Field Report: iZotope Iris 

Iris is a groundbreaking plug-in or standalone program for PC and Mac that allows users to effectively "draw" frequency-specific nuances on an audio sample.

Field Report: RDL HR-MCP2 

The HR-MCP2 dual-channel microphone compressor occupies half a single rack space, and the dynamic control packed inside it is an overly picky engineer’s dream come true.

Field Report: Adobe Audition CS6 

Some veteran Audition users may have discovered some unsettling operational features inside version 5.5, but fortunately, Adobe Audition CS6 has reworked, reinvented and recharged the editing software.

Field Report: Audio-Technica AT2005USB 

This dual-personality mic can connect via an XLR connector or USB.

Field Report: Inovonics David IV 

The David IV is a five-band processor that has lots of bells and whistles, and includes composite, AES3 and analog ins and outs as well as inputs for RDS.

Field Report: Yellowtec iXm 

The iXm combines a digital recorder with a mono microphone in a familiar handheld format.

Field Report: Aphex Headpod 4 

Multiple inputs and powerful amplifiers make this a flexible headphone amplifier.

Field Report: IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R 155 

These little stands can help your studio sound cleaner by simply raising the studio monitors to ear level and cutting out unwanted vibration.

Field Report: Inovonics INOmini 632 

One surprisingly challenging issue with operating HD Radio technology is cost-effective and professional monitoring. The Inovonics 632 addresses this need.

Field Report: Nautel NV40 

WYSO at Antioch University in Yellow Springs, OH, continues to grow to meet the needs of its public radio audience. A new transmitter site is one of its recent projects.

Field Report: AdsWizz Audio Advertiser and Liquid Compass 

Leighton Interactive likes the integration of Liquid Compass streaming services and the AdsWizz advertising platform.

Field Report: Sony Creative Software Sound Forge Pro 10 

Chris Wygal thinks Sony Sound Forge Pro 10 is a veritable Swiss Army Knife for audio recording, restoration and mastering.

Field Report: Tieline Bridge-IT 

The Flames Sports Network chose IP for college football and basketball broadcasts, and it relies on the Tieline Bridge-IT to get there and back.

Field Report: Deva Broadcast DB44 

This IP-accessible, DSP-based analog FM monitoring receiver packs a lot of capability into a small package.

Field Report: Nagra SD 

This sturdy handheld recorder has several plug-in mic elements for greater recording versatility.

Field Report: Harris PR&E NetWave 

These Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania stations chose the NetWave to broadcast a high-quality on-air product while remaining within budget.

Field Report: Orban Optimod-FM 8600 

Bill Eisenhamer of Lincoln Financial Media California likes the familiar feel and updated features of the Orban processor.

Field Report: Adobe Audition CS5.5 

With its 5.5 release, Audition is now available for Mac users.

Field Report: Olympus DM-620 

The most unique feature of this recorder is the Tresmic 3 microphone system.

Field Report: Harris Intraplex HD Link 

The Intraplex HD Link is a 950MHz radio system that passes not only the typical program audio, but also HD Radio traffic between a studio location and a transmitter site.

Field Report: Blue Microphones Yeti Pro 

This dual-purpose mic can be used with a USB or XLR connection.

Field Report: Avid Mbox Mini 

This computer audio interface provides phantom power, direct line-in inputs for musical instruments or audio components, and features capture and mix for high-quality sessions, with up to 24-bit/48kHz audio resolution.

Field Report: Harris Broadcast PR&E Oasis 

Available in an 8- or 12-channel chassis, Greg Savoldi says this console was exactly what his volunteer station needed.

Field Report: RDL EZ-MCP1 Mic Compressor 

This inline compressor works its magic at the microphone low-impedance level, which Chris Wygal found handy for his remotes.

Field Report: Behringer EPA150 

Gil Wilson has found a PA that takes up little space, provides enough sound to cover smaller areas and save his back all at the same time.

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