In this review, I’ll be taking a look at the KRK Rokit 7 G4 powered studio monitors. Rokits are notable for the iconic black/white and yellow coloring, the hyped low end, and their affordability. Let’s see if the Rokit 7 G4 hold up the standard or lower the bar.
These days, it is surprisingly easy to make and post your own songs online.
Often in the rush to prove the ease, speed, or convenience of their product, marketers get a bit too enthusiastic. This leads people to results less than they could have been.
We will look here at a solid process for putting together a song – from beat to mix and master, and ready for release (which will be covered in another article).
Today, we’ll be reviewing the Adam Audio A4V 4-inch powered studio monitors.
We’re fairly big fans of Adam Audio here at Higher Hz, and the company has yet to let us down in terms of the quality of their products, and the cost-to-value ratio that comes with them. Let’s see if the A4V change our opinion.
During the last three years, I’ve tested a wide range of monitor speakers here at Higher Hz, and in this article, I’ll be providing you with what I consider to be the best studio monitors for music production in 2023 for home and professional studios alike.
Today, we’ll be reviewing the Lewitt LCT 240 Pro condenser microphone.
Lewitt is a great company, and we’ve come to expect some truly fantastic products from them over the years. Without further adieu, let’s get started.
Today, we’ll be reviewing the Shure MV7 dynamic USB/XLR microphone.
Shure is a reliable company, and is responsible for a number of advancements in audio technology. Let’s see if the MV7 holds up Shure’s reputation.