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Eternally In Tune

A recent Popular Science article showcases the simple yet effective EverTune guitar bridge. Utilizing a spring and lever for each guitar string, the device is able to keep consistent tension on every string, therefore keeping them in tune. You set the initial tuning you want at the bridge using a hex screw, and unless you...

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Deli – SonicScoop Giveaway: 1TB External Glyph Drive

The Deli, Delicious Audio and SonicScoop.com are kicking off a media partnership with a giveaway that might interest all musicians, engineers and music fans: we are giving out to a lucky winner a 1TB External Glyph Drive – SUBMIT HERE TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY! About SonicScoop.com: SonicScoop is a webzine alerting readers nationwide to the...

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Sounding off on Pro Tools 9

If you’ve been wondering whether it’s worth switching to the new Pro Tools 9, there’s an interesting article up on Sonic Scoop that talks with some of version 9’s early adopters in NYC. Released just weeks ago, the latest edition of the DAW includes third party interface compatibility, as well as many features that were...

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Batt-O-Meter by Keith McMillen Instruments

Berkeley, CA based Keith McMillen Instruments has come up with a handy little device called the Batt-O-Meter ($29.99). Essentially a battery tester for musicians, the Batt-O-Meter plugs in to any guitar pedal or electric instrument with a 1/4″ jack, and displays the remaining life and voltage delivered from the battery. While it can also test...

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Pro Tools 9 Has Arrived

Avid has just released Pro Tools 9, and the newest generation includes some surprising features. The biggest shocker in this version: you no longer need an Avid interface to run the software. In fact, it’s now compatible with any third-party interface that uses Core Audio or ASIO. While you can still use your old Mbox...

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Spark by Blue Microphones

Blue Microphones has introduced a new product designed to impress home and project studios with Class A electronics and Blue’s distinct profile at an affordable price point. Set to be available this November, the Spark microphone ($199) is a solid-state cardioid condenser mic suited for use in a variety of applications on vocals and instruments....

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Shure announces Beta 181

Coming this fall from Shure: A compact side-address condenser mic with interchangeable capsules. The Beta 181 will be the company’s first wired mic to have swappable polar pattern capsules (cardioid, supercaridioid, omnidirectional, bidirectional) that attach to the mic body with a locking ring for a secure connection. With it’s extremely compact profile and side-address capsule,...

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Tascam’s Solar-Rechargeable Tuner

For the Eco-friendly guitarist in your band, Tascam now has a solar-rechargeable chromatic tuner: the TC-1S. A bank of solar cells on the front of the unit charge the tuner’s internal battery, and a nylon strap and clip allow you attach it to the outside of your gig bag so it will actually see some...

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Radial Workhorse 5000 Lunchbox Frame

Radial Engineering is about to release its much delayed and long anticipated lunchbox frame, the Workhorse 5000. The unit houses and powers up to eight analog modules of the popular 500 series ‘lunchbox’ format. However, it differs from its competitors by including a master section with analog summing of all 8 channels, master and auxiliary...

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Royer R-101 Ribbon Microphone

Royer Labs first came on the scene in 1998 with the R-121 passive ribbon mic. At the time, there were few manufacturers still making ribbons, and vintage models were fragile and bulky. Royer’s mic was a game-changer; with the ability to combine the warm, natural tone of vintage ribbons with better durability and a higher...

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New Release: Drumagog 5 by Wavemachine Labs

Wavemachine Labs has just released the fifth version of their popular drum replacement software Drumagog. With a redesigned graphic interface and a clutch of new features, this version is sure to impress both longtime users and newcomers. Drumagog 5 ($149.99 Basic) is a tool that allows you to replace recorded drum sounds. Insert the plugin...

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enCore Series by Blue Microphones

Blue Microphones has released a new family of mic’s designed with live sound in mind. The enCore line ($89.99 to $199.99)  currently includes four mic choices, each tailored for use on stage, but also with the ability to hold their own in the studio. The enCore 100 and 200 series are both handheld vocal mic’s...

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Level Pilot – Monitor Level Controller by TC Electronic

Having precise volume control at your fingertips during a mix is essential, but in a small or home studio, it can be difficult to achieve. Anyone who has spent time fumbling around for the monitor level knob on their audio interface, or trying to pull down the master fader in a DAW using a laptop...

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