The Steinberg UR824 recording interface gives you up to 24 channels, so you can record the entire band at once. It features Yamaha mic preamps and built-in effects.
Yamaha's HS8 powered studio monitors give you the clean, uncolored sound that is vital to the recording process. Yamaha uses discrete amplifiers for both the woofer and tweeter to help deliver superb clarity and efficiency.
Mackie's ProFX16 16-channel mixer gives you all the features you need for live performance, plus gives you a slew of built-in effects to help you dial in the perfect tone.
A mixer is the brains of a live concert or recording session. It takes the various signals from all the different singers and instrumentalists and combines them into a clear stereo mix.
We sent an in-house pro audio expert to design a sound system for Trinity Irish Pub's dance floor. Complete with Crown amps, Furman power protection and JBL speakers, it was an instant hit.
Nimbit is a service lets you easily upload and share music with families, promote your music programs, and raise funds. See how it works.
This video gives shows you how to use the tuner in PreSonus Studio One recording software to develop your ability to play in tune.
This video shows you how to use the metronome and drum loops in PreSonus Studio One. Practicing with a metronome is essential. Studio One makes it fun, too.
This PreSonus video shows how to set up the PreSonus Music Creation Suite in your home practice room.
Listening to yourself play is an essential part of learning to play an instrument. This video gives you an overview of the PreSonus recording gear and software.
PreSonus StudioLive mixers are perfect for school or community theater productions because they are easy for students and volunteers to learn.
This PreSonus video shows how to set up a StudioLive digital mixer and connect it to a computer to make a school jazz band concert recording.
John Mlynczak, the music education guru at PreSonus, gives an overview of how PreSonus software and hardware can be used by music teachers and their students.
John Mlynczak, Education Market Manager for PreSonus, shows you how to record your school band's rehearsals using the AudioBox 44VSL.
In this video from PreSonus, John Mlynczak shows you how to use the PreSonus AudioBox Studio to efficiently record and share students' performance assessments.
When you dock your 4th generation iPad® into Mackie's DL1608 interface console, it becomes the control surface of a full-featured 16-channel mixer with stereo outputs for your main PA speakers and 6 auxiliary outputs for different monitor mixes or special effects.
Yamaha's MG mixers draw upon Yamaha's audio expertise and engineering skill to bring you a complete line of live sound mixers. All of them feature a road-worthy metal chassis, balanced XLR outputs, and studio-quality mic preamps.
Want to get into home recording, but not sure where to begin? Crutchfield takes a look at the basics of setting up a home recording studio in this short video.
Mixers let you take all the instruments and vocals and turn them into a clear stereo mix. Here are a few quick tips to help you mix more effectively.
Where you place your microphone during a live sound application or recording is vital to getting the best sound possible. Check out three quick tips to get you started in this video.
Are you trying to make sense of the gear you'll need to set up a live sound system? Confused about mixers, sources, amplifiers, cables, microphones, and more? Crutchfield looks at the basics in this short video.