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Best Budget Channel Strips

If you are looking for some different options for front end than what comes with your interface, these best budget channel strips are a great start.

Apple is offering Logic Pro X access free for 90 days

With many companies offering free product access to musicians in the COVID-19 pandemic, Apple is now offering free access to Logic Pro X for a limited time.

Mackie Onyx Artist 1•2 audio interface giveaway

We’re giving away a Mackie Mackie Onyx Artist 1•2 audio interface! Enter the competition here at All Things Gear for your chance to win!

Best vocal microphones money can buy

In the market for a new vocal microphone? Here are some of the best vocal microphones you can buy -- which should serve as a good starting point.

Mac vs PC: What’s best for music production?

Deciding on a new computer for your home studio? If so, you may be wondering which is better -- Mac, or PC. Here's everything you need to know.

A musician’s guide to Apple’s MacOS Catalina: Should you upgrade?

MacOS Catalina is here, bringing with it a ton of great new features. But is your music-making software compatible? We put together this guide.

IK Multimedia iRig Micro Amp review

IK Multimedia is stepping up its guitar offerings with the new IK Multimedia iRig Micro Amp. But is the amp really worth buying, or should you steer clear?

The best audio interfaces for songwriters

Songwriters today need a quality audio interface that isn't too over the top. Here are the best options for interfaces that suit songwriters the best.

Eventide H9 effects processor review

Eventide has a long history of delivering excellent effects processors, and its latest offering, the Eventide H9, promises to do the same.

Everything you need to get started in podcasting

Are you launching your own podcast but don't know where to start? Here's your basic shortlist of equipment to make it sound as professional as possible.

Roland Go:Mixer Pro giveaway

We're giving away a Roland Go:Mixer Pro for FREE! The Go:Mixer Pro features a number of inputs and the ability to work with your smartphone.

Eventide SP2016 Reverb review: A blast from the past, now conveniently in your DAW

Eventide turned the pro audio industry on its head in 1982 with the Eventide SP2016 reverb unit. Now, 36 years later, they redesigned it for your DAW.

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