All artforms have their elitists, and music is certainly no exception.
Elitism in music production extends beyond the dictates of the listeners, to the writers, creators, technicians and even the tools they use to create.
For many of those behind the scenes, all the honor and prestige is in adhering Read more...
March 31st, 2017 by Dan Gluszak
Drawmer announces the MPA-90 two-channel class D power amplifier.
The MPA-90 by Drawmer offers 90W of power per channel or 180W bridged, as well as tabletop or rackmount compatibility.
The MPA-90’s small dual monoblock design, with tabletop or rack mountable footprint, houses guts capable of delivering 90W per channel (into Read more...
September 6th, 2016 by Gabriel Lamorie
Drawmer’s MC2.1 monitor controller laid the foundation for functionality appropriate for most working professionals monitoring desires. TransAudio Group is fulfilling even more of our desires with the MC3.1.
The new Drawmer MC3.1 introduces 24/192 digital input, a mono sub feed that can tap any of the three monitors pairs with Read more...
August 10th, 2016 by Julian Tardo
The Wilkinson Audio DeBleeder offers an innovative and effective take on noise-gating, designed specifically for drum tracks.
When it comes to recording and mixing acoustic drums in the context of modern, punchy record production, a key difficulty is sufficiently isolating individual drums for processing and beefing up.
Bleed (or “spill”) Read more...
April 26th, 2016 by Marc Alan Goodman
The Drawmer 1978 Stereo Tone-Shaping FET compressor.
Drawmer have been in the audio game for quite a while.
In 1982, they released the DS201 gate, and by the time I started recording music it was already considered a staple for over a decade.
By the time I began taking things Read more...