Warm Audio is back yet again with another recreation of a classic. This time, the company tackles the u67, with its own WA-67 tube condenser.
We had the opportunity to test the new revision of Warm Audio's WA-87 large-diaphragm condenser. Here's what we thought overall.
Four years after its initial unveiling in 2016 as Warm Audio's first ever microphone, the Warm Audio WA87 R2 brings the popular mic another step forward.
There are so many fantastically affordable products on the market that finding the best budget gear for a bedroom studio offers more than a few options.
Software equalizers can do things hardware just can’t, but outboard EQ definitely has its merits. Here are some of the best hardware EQs out there.
500 series units let build out your dream signal chain without needing a console. Here are some of the best 500 series preamps.
The Warm Audio Bus-Comp takes on much more expensive bus compressors with its low price tag -- but is it ultimately worth buying?
We were given the gracious opportunity by the team at Warm Audio to give its pair of new DI boxes a solid try for ourselves. And boy do they sing.
Warm Audio was founded in 2011 in an effort to help engineers and musicians gain access to professional equipment at the fraction of the price of larger brands. The company is known for its microphone clones and studio equipment.
At NAMM 2020, we had an opportunity to stop by the Warm Audio booth, and try out its brand new Bus-Comp outboard compressor for ourselves.