Peter Gardner

Peter Gardner

Peter Gardner has spent 20 years working within the audio industry, from an early live sound background through to devloping and writing about IT solutions in the studio. A background that also has given growth over the years, to a great enthusiasm for anything new that combines music and technology.

Genelec has introduced the 8430A IP SAM studio monitor, which brings AES67 audio-over-IP capabilities via AES67, an industry first.

RME updates product lines @ Messe 2016

Published in Audio

RME has released updates to three long-standing products at the Messe trade fair to help celebrate its 20th year in business.

Going big: The Goliath interface from Antelope Audio

Published in Audio

We profile the Goliath from Antelope Audio, a large interface that offers ample features and connectivity options for the premium professional market.

Fluid Audio FPX7 Speakers

Published in Audio

We profile the FPX7 studio monitoring speakers from Fluid Audio, which may represent excellent value from key innovations.

Korg extends Nano controller range

Published in Audio

NanoKONTROL studio and NanoKEY Studio, expand on Korg’s Nano collection with some interesting new features.

Arturias unleashes 100% analogue synth path MatrixBrute

Published in Audio

One of the hits of NAMM so far judging by the reaction of everyone who sees it is the Arturias MaxtrixBrute synth. Peter Gardner is not immune.

Build your own synth using your choice of modules

Published in Audio

As well as some new modules of its own, Waldorf has introduced a keyboard case for Eurorack modules that effectively allows you to build your own synth.

RedShark Review: Audeze Sine Headphones

Published in Audio

We review the Audeze Sine headphones, a closed back, mobile-friendly design that gives products from more well-known brands a run for their money.

Focusrite Red 4Pre: High-end audio distribution system

Published in Audio

We profile the Red 4Pre system from Focusrite, which provides amples i/O and conversion options for your live production.

Intel Broadwell-E: Enthusiast CPUs for audio pros?

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We review the Intel Broadwell-E line, which offers performance gains at similar price points as the previous generation. But, does it make sense to make the switch?

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