Universal Audio have some exciting news – save 40% on the 40 top-selling UAD Plug-Ins, until September 19! Full details at this link.Read more →
Last chance to purchase a Universal Audio 6176 Vintage Channel Strip and get a UAD-2 OCTO DSP Accelerator for FREE!
Last chance to purchase a new Universal Audio 6176 Vintage Channel Strip and get a UAD-2 OCTO DSP Accelerator for FREE! The 6176 Vintage Channel Strip offers a dynamic pairing of Bill Putnam’s famed 610 tube preamp with the signature FET compression of the 1176LN – it’s the ultimate one-two punch for your signal chain, relied upon in studios world-wide and by A-list artists from Coldplay to Jay‑Z. The eight-chip UAD-2 OCTO DSP Accelerator is the perfect way to supercharge wyour […]Read more →
As part of the recent MUTEK Montréal festival, HHB Canada held two workshops focusing on control voltage (CV) integration between Universal Audio interfaces and Ableton Live. In particular, how they can be used together to send and receive CV from modular synthesizers and Ableton. In part 1 our guest presenter, Len Goins, explains the basics of audio and CV within a modular synthesizer environment.Read more →
DNS 8D multi-channel dialogue noise suppressor with Dante® CEDAR’s Dialogue Noise Suppression technology is the standard for removing background noise from dialogue in studios. With near-zero latency, high-resolution processing, and a fast, intuitive user interface, it eliminates traffic noise, air conditioning, wind, rain, babble and general background noise from audio signals. It will also help to compensate for unfavourable acoustic conditions and poor microphone placement, and will even suppress excessive reverberation. The CEDAR DNS 8D has been designed specifically for broadcast […]Read more →
Merging Insider Newsletter High resolution news from the Swiss audio experts The Merging Insider newsletter is a collection of all the goings on each month from our office, located in the Swiss countryside. Find out more about what is happening with our product development, see details on users worldwide working with our equipment and generally keep on top of all that is happening. ‘We invited two accomplished jazz musicians into The Hub Studio to record brass parts over some […]Read more →