Demonstrating the Waves J37 analog tape emulation plug-in and comparison with a real tape recorder
Are your recordings too QUIET?
Q: How can I make a good mix for TV?
What is your main concern if your interest is voice over?
Build a working turntable from CARDBOARD, courtesy of Kid Koala
For beginners - Why do your loudspeakers have holes in them?
Silence.. silence.. silence.. tap tap.. IS THE MICROPHONE ON?
Clipping and compressing a drum recording to achieve an exciting sound texture
Is there such a thing as a loudspeaker that doesn't sound like a loudspeaker?
A brief introduction to mixing in the home recording studio
January 4, 2005
Designed for the musician on the go, the microAmp can be powered by AC or batteries for portability, while easily accommodating more than one instrument.
With a two-channel design, the microAmp can function as a single instrument amp, offering channel switching with the included footswitch. Or add a second instrument and use both channels at once. There's also a stereo line input for a total of four input channels.
The microAmp is currently priced at $600 with delivery expected within 30 days. You can reach the company at RMS, Inc, Box 214, Milan MI, 48160, (734)-439-1361, email: RmsMicroAmp@aol.com. The microAmp can also be ordered through Music Go Round, 2791 oak valley, Ann Arbor, MI 734-662-1080, and will be sold via eBay.