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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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DL241 Dual Channel Compressor The introduction of the Drawmer DL241 Dual Channel ‘Auto-Compressor’ highlighted the beginning of a new generation of dynamic processors which set new standards of sonic excellence. Its combination of features, displays and well designed control functions make it an outstanding product for a vast range of broadcast, sound reinforcement, and… Read more »
SMC “Magic Clamp” The SMC comes with a L format hexagonal aluminum bar with adjustable 5/8″ screw thread connections, mounted on a steel claw, attachable to tubular systems from ¼” to 1″ and to rectangular rods with ¼” thickness up to 1 ¼” (like a drum hoop). The SMC’s attachment is so efficient and… Read more »
ST4 Microphone Mount The ST4, consists of four 5/8″ male thread devices and one articulated 5/8″ female thread support that fits a mic stand, all sliding on a 30 cm. long hexagonal rod. This allows the mounting of four mics. on the same stand with variable distance and angulation between them.
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 »
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