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Maryam16 - Freelance Writer with 7 Reviews
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COMMISSIONER RAKESH MARIA REPLACED WITH PREVIOUSLY SIDELINED AHMED JAVED

The sensational murder case of Sheena Bora is a murder trial without a body or a forensic report. While Indrani Mukherjea’s relational chemistry is much juice for them juice-thirsty, there has been a shift in the authority that has been overseeing and steering the course of the trial. While there is a long wait for the DNA results to come, Rakesh Maria, the then Mumbai Police Commissioner had started widening the scope of the case by enlisting the help of the Economic Offences Wing. The prime need for this was to investigate the numerous companies, investments and properties within and outside India. Mainly, these countries include the UK and Spain. However, on the 8th Of September, Rakesh Maria received a silken boot to nudge him out of this enormously important capacity. As a Commissioner, he had the post of an Additional Director-General. He was unceremoniously dumped as a Director-General of the Home Guard, a ridiculously underrated job for a fine investigator. In fact the move has been a switch move, inducting Ahmed Javed from the Home Guards DG, from the 1980 batch, whom Maria had superseded being from the 1981 batch himself, i.e. a junior to Ahmed Javed. However, public uproar has been on the fact that Maria has been considered as a Congress NCP man by the current BJP government in Maharashtra. Though Maria has been brought back to supervise the team, but Maria himself is not keen as he feels that in the police hierchy, such an arrangement would create two power-centres. This recall, too, by the government has been met with public disapproval. BJP bigwigs have admitted that this move of the Maharashtra Government led by Fadnavis, to be the egg to the face, as the transfer/promotion of Rakesh Maria was done a mere 22 days away from the scheduled time. Apparently, the regular briefings that Maria was giving to the media regarding the Sheena Bora case, the latest being on the 7th of September, miffed Fadnavis. However, they had not expected the massive support Maria got at this unceremonious shove. BJP leaders are ruing this move of the government as perhaps the “biggest goof-up by the CM’s home department.” Maryam N Alavi (More samples from this author can be found on www.adelhi.com)

DATA SOLUTIONS GIANT TO HOST A TECHNOLOGY SESSION

In a press release, NetApp, formerly known as Network Appliance Inc, has announced that it shall be hosting Technology Sessions at the 2015 NetApp Insight Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada. NetApp is a popular American company that specialises in computer storage and data management of its clients. Headquartered at Sunnyvale, California, NetApp is a member of NASDAQ-100 and had entered the Fortune 500 for the first time in 2012. NetApp has previously in 2006 sold its product NetCache to Blue Coat Systems. This year, on the 1st of June, Tim Georgens had stepped down as its CEO. The new CEO ever since has been George Kurian. The most popular product of this company is the NetApp filer, which is a type of a disk storage device which owns and controls the entire file system. It also presents these files to hosts over the network. This product was a major flagship of the company, as opposed to the traditional block storage which was provided by the established giants of the field, like EMC and Hitachi Data Systems. The press release on the official website of NetApp reads as, that “NetApp® Insight® conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, on October 13, 2015, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Pacific Time. NetApp participants include George Kurian, chief executive officer; Dave Hitz, executive vice president and cofounder; Joel Reich, executive vice president, Product Operations; Brendon Howe, senior vice president, Emerging Products and Solutions; and Phil Brotherton, vice president, Data Fabric Group. Cynthia Stoddard, senior vice president and chief information officer, will moderate a customer panel. Audience members will include financial analysts. This event will be available as a live video stream and audio webcast.” The live video webcast will be available at investors.netapp.com from 9:00 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Pacific Time. A webcast replay of the event will be available at investors.netapp.com approximately 24 hours after the event. Maryam N Alavi (More work of the author can be viewed at www.adelhi.com)

