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An Introduction to Compression: Basic Compression - A free download from Audio Masterclass

An Introduction to Equalization - A free download from Audio Masterclass

Equipping Your Home Recording Studio - A free download from Audio Masterclass

How not to run a recording session!

The Audio Masterclass Course in Compression (Assessed Course)

Q: Can I use a low-pass filter to remove noise from my recording?

How much power do you need to fill a venue with sound?

New music: Feeling Christmassy by The Christmassy Guy

The Making of a CD - FREE DOWNLOAD

What is production? Part 4: Mixing

Develop your DAW skills by making a ringtone using edits and crossfades

An investigation of the pre-delay parameter of the Lexicon 480L reverb plug-in

Make an attention-getting lo-fi introduction for a track

BEHRINGER Extends MICRO Series with Three Compact Audio Tools

The MICROPHONO PP400 is a phono preamp designed to lift tunes from vinyl to be sent to a mixer or a recording unit. The product accommodates magnetic pickups and converts any RIAA-equalised signal to a line level signal...

The MICROPHONO PP400 is a phono preamp designed to lift tunes from vinyl to be sent to a mixer or a recording unit. The product accommodates magnetic pickups and converts any RIAA-equalised signal to a line level signal.

The MICROPOWER PS400 supplies any type of condenser microphone with phantom power. With a selectable +12/+48 V power supply, the unit boasts an ultra low-noise audio performance.

The monitor headphone amplifier, MICROMON MA400, is equipped with a flexible Mic In and Mic Through XLR connectors with Ground Lift switch, and a Stereo Monitor input with dedicated Monitor Level control and Mono/Stereo switch.

To view the BEHRINGER product showcase for 2006, visit the BEHRINGER exhibition booth at The NAMM Show 2006 at Hall A, Booth 6756.

For more information, visit their web site at www.behringer.com

By our press release coordinator Thursday November 30, 2006