From budget to more high-end gear, with this week’s batch of Studio Deals, we’ve got a range of recording essentials for your home studio.
So whether you’re starting out or looking to upgrade your current setup, this is a great opportunity to save on some quality recording tools. Let’s take a closer look at the deals on offer:
Focusrite Scarlett 4th Gen
The Scarlett series audio interfaces are the most popular on the market for several reasons, two being that it delivers a decent quality standard in terms of preamps and converters and, of course, at a really good price.
The 4th Gen range has only just landed and now the prices have been reduced, bringing even more value for musicians and recording enthusiasts.
Kali Audio LP-6 2nd Wave
The Kali Audio LP-6 has made waves in the budget studio monitor market since its introduction only a few years ago. With excellent translation properties and great stereo imaging, this is a perfect option for a home studio.
What’s more, the Boundary EQ system on the rear panel provides multiple configurations to optimize the LP-6 for your listening environment. Now at just $350 a pair, it’s a hard act to follow.
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Based on the 4000B series channel strips, the B-DYN 500-series module gives you console-style compression, limiting, and expander/gate features in an affordable format.
The module also features a de-esser mode by dialing the ratio knob all the way right and the release to the far left. Meanwhile, you have the option to stereo-link a pair of these modules and they’re equipped with a sidechain HP filter.
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The AKG C414 has a legacy that dates back to the early 1970s. Since then many changes have come into the design including the capsule being replaced with one that is easier to manufacture and moving toward a transformerless circuit.
Today, you have two options for the famous multipattern condenser: the brighter and more modern-sounding C414 XLII, or the darker C414 XLS which sounds more reminiscent of the vintage 414s from the 1980s and earlier.
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RME Fireface UFX III
If you’re looking to take your home studio to the next level, the RME Fireface UFX III is the perfect way to do it. For starters, you get 4 super clean mic preamps and RME’s renowned converters with SteadyClock FS technology.
In addition to this, there are 8 channels of analogue I/O on the rear panel, and almost every digital connectivity format known to man, including ADAT, MADI, AES/EBU, wordclock, and MIDI I/O.
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