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Studio Deals from KRK, RME, Shure, and SSL

Studio Deals from KRK, RME, Shure, and SSL  ·  Source: James Kovin / Unsplash / SSL

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In this week’s Studio Deals, you’ll find a nice variety of offers ranging from recording essentials to specialized audio interfaces and DAW controllers.

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Studio Deals

If you’re working in a home studio, it helps to have gear you can rely on that doesn’t cost the earth. Let’s take a closer look at the offers currently available:

Beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro

beyerdynamic DT-770 Pro

The closed-back DT-770 Pro is one of the most popular sets of headphones available. This 80 Ohm model will perform well on a wide range of studio and consumer devices and it provides great isolation for tracking vocals and other instruments.

The included 3-meter cable has a screw-on stereo jack adapter and the comfort and build quality is good, as you’d expect from a set of Beyers. Overall, the DT-770 Pro is a great choice as your first set of recording headphones.

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KRK GoAux4

The GoAux4 is a portable monitoring solution from KRK, complete with monitor stands, measurement mic, and a useful carry bag. Don’t be fooled by their size, these 4-inch drivers pack plenty of power, with a max SPL of 98.5 dB.

Besides the Automatic Room Correction (ARC) and EQ switches on the rear panel, you’ll also find TRS, RCA, aux, and USB inputs. What’s more, the GoAux4 is Bluetooth 5.0 compatible, which allows multiple devices to be paired simultaneously.

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Shure SM7B

As seen on YouTube, the SM7B is the industry standard for broadcasting, with excellent off-axis cancellation and overall speech intelligibility. However, with the right comination of preamp and compressor it will also serve as a great mic for vocal recording.

At the correct distance, the SM7B provides excellent resistance to sibilance and plosives and has integrated switches for low-end roll-off as well as mid-range boost, which helps to enhance different types of voices or sound sources.

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SSL UF-1

The UF-1 offers a compact desktop solution for DAW control, with transport controls, a weighted jog wheel, and a touch-sensitive 100 mm motorized fader. Its 2 TFT LC colour displays help you keep track of metering, parameters, and more.

Like the other SSL controllers that it can work in conjunction with, the build quality is of a high standard with a tough metal body with a brushed anodized top panel. DAW profiles include Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Studio One, Ableton Live, LUNA, and Pyramix.

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RME Fireface UCX II

RME Fireface UCX II

The Fireface UCX II is a high-end portable USB audio interface with standalone recording functionality. It’s equipped with eight analogue inputs, including 2 XLR-combo preamps, as well as six DC-coupled line outputs.

The UCX II also provides MIDI I/O, ADAT I/O, AES/EBU, SP/DIF, and Wordclock connectivity which is impressive for its size. As usual, it features RME’s SteadyClock FS converter technology and uses the TotalMix software for routing configuration.

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Studio Deals from KRK, RME, Shure, and SSL

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