Gabby Bloch

Gabby has worked as a songwriter and producer for over 10 years and has published a vast catalogue of songs made for TV and film. She is also an audiophile by default, having tested and reviewed hundreds of headphones and audiophile equipment for major audio publications. When she’s not writing creative content for B&H, you can find her tinkering around in her studio, producing jaw-dropping tracks.

Latest Articles

6 days ago
If you're new to the world of audio and are wondering what a mic preamp does and whether you need one for your home studio, you're in luck. We've put this guide together to answer all of your questions. What Is a Mic Preamp? The most basic function of a mic preamplifier, or preamp, is to increase the signal from your microphone so that you get plenty of gain to achieve high-fidelity digital…
1 week ago
When Bluetooth headphone technology first arrived on the scene, wireless headphones couldn’t come close to offering the same resolution as a wired headphone. And in some respects, this unfortunate fact remains true. However, Bluetooth technology has undoubtedly improved since its early days, now offering Hi-Res Bluetooth codecs like aptX HD, aptX lossless, and LDAC. In short, you can now play Hi-…
3 weeks ago
Bose just announced the SoundLink Max, a portable powerhouse offering premium sound quality, a durable, travel-friendly build, and enough battery life to keep the party going for a whopping 20 hours.…
1 month ago
What is a DAC? If you’ve dipped your toes into the audiophile world, you’ve probably seen the term, “DAC” referenced in countless articles and online forums. Why? In short, a DAC can make your music sound better. But what is a DAC, and how does it work? Simply put, DAC stands for “digital to audio converter.” You may be surprised to discover that you already use DACs all the time. For example,…
1 month ago
When looking for the best headphones for your mixing needs, there are several factors worth considering before taking the purchasing plunge. Here are some brief guidelines and recommendations when choosing your ideal pair of mixing headphones. Open-Back vs. Closed-Back Headphones For those unfamiliar with open-back headphones, their basic design characteristic is an open earcup (and we’ll talk…