We've recently bought a whole load of B-stock Focusrite and Novation products, which have been refurbished by Focusrite Novation themself and tested as fully operational. Yes, the boxes may be slightly tattier than new units and the accessories may not come in a sealed bag, but all units are in a great condition and come with all their standard software and cables!
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Posted on August 24, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
This post was posted in Computer Music, DJ Gear, General News, Keyboards & Synths, Offers and was tagged with dicer, factory refurbished, focusrite, impulse, Novation, octopre mk ii, saffire 6, saffire pro 14, saffire pro 40, scarlett 2i2, scarlett 8i6, sl mkii, ultranova, vrm box
Posted on February 27, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Posted on February 15, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
The Focusrite VRM Box allows you to monitor your mixes in your headphones, as if you were listening back to them through a pair of speakers in front of you! What's more is that you can choose from a variety of different speakers to monitor through, and you can also select what environment you want to monitor in (untreated room, home studio or professional recording studio), allowing you to get the perfect mix every time, without having to spend a fortune on equipment!
Posted on April 1, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
What Is VRM? VRM (Virtual Reference Monitoring) technology basically allows you to listen to your music through a pair of heaphones, but hear it as if the sound were coming from a pair of speakers in front of you! Why would you want to do this? You may not have the money for an expensive pair of studio monitors... or, you may find yourself in a situation where blasting out loud music at all hours of the day and night is not possible (maybe you have a less than sympathetic neighbour, a less than sympathetic partner, or a new born baby who seems unappreciative of all the noise coming from the spare room, and rudely insists on bawling whilst you try to perfect your mixes!)... or maybe you do a lot of your mixing on a laptop, away from your main studio... or perhaps it's for a completely different reason altogether... but I'm assuming that if you are reading this then you probably have a good reason to want to mix through headphones! Continue Reading