Love the M-Audio Code range but not sure about its white keyboard design? As of 2017, the brand’s beloved MIDI keyboard controller range is now available in sleek, modern and ever-fashionable black. Choose from either the 49 or 61 key model with a veritable rainbow of features and functionality. Here are the top features in our M-Audio Code review.
M-Audio has replaced the popular AV30 and AV40 models with brand new models, and the changes are rather exciting. Take a gander at our M-Audio Studiophile AV42 review to see whether these could be the next option for your studio or desktop environment.
The selection and purchasing of studio or DJ headphones is a highly personal process, and what works for some won’t be right for others. However, there are some options available that really do appeal to a wide number of people, and M-Audio headphones are amongst those options. If you’re looking for a professional, high definition set for live music or recording, here’s our M-Audio HDH50 review for your perusal.
You may have already read an Alto subwoofer review or two so far, but is this series right for your playing needs? Let’s see how the specifications stack up across the Alto Truesonic series, and where these subwoofers can really prove their worth.
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How’s your current PA system faring? Are you feeling a little frustrated at the lack of power or by distortion that shouldn’t be there? If you find yourself setting up for bigger events and venues than you used to or are limited by the features of your current setup, ask yourself these questions to see if it’s time to upgrade.
Getting your band out of the garage and into paid gigs isn’t easy, but owning your own powered speakers and party lights gives you a better chance of success.
What exactly are the differences between powered and passive speakers? It’s a common enough question for those looking for an addition to their sound system, so let’s take a look at the different options.
One minute everyone’s listening, dancing and happy, and the next minute it sounds like a screaming banshee has been let loose in the venue. We’re all familiar with the unpleasant rumbling, howling or screeching of acoustic feedback, but how do you stop it happening? Read on to find out.