Sound Devices is a growing force in the audio world, and the company recently unveiled the Sound Devices MixPre-6. But is it worth the $900?
Ampeg is a company that is owned by LOUD Technologies, Inc. and is best known for their bass amplifiers. Founded in 1946 by Everett Hull and Stanley Michaels, Ampegcreates amps used by a number of well known bass players.
IK Multimedia has taken the wraps off of its latest and greatest synthesizer, the Syntronik, The synth features 17 instruments and 38 synthesizers.
Samson is a growing force in the audio world, and the company is known for its budget yet good-sounding gear -- like, for example, the Samson Q2U pack.
Samson Technologies is a music company founded in 1980 as a wireless microphone systems company. Now, the company is known for microphones, headphones, audio interfaces, and more consumer audio products.
Fender has launched three new Fender Mustang GT amps, which allow you to create and edit presets straight from your smartphone.
The Keith McMillen Instruments K-Mix is a real winner -- it's an audio interface, mixer, and control surface, all in one. But is it worth the price?
Keith McMillen Instruments is a hardware and software company known for its innovative and futuristic controllers, keyboards, and interfaces. The company was founded in 2005 by Keith McMillen, and has since grown to be an important part of the music technology landscape.
Electro-Voice was founded as a radio-receiver service company, but quickly began building PA systems and other audio equipment. Now the company is known as a top-quality manufacturer of all kinds of audio gear, including microphones and speakers.
The PreSonus Monitor Station V2 serves as a follow-up to the original, but is it worth the $299 price tag? We put it to the test to find out.
Sound Devices has taken the wraps off of two new audio interfaces -- the MixPre-3, with three inputs, and MixPre-6, wth six inputs.
IK Multimedia is back with yet another great guitar pickup system, called the IK Multimedia iRig Acoustic Stage. But does it live up to the iRig name?