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Studio Deals from AMS Neve, SSL, Shure, and KRK

Studio Deals from AMS Neve, SSL, Shure, and KRK  ·  Source: SSL / Shure

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In this week’s edition of Studio Deals, we’ve got a selection ranging from basic recording essentials to professional preamps and more.

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Studio Deals

Whether you’re at the beginning of your recording journey or a seasoned audio campaigner, we’ve got an impressive selection of offers to take your studio to the next level.

SSL 2

The SSL 2 is a USB desktop audio interface with 24-bit 192 kHz AKM converters and a pair of microphone preamps with a vintage 4K function. What’s more, the inputs allow you to switch between line, Hi-Z, and instrument impedance settings.

SSL 2
SSL 2

On the top panel, you also have access to direct monitoring mix control and headphones level. Meanwhile, there is clearly visible metering on each channel and the oversized main monitor control gives the SSL 2 a great look and feel.

Overall, the SSL 2 gives you the essential tools to kick off with your recording project or podcast. In addition, you get the SSL Vocalstrip 2 and Drumstrip plug-ins included to help get you started.

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KRK GoAux 3

When you need a mobile recording studio, the KRK GoAux 3 gets you there fast. Each monitor is built with a 3-inch woofer (22W) and a 1-inch tweeter (8W), and the package ships with acoustic isolation stands and a handy carry bag.

GoAux 3 Left Speaker (front/rear view)
GoAux 3 Left Speaker (front/rear view)

On the rear panel, there are connectivity options including a stereo minijack input and RCA inputs. What’s more, you’ll find the function button for pairing your devices via Bluetooth 5.0.

Meanwhile, the volume control and headphones input on the front of the left speaker are conveniently placed, and there are also controls for making EQ optimization adjustments.

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Shure SM7B

Easily one of the most popular mics available today, the Shure SM7B is loved equally by creators, podcasters, and musicians. As a broadcast-quality dynamic mic, it offers excellent speech intelligibility and will also do well capturing guitar amps and brass instruments.

Shure SM 7B
Shure SM 7B

The SM7B is perfect for recording in unfavourable acoustic spaces, as its cardioid pickup pattern is highly localized with excellent off-axis cancelation. In addition, the mid-boost and low-end roll-off switches allow you to enhance the source somewhat.

One thing worth noting when recording with the SM7B is that it’s a low-output microphone and requires extra preamplification to perform at optimal.

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AMS Neve 1073LB

The AMS Neve 1073LB brings the world’s most saught-after preamp into the 500-series format. Now, you can easily carry around the legendary 1073 in your lunchbox for use in studio or live sound situations.

AMS Neve 1073LB
AMS Neve 1073LB

Whether you need a warm vocal preamp or a high-quality DI input for guitar, this 1073LB provides a professional solution that allows you overload the input and fine tune the output for added character.

Of course it’s a considerable investment for a single preamp, which excludes the cost of a 500-series chassis. However, if you’re planning on entering the professional arena in recording or live sound, it’s a sure bet.

AMS Neve 1073LB
AMS Neve 1073LB
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Drawmer 1974

The Drawmer 1974 is a 4-band stereo EQ with a vintage sound capable of treating vocals, drums, guitars, and your mixbus. For starters, the high and low pass filters allow you to isolate the frequency range.

Drawmer 1974
Drawmer 1974

From there, the variable low band has a peak function and multiple shelf slope settings while the two mid bands have variable Q, and the high-shelf has both 12 and 6 dB per octave slope settings.

All in all, this makes the 1974 a versatile processor in recording and mixing applications. Moreover, it’s suitable for use on individual tracks as well as channel groups.

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*Note: percentage discounts may vary according to your region and currency conversion rates on the day of purchase. Displayed percentage discounts are guidelines only.

Image Sources:
  • SSL 2: SSL
  • GoAux 3 Left Speaker (front/rear view): KRK
  • Shure SM 7B: Bonedo
  • AMS Neve 1073LB: AMS Neve
  • Drawmer 1974: Drawmer
  • ssl-2-widget: Thomann
  • krk-goaux-3-widget: Thomann
  • shure-sm7-b-widget: Thomann
  • ams-neve-1073lb-widget: Thomann
  • drawmer-1974-widget: Thomann
Studio Deals from AMS Neve, SSL, Shure, and KRK

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