Jimmy Byrne

Jimmy Byrne is a music producer, audio engineer, and musician living in Chicago, IL. Under his own company ByrneOut Productions, he has worked with a variety of artists & bands from throughout the US on the overall production and studio recording of their music as well as other audio-related projects. Looking ahead, Jimmy hopes to continue growing his career and company, build professional relationships with musicians and other industry professionals, and somehow leave his mark in this ever-changing industry.

Electro-Harmonix announces new and enhanced Grand Canyon Delay & Looper pedal

The new pedal was released to act as the 'older sibling' to the original "Canyon", with the same features as its sibling, in a more intuitive package.

Adam Audio debuts its first ever line of studio headphones with the Studio Pro SP-5

Adam Audio may be better known for its studio monitors, but now the company has taken the wraps off of the new Adam Audio Studio Pro SP-5 headphones.

The Apogee Jam+ offers studio-grade recording in a portable and user-friendly interface

The Apogee Jam+ is the latest entirely portable instrument interface from the company and predecessor to 2010's 'Jam' model.

The PreSonus Studio 2|4 audio interface is the latest desktop interface to embrace USB-C

After its preview at 2018 summer NAMM, PreSonus dropped its new Studio 2|4, a portable interface that is also the first of its kind to include a USB-C port.

iZotope’s Vocal Doubler plugin gives your vocals some extra oomph for free

iZotope released a new Vocal Doubler plugin to apply to any individual vocal track within your project. Available for free on the iZotope.com website.

M-Audio announces new M-Track 8X4M all-in-one interface for home studio or location recording

M-Audio announced the all-new M-Track 8X4M to their lineup early this week. This amazing portable interface and monitoring station is perfect for any setup.

Boss unveils new Metal Zone and Dimension C pedals

Boss launched refinements to two of their most classic stomps in their lineup. The new Metal Zone MT-2W and Dimension C DC-2W are two pedals you can't miss.

Soundbrenner’s new “Core” musicians smartwatch met its Kickstarter goal in 14 minutes

Music startup Soundbrenner announced a new follow-up model to their widely popular "Pulse" in early October and quickly surpassed their Kickstarter goal.

SSL announces the SSL Fusion, its first all-in-one processor of its kind in 25 years

SSL has take then wraps off of a new all-in-one processor, called the SSL Fusion. The new unit offers five distinct processors that can be used alone.

Electro-Voice ND68 dynamic microphone review

Electro-Voice is a leader in the microphone business, and for good reason. But is the new Electro-Voice ND68 microphone worth the money?

Electro-Voice ND66 condenser microphone review

Electro-Voice recently launched the ND-series, a series of microphones that deliver top quality for a great price. Case in point: The Electro-Voice ND66.

Eventide Fission plugin review

Eventide has launched yet another powerhouse plugin, called the Eventide Fission. But does it live up to the legendary Eventide name?