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Pedals and Effects Review Meris Mercury7 Pedal

Juan and Nick take to the screen once more to tell you loads and loads about the new Meris Mercury7 pedal – a startling reverb inspired by the Bladerunner soundtrack. Their thorough review takes you through all the primary, secondary and global functions, stripping back layer after layer of the Mercury7 which, in their words, […]

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Stéphane Bucher uses DPA Microphones for Europe’s Biggest Sci-Fi Blockbuster

French sound engineer Stéphane Bucher faced a difficult task when he was asked to record the audio for Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, the new film from internationally acclaimed director Luc Besson. The Sci-Fi blockbuster, reportedly the most expensive movie ever produced in Europe, features over 100 characters, many of whom are […]

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DPA d:facto™ Vocal and Linear Vocal Comparison – Shake the Chains

What is the difference between the DPA d:facto™ Vocal (4018V) and Linear Vocal (4018VL) capsules? They can both take up to 160dB of SPL before distorting. They both have super-cardioid polar patterns, and excellent off-axis attenuation. The answer lies in the frequency response. Looking at the frequency charts below from 20Hz to 20kHz, you can […]

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