Andrew Eisele

Andrew Eisele

Andrew Eisele has worked as an audio engineer for studio and live sound for more than 16 years and has taught at Full Sail, SAE, and Dubspot. He is an Apple-certified trainer of Logic, has written several books on Reason, and was the host for the Music-Pro-Guides Training DVD series. When he’s not writing for B&H, you can find him operating the Tsunami Bass Sound System, an event production company based in New York City.

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Building upon the success of the legendary Taurus Bass sound engine and in the familiar Minitaur form-factor, Moog has announced its latest creation: Sirin, the Analog Messenger of Joy. The limited-edition instrument features an adjusted frequency range, capable of reaching notes...
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People have been controlling instruments long before there was even electricity. There were mechanical instruments from the 1800s, player pianos and orchestrions from the early 1900s, and the earliest synthesizers dated back to the first half of the 20th Century. By 1950, visionaries like Dr. Robert Moog and Don Buchla had created instruments that captured the hearts and minds of musicians and...
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Designed to give your vocals a professional polish with its integrated studio-quality analog compression, the HypeMiC from Apogee Electronics doesn't disappoint. If you've ever struggled to get your vocals to sit right in a dense mix, the HypeMiC just might be your Holy...
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The latest offering from Audient, Sono, is a dedicated 10-in/4-out USB Type-C audio interface designed for electric guitarists and bass players alike and combines award-winning analog recording technology with professional quality amplifier and speaker cab simulations. The compact, all-metal...
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Austin, Texas-based FMR Audio has been producing professional audio equipment at budget prices for more than 18 years. The company makes no-nonsense dynamic processors and microphone preamps that may look utilitarian, but hold their own when compared to other products costing up to ten times as much. In this brand overview, we’ll be looking at the FMR Audio product line and what makes it special...
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It’s that time a year again. The “holidaze” are upon us and with it comes the stress of finding the perfect gift for that special someone. I’m a terrible procrastinator, especially when holiday shopping, so I’ve compiled a roundup of the best portable Bluetooth speakers. Bluetooth speakers come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Portability is subjective, so we’ll be looking at a broad variety of...
3 months ago
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Perhaps you started with a small, self-contained PA and need better quality with greater output. Or perhaps your audience has grown and you are looking to add to your setup, or you need better coverage and more control. Maybe you started with an inexpensive analog mixer and are looking to make the jump to a digital board. If you have made an initial investment into a sound system and are looking...
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An equalizer or EQ is a device that adjusts the loudness of specific frequencies, and is available in a variety of types including shelf, graphic, parametric, and semi-parametric, which allow for surgical precision to wide-band adjustments. With such a wide range of classic designs to more esoteric offerings, the sheer number of EQs available can be a bit overwhelming. This article will help you...
3 months ago
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Any time we head into a holiday season, you may be searching for gifts for that special someone. If they are a DJ professional or enthusiast, consider the wide selection of gear at B&H, for any application and budget. Perhaps you are looking for an all-in-one controller that comes with software, or you’re more the “old-school” type who is looking for two turntables and a mixer. There are also...
3 months ago
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It’s that time of year again. The days are getting shorter, the air crisper, and the foliage is starting to change. I’m talking about fall and my favorite holiday—Halloween! Ghosts, ghouls, monsters, skeletons, witches, and anything that goes bump in the night. As a kid, I loved going trick-or-treating with family and friends, and some of my favorite memories were of the houses in my neighborhood...
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For our final installment in the 500-Series guide, we’ll be looking at the available offerings of effects in the 500-Series format. I’m also including more utility modules that aren’t necessarily an “effect,” but don’t fall under the Preamp, EQ, or Compressor categories and are quite useful, nonetheless. Specialty Modules If you are after some serious color, it’s worth checking out the...
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If you want to learn about 500 Series, you need to start with API. API first started producing recording equipment in the late 1960s and has been on the cutting edge of recording technology throughout the ’70s and ’80s. The company’s large-frame consoles have gone on to become highly sought after and are comparable in quality to SSL and Neve, while providing a unique and sought-after sound all...
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Have you ever wondered how to set up dynamic lighting for your event or party? There are several low-cost and easy-to-program lighting systems that will allow you to create beautiful and engaging atmospheres for any occasion. In this article, we’ll explore various options of available lighting equipment and DMX, the programming language developed to control lighting equipment and related...
4 months ago
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Building upon the success of the HDJ-X5, Pioneer DJ announces the latest addition to its HDJ-X-series headphones, the HDJ-X5BT, which is available in gloss white,...
4 months ago
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The EON ONE and EON ONE Pro are compact, all-in-one linear-array PA systems well suited for singer/song-writers, small live events, bars, clubs, meetings, and conference rooms. Both systems consist of a powered subwoofer...
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