Late last year, Audix released the Audix A133 condenser mic. While its small form may seem unassuming, this microphone brings a lot to the table.
Namm 2021 certainly brought a lot of exciting new releases to the forefront. Among those, here are our top five picks from Believe in Music week.
Electro-Voice kicked off NAMM 2021 right, with the introduction of its Evolve 50M loudspeakers. A product which joins the ranks of EV's existing lineup.
Mackie has taken the wraps off of three new SRT series loudspeakers, all of which support an 18-inch subwoofer option.
Just one day after releasing its TM-70 dynamic broadcasting microphone, Tascam released another, the TM-82 for stage and studio uses.
Sennheiser dropped its two latest microphone products in a while. The MD435 and MD445 are a pair of mics made to let live vocals sound their best.
Korg is back with SQ-64, a polyphonic 64-step sequencer that's fully prepared to store and handle the most complex beats in your arsenal.
Avid has released its latest interface, Pro Tools | Carbon. Intended for smaller setups, the latest release from Avid is limited to Mac-based setups.
In a venture which originated as a joke, PresentDay Production is out with a new master bus compressor, Kompreskimo, promising quality compression for free.
Tascam has released its latest audio interface line, US-HR. Offering three new devices with a wide range of input options.
Seventeen years after Bose first announced the L1 portable line array system, we now have an updated model, with the inclusion of Bluetooth technology.
The Shure MV7 broadcasting microphone is the company's latest product. Borrowing engineering from the SM7b, with built-in monitoring and USB connections.