Warm worked hard to nail the API 312 preamp vibe. Then, they racked up 4 channels in one rack space. Plug into this for fat, punchy lows and 312-style mojo.
This "British Mod" of the Distressor compressor gives you ELI's version of the classic 1176 "all buttons in" setting -- plus a Stereo Image Link option.
Heritage Audio's take on classic diode-bridge compressors, this all-discrete Class A dynamics processor features Carnhill/St. Ives transformer-balanced I/O.
A two-channel '73-style mic preamp/EQ in an affordable package? Yes, please! Warm Audio's take on the 1073 delivers 80 dB of gain and 3-band EQ -- times two.
Shape sounds with precise and extremely musical results. The Heritage Audio symphEQ can equalize in both L/R and M/S modes, for versatile sonic sculpting.
What's better than a great 1073 clone? Two of them! Heritage Audio's HA73EQX2 gives you two preamp channels with musical EQ and tons of classic character.
The Portico 5017 packs a great-sounding Neve mic preamp, compressor, and instrument DI in a to-go box. You can even blend the XLR mic and DI to one output!
Dial in warmth and clarity with UA's iconic LA-610 mic pre -- and compress on the way in with T4 optical circuit identical to the legendary Teletronix LA-2A.
RME's ADI-2 PRO FS R is a world-class DAC/ADC with a femtosecond clock, a DSD audio recorder/player, a high-end headphone amp, and a USB audio interface.
What's better than a 1073-clone mic pre? Two of them! Warm up two channels with Warm Audio's hand-wired homage to the classic Class A British console preamp.
Get a classic 73-style preamp and 81-style equalizer in one box with Heritage Audio's HA-81A, an all-discrete channel strip with no-compromise build quality.
With their deep, detailed sound, Neve preamps are a cornerstone of studio recording. Add that magic to your tracks with the 2-channel RND 5211 mic pre!
Dial in sweet highs and thick lows. Heritage Audio recreates the equalizer section of the legendary 1073 preamp with this line-input 500 Series EQ module.
BLA packed 4 B12A mic pres into 1 rack space to build the Quad. Plug into 4 channels with 70 dB of punchy API 312A-style gain, Cinemag transformers and all.