Front End Audio carries a comprehensive selection of available Analog Gear, ranging from 500 Series Gear, Preamps, Compressors and Limiters, Equalizers, Gates and Expanders, Channel Strips, Summing Mixers, Studio Consoles, Direct Boxes, Signal Processors, and Studio Effects. There's such a wide variety of choices of each type of Analog Gear that it can be a bit overwhelming to know which preamp. Compressor, Multi-Effects Processor, or Summing Mixer will be right for the sound, workflow, and reliability you are trying to achieve. Front End Audio's staff brings years of professional studio and live sound experience to the table. Combine that with a genuine passion for Analog Gear and the art of integrating recording consoles, outboard gear, and DAWs for flawless performance, and Front End Audio is your best choice for making the right decision for you. Need help deciding? Just contact Front End Audio and we are happy to help you select the correct Analog Gear that will best meet your needs and expectations.
The availability and choice of various types of Analog Gear has grown to tackle a staggering number of tasks and problems that we find when dealing with audio recording and production. Despite our studios (these days) being centered around a computer and software, Analog Gear still holds a very important part of our tracking, mixing, and mastering processes. Needless to say, microphone preamps are amount the most important, as we have to amplify the outputs of our mics to a recordable line level. Whether we are using standalone preamps, the compact 500 series format, or an all-in-one channel strip, the preamp (along with the microphone) is the starting point of our recording signal chain. From there, we have signal processing analog gear that can be used in both the recording and mixing process, these including compressors and limiter for controlling dynamics of the audio signal, equalizers for shaping sound and resolving frequency conflicts, gates and expanders for reducing and eliminating bleed from other sound sources, as well as multi-effects processors for adding reverbs, delays, chorusing, flanging and phasing, and much more. Direct Boxes can be a handy way to track acoustic and electric guitars, as well as bass guitars and keyboard, without the need for instrument amplifiers. For those that want an authentic traditional workflow, there are a number of quality studio consoles for handling your tracking, mixing and summing, and monitor controlling needs. For those that want the sonic benefit of analog summing, but without the additional functions of a studio console, the advent of Summing Mixers have brought a world of benefits to the modern hybrid studio. No matter the sized, workflow, or demands, of your studio – Front End Audio has the knowlegde, experience, and selection of Analog Gear to meet your needs.
Front End Audio sells a variety of 500 Series Gear, Preamps, Compressors and Limiters, Equalizers, Gates and Expanders, Channel Strips, Summing Mixers, Studio Consoles, Direct Boxes, Signal Processors, and Studio Effects for your Analog Gear needs.