I just did a review of the new Creative Sound Blaster K3+ audio interface. It’s more than your typical interface unit. Here is how Creative define it on their site: “An external sound mixer module with hardware audio processing such as reverb, autotune, and voice morphing effects.” They also call it a “USB-Powered Recording and…… See More
Recording Gear Reviews
These are reviews I've personally conducted after trying some particular piece of audio recording gear, such as microphones, interfaces, software, etc.
I just tested a USB mic called the Maono AU-901, which a USB microphone. The mic is intended primarily for podcasting, gaming, Skype, video voice-over, etc. This mic costs $46.99 at Amazon.com. As with all of my mic reviews, I recorded audio from the review mic and tested it against a comparable mic. In this…… See More
Here is my review of the Samson Q2U microphone. They call this, more specifically, the “Q2U Recording and Podcasting Pack.” If you don’t want the gory details, I’ll tell you the results of the review right here. The Q2U is excellent! It’s better than the Q1U by a lot and it is almost as good…… See More
Genelec a well known Finnish monitor manufacturer recently announced the global release of 2 of their latest loudspeakers thus completing their so-called “The Ones” collection. Previously releasing the 8351 the first and the largest of the said series. Genelec yet released two loudspeakers to complete the set the 8331 and 8341. Why “The Ones?” the…… See More
The latest in our month of mic reviews here at Home Brew Audio is the Shure KSM8 Dualdyne handheld dynamic microphone. I briefly talked about this mic a couple weeks ago in my post “World’s First Dual Diaphragm Dynamic Microphone.” That post also shows a video from the folks at Shure explaining what all the fuss…… See More