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John Lennon’s 1971 album, Imagine, and its legendary title track are the former Beatle’s most famous solo works. The album and the unconventional promotional film that accompanied it were recently remastered and reissued by Yoko Ono and the Lennon estate, with the original album supported by well over one hundred additional tracks of demo versions, studio outtakes, and isolated track elements. Called Imagine – The Ultimate Collection, the reissue spans four CDs and two surround sound Blu-ray discs. Musician and engineer Paul Hicks led the project and joined Gavin Lurssen and Reuben Cohen to master the box set – 140 tracks in total – at the Lurssen Mastering facilities in Burbank, California…
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1968 MKII Tube/FET Compressor The 1968 MKII is a 1U Tube/FET ‘stereo bus’ compressor which by design delivers a transparent ‘open’ sound even during periods of heavy compression. Featured on both channels is a switchable ‘BIG’ or ‘BIGGER’ mode which applies less processing to the fundamental low frequency but still disciplines the upward associated… Read more »
Mic Pre One “I’ve been using the Daking Mic Pre One in conjunction with my Fender Showman (pre-CBS blonde tweed) amp and bottom with one fifteen inch speaker, while playing my 1966 Fender Precision Bass with a 1968 Fender Telecaster neck. I find the combination to be unbeatable for playing. To record, I use… Read more »
UNI-POP DOUBLE FACED POP FILTER Replaceable double faced pop filter with a simplified universal connection to any 5/8″ screw thread mic stand. Popping sounds occur particularly in the pronunciation of aspirated plosives (such as the first ‘p’ in the English word “popping”). Hissing sounds or sibilance frequently result from the pronunciation of fricatives such… Read more »
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