Sounds for All Productions


AMS Neve! - 26/01/2021

Award Winning Audio!

AMS Neve scoops five major pro audio industry awards for products released within the last 12 months.

We're in a celebratory mood after winning five major pro audio industry awards for products released within the last 12 months. The trophy case now includes two prestigious TEC awards, two awards from Sound on Sound magazine and an award from Resolution magazine.

Sound on Sound Award - Best New Microphone Preamp 2021
TEC Award - Best Microphone/Preamp

RMX16 500 Series
TEC Award - Best Signal Processing Hardware - 500 Series Modules
Resolution Sound Award - Processing category 2020

8424 Console
Sound on Sound Award - Best Mixer/Mixing Controller 2021

TC Electronic! - 04/12/2020

Introducing UniTune Clip Noir!

We have elevated our trusty UniTune Clip headstock tuner to the highest level of coolness by giving it the fabled Noir makeover.

UNITUNE CLIP NOIR offers uncompromised tuning quality, a scorchingly bright LED display and versatile tuning options with an elegant and sturdy design.

The Power Couple of Tuning Modes
UNITUNE CLIP NOIR features a light-speed chromatic tuning mode, gives you an instant readout with a bright needle display to an accuracy of ± 0.05 cent.

Need total fine-tuning accuracy? Strobe tuning mode literally gets within two cents of your note with an incredible ± 0.02 cent of tuning accuracy.

Built To Last
UNITUNE CLIP NOIR is made from a special resin designed specifically to provide the kind quality and feel you would expect from a TC Electronic product.

The tough stainless steel clip provides safe grip with a tight industrial-grade spring and extra-grippy rubber pads to safely perch your tuner on your guitars headstock.

Does it come in black?
Now available in a sleek black housing with complimentary red buttons, ultra-precise strobe and chromatic modes, UNITUNE CLIP NOIR is the low-key master of no-frills headstock tuning.

Eventide! - 07/11/2020

Eventide has released the Pro Tools HD/HDX Expansion Card for H9000 products.
The H9000 is the most powerful effects processor available with up to 128 channels of simultaneous signal processing, thousands of effects, and a generous complement of analog and digital audio I/O.
This new user-installable expansion card allows Pro Tools HDX and HD Native users to connect their H9000 or H9000R via its Primary DigiLink port—adding up to 32 channels.
It can alternatively be daisy-chained with other Pro Tools interfaces via the Secondary DigiLink port with the included 12’ mini-Digilink cable.

Concurrent with the release of the Pro Tools|HD Expansion Card is the release of version 1.3 operating software for the H9000. Along with Pro Tools support, the Emote v1.3 software for the H9000 features enhanced MIDI functionality and 2 new effect algorithms (and presets) migrated from the award-winning H9 stompbox – TriceraChorus and Harmadillo.
It also offers user-requested UI refinements such as metering in the primary window, visual representation of FX Chain containers, independent zoom control, and enhanced algorithm viewing.

Cort Guitars! - 12/10/2020 - modifiee le 12/10/2020

The modern acoustic player can’t be confined creatively, which is why Cort Guitars thought outside the box with the new Cut Craft acoustic-electric.

The Cut Craft implements cutting-edge acoustic design concepts with traditional materials and old-world master craftsmanship for an acoustic-electric that defies categorization. With the Cut Craft, fingerstyle players will benefit from an acoustic-electric that’s specially designed and crafted for maximum performance.

Philarmonie de Paris! - 25/09/2020

Colloque Survivre, perpétuer, revendiquer :
les musiques en situation de crise humanitaire!

Quel sens donner à la musique dans les situations de crise humanitaire, de conflit ou post-conflit, ou de catastrophe naturelle?
Cette journée ponctuée de moments musicaux donnera la parole aux musiciens et aux chercheurs, et présentera une série d’études de terrain ethnomusicologiques et anthropologiques en Europe, en Océanie et en Afrique.
Elle montrera que les pratiques musicales peuvent relever de la survie, de la transmission de la mémoire, ou encore être des vecteurs de revendications identitaires.

Sounds for All Productions 2013 - Istace William