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Knif Audio Knifonium
Tube-driven Synthesizer Emulation with Endless Possibilities
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AMEK EQ 200
Classic EQ in a Modern Design
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Shadow Hills Mastering Compressor Class A
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Deskew Gig Performer 3 MEGA
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Brainworx bx_console Focusrite SC
The Iconic Sound of the Focusrite Studio Console
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Brainworx bx_console SSL 9000 J
The unmistakable sound of the SSL 9000 J
Michael Brauer Interview
We interviewed Michael to find out why the SSL 9000 J is so unique, and why it has played such a...
The history of the SSL 9000 J
Why the SSL 9000 J became one of the most popular consoles for Pop, Hip Hop, and R&B production.
Wolfgang Palm Interview
We interviewed Wolfgang Palm (PPG synths) during his visit to the Brainworx Audio studios to find...
Class A Mixing & Mastering with Joe Carrell
Class is in session with Mix & Mastering Engineer Joe Carrell.
Interview with Reid Shippen
Reid Shippen shares some tips and tricks for the Maag MAGNUM-K as well as a handful of presets!
Tobias Lindell Interview
We interviewed Tobias Lindell ahead of the new Lindell Audio 80 Series to discuss the release as...
Getting from A to B with Marc Adamo
ADPTR AUDIO founder Marc Adamo put together a series of expert tips and tricks that will help you...
Interview with IRKO
Meet IRKO the man behind some of the biggest songs in the music industry.
Interview with Brad Divens
We sat down with Brad Divens (Enrique Iglesias, Linkin Park) to talk about his legendary...
Interview with Benjamin Rice
We discuss the many challenges music producers face, with Benjamin Rice who recently worked with...
The Story behind the bx_oberhausen
Learn more about the journey of creating Brainworx's first synthesizer.
Mixing It Up with Andrew Scheps
Mixing engineer/producer Andrew Scheps explains enhancing guitars with vocal tools.
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