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Microphone stand
Advice & Tips,

Microphone Stand Buying Guide 2020

When buying a microphone, the last thing you’ll probably be thinking about is how you are going to mount it when using it. Chances are you’ll be deep in thought on the specification and performance of your chosen mic. This may be an afterthought once you’ve bought your new microphone,
Studio monitor stands
Advice & Tips,

Studio Monitor Stands Buying Guide 2020

Building your own home studio has never been easier and more cost-effective. With so many options out there, it can seem like a daunting task pulling the trigger on what items you’ll need for your studio. In this guide, we’ll take a look at the usually overlooked aspect of studio
News,

Musicians, gigs and the Coronavirus

As I write this, COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is active in over 100 countries and continues to spread while gathering momentum daily. But it’s also worth pointing out that although there are over 110,000 reported cases, there are also over 60,000 people who have already recovered. The UK government and NHS are
Studiospares PortaPA 12
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Studiospares release – PortaPA 12

Studiospares are proud this week to announce the release of the brand new PortaPA 12 system. The PortaPA 12 has been developed and designed to accommodate the needs of entertainers, presenters, coaches, trainers and performers that require a high-powered PA system in any location. The PortaPA 12 is the all-in
News,

Focusrite Introduces 3-Year Warranty On All Products

Big news from Focusrite, as they are excited to announce an extension to their standard limited warranty, which comes with all their new products. Previously, we all enjoyed a 2-year warranty, but now effective on purchases from 1st January 2018 onwards – the warranty period has been increased to 3-years
Advice & Tips,

How to clean a dynamic microphone

Whether you are working within a professional studio or live setting, chances are you’ll have a collection of dynamic microphones. Ultimately these should be kept as clean as possible as they are a breeding ground for germs and bacteria, due to their low sensitivity and close proximity to performer’s mouths.