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Monthly Archive: April 2018

  • Belgium-based Leapwing Audio has announced the release of CenterOne v2, an upgrade to the existing centre-extractor and phantom center manipulator. CenterOne is an innovative processor that separates the phantom center from stereo content. With CenterOne, you can zero in on the phantom center and, for example, bring out or bring down the vocals without affecting anything […]
  • Four years ago Native Instruments opened its new UK offices in the heart of London’s achingly fashionable Shoreditch. Since that time the audio production and DJ software and hardware manufacturer has sought to strengthen its support and services to the UK market, and with considerable success – as evinced by the decision earlier this year […]
  • Elysia have demonstrated a single-width 500 module featuring preamp, filters, harmonics, dynamics and a balanced DI “everything you’ll ever need in front of your DAW” as they describe it, with the typical elysia attention to minimal-path high quality audio circuitry. The preamp is a Class-A design, and instead of using potentiometers, Elysia have incorporated single […]
  • Spitfire Audio announced Ólafur Arnalds Chamber Evolutions. BAFTA Award-winning Icelandic composer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Ólafur Arnalds – known for his original score to Broadchurch – recorded the samples at Lyndhurst Hall at Air Studios. The ensemble was creatively captured with “the best high-end microphones and pres”, and piped through the Neve 88R large-format console with […]