perfect for studio or live applications. The MX200 is a 24-bit, 48kHz rack mount with two ¼-inch TRS inputs, two 1/4-inch TRS outputs and S/PDIF I/O.  The MX200 offers a well-designed front panel layout including […]

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Audio Technica ATH-ANC3 Headphones Hands on Review

Audio Technica ATH-ANC3 | Jason S. Audio-Technica offers exceptional noise cancellation ability with their travel-ready ATH-ANC3 QuietPoint® In-Ear Headphones.  Engineered for comfort, the ATH-ANC3s are designed to reduce background noise by 90% while providing superb sound quality. Before I get to whether or not they actually accomplish that goal, let’s talk more about the headphones. […]

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M-Audio Audiophile 192 Hands on Review

M-Audio Audiophile 192 Review | Tom J. M-Audio’s Audiophile 192 represents the company’s Delta line of audio cards quite well.  A high-definition stereo audio card with 24-bit/192kHz fidelity, the Audiophile 192 features digital input/output, balanced analog input/output and an impressive signal-to-noise ratio.  M-Audio’s Delta line has built its reputation on designing cards with reliable 64-bit audio […]

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The Difference Between Sound Isolation and Insulation

There is a distinct difference between sound isolation and insulation, the same as the difference between water resistant and water proof.  Insulation absorbs frequencies, and isolation keeps them from getting into or out of your recording space. Building a recording studio space in an existing structure limits the amount of sound isolation possible.  A wood […]

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