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  • Legends Get a Face Lift

    Legends Get a Face Lift - New American Standard Telecaster & Stratocaster Test


    Fender has added some new features to a few of its classic instruments and announced the New American Standard series. Here’s a great occasion to come face to face (or body to body) with two of rock’s oldest and dearest friends: the Stratocaster and Telecaster.

  • The Ultimate Interface?

    The Ultimate Interface? - Test of TC Electronic's Studio Konnekt 48


    After years of making hardware and software effects solutions, TC Electronic has released a series of audio interfaces. The Konnekt family is divided into two sub-families, with on the one hand the Konnekt8, KonnektLive and Konnekt24D and on the other hand the DigitalKonnekt X32 and the StudioKonnekt48, a 24bit/192kHz audio interface which will be…

  • Tonebone PZ-PRE Acoustic Preamp

    Tonebone PZ-PRE Acoustic Preamp - Tonebone PZ-PRE: The Test


    When Radial engineering, who has a reputation for making quality gear, branches out into acoustic instrument pre-amps, the result is the Tonebone PZ PRE, a pedal with two high-impedance inputs, a boost and an EQ. Let's take a look...

  • The All-in-One Logic

    The All-in-One Logic - Logic 8 Pro: The Test


    While certain sequencer editors are steadily increasing their prices, Apple has taken the other route and is now offering Logic for under 500€. Would it be wise to spend more?

  • Real Fake Strat

    Real Fake Strat - Test of MusicLab's RealStrat


    MusicLab, the editor of RealGuitar, has released RealStrat, a virtual instrument that uses a combination of samples and in-house technology to emulate the sound and feel of the illustrious Fender model.

  • Zoom H2

    Zoom H2 - The Zoom H2 Test


    Out of all the digital recorders that have come out recently, the Zoom H2 is definitely one of the best sellers at the moment. It’s sold at a very affordable price (around 199 euros), but does the Zoom H2 live up to all of our modern day expectations?

  • EastWest Play

    EastWest Play - Review of FabFour, Gypsy and Voice of Passion


    After 20 years of editing hi-quality sample libraries, EastWest has taken the plunge and released its own sample player, simply named Play. At the Winter NAMM 2008 the editor unveiled several products which will be using this new instrument. Let’s start by reviewing three that are already available, Fab Four (FF), Gypsy and Voices Of Passion (…

  • The UX is back

    The UX is back - Review of the Line 6 UX8 digital audio interface


    When the conceivers of the POD took on audio interfaces, the result was the TonePort, a veritable toolbox for home studio owners. Now we'll be taking a look at the new version that features 8 mic preamps: the UX8.

  • Virtual environment?

    Virtual environment? - Speakerphone's test


    Have you ever dreamed of a speaker simulator, that would allow you to integrate any audio file into a totally programmable background environment, from a wood case to an imaginary spatial airport full of transit passengers? If so, Audio Ease has made your dreams come true with Speakerphone. From post-production to music production, a complete revi…

  • Hot ribbon

    Hot ribbon - El Diablo's test


    With few exceptions, microphones today are more or less inspired by german classics which were released in the 1950’s and 60’s. With a few exceptions... Here is one: The Crowley & Tripp El Diablo, a kind of revolution in the small world of ribbon microphones. Let’s review it!