PC Giant Takes Over EMC : Major Step Towards Cloud Computing

Dell, the PC and software giant has been giving tough competition to its peers for quite sometime now. This privately held company is now contemplating a takeover of the company of EMC, which is a popular data storage company. This move on the instance of Dell shall be big news for this sector as it would entail the amalgamation of two tech giants from the field of innovation and technology. This news is being hailed by experts as a smart step towards responding to the overall paradigm shift the sector is witnessing. There is more emphasis on cloud computing and mobile devices. This proposed merger was first chronicled by the very reliable Wall Street Journal and should be formally announced by the concerned companies soon enough. The estimated worth of this deal has been pegged at above fifty million US dollars. This takeover is quite a strategic move on behalf of Dell, since it has already spent over eighteen billion dollars in acquisitions relating to cloud computing and mobile devices. The merger with EMC will ensure for Dell, a strong power to control market interests in the field of encryption, RSA information security, virtualisation and many more. However, the success of this deal rests majorly on how Dell and EMC structure their finances around this background. At present, there is no known net debt on the face of EMC. Dell on the other hand had filed a debt of 11.7 billion US dollars at the end of its first quarter. This deal could give Dell access to the 80% interest of EMC in VMWare. This will allow Dell to settle down its position through sale of shares. While an EMC takeover could prove a major victory for Michael Dell, currently at position 47 on Forbes 400, with a net worth of $20 billion, it is doubtful whether EMC shareholders will find this transaction agreeable. EMC shares were trading nearly 3% higher in Thursday morning trading at $26.72. Maryam N Alavi (More work from this author can be viewed at www.adelhi.com)

IT SECTOR TO GENERATE LESS EMPLOYMENT OPPURTUNITIES

The National Association of Software and Service Companies (Nasscom) has given rather bleak news for those working in the Information Technology sector. In its latest report, “Perspective 2025”, it has strongly suggested that the IT sector may not be as absorbing as it has been. According to this report, the progress of technological prowess will lead to the decoupling of the revenue growth from the headcount increments. The report explains that up till 2014, a total of three million jobs were created that lead to the IT sector to generate its first revenue of 100 billion US Dollars. However, the same will not be happening in the process of doubling of this turnover and shall leave out a window of only 1.2 to 2 million job vacancies. This is a significantly low number. The report also says that the evaluating factors, leading to greater employee productivity shall be changing dramatically in the times to come. The reasons being accorded to this are, that, there is greater need of digital service lines and an increased dependency of digital automation. These processes need a smaller staff to earn the same amount of revenue and are capable of commanding better premiums. Elaborating on the level of automation, the report gave a figure of 20% of the underlying process that could be automated, especially in the light of preference being given to the cloud based services. The report also said that in order to jog along with this transformation, the companies will want to hire experts in digital technologies, like analysts who can work with big data, development of mobile applications, new user interfaces, social media platforms and cyber security. Along with this, there was also a warning by Nasscom that the companies will have to retrain the existing staff along the lines of the new digital realities. Maryam N Alavi (More work from this author can be viewed at www.adelhi.com)

THE LALU PROGENY : COMING OF AGE DEBATE

Lalu Prasad Yadav, the Prsident of Rashtriya Janta Dal has been in news ever since his huge collaboration gig with Nitish Kumar, for the upcoming Bihar Election. As brutal and break-neck this election is going to be, with all parties focusing on the win, the background digging of the candidates is not slowing down. From declared assets to criminal records, the treasure hunt of controversy inducing bits of “news” is showing no signs of slowing down, despite being this close to the voting day. The latest swing that has been taken that per the records submitted for candidature this election, the youngest son of Lalu Prasad Yadav, Tejashwi Prased Yadav, is older in years to his elder brother, Tej Pratap Yadav. This fact came to light when independent perusal was being made of the filed documents. Both the sons are making their electoral debut this time. Tej Prasad filed his papers on Monday, and shall be contesting from the Mahua Assembly constituency which falls in the district of Vaishali. His documents show his age to be twenty five years. On the other hand Tejashwi, who filed his papers two days ago, from the district of Raghopur, claims to be 26 years old in his papers. This has raised eyebrows more in the light of the popular claim that Tej Prasad has passed his class XII exams, but Tejashwi is a dropout, having studied up to class XI only, from Delhi Public School, R K Puram. Both the brothers are contesting the election from the Yadav-dominated areas. When senior Rashtriya Janta Dal officials were asked to clarify the doubt, they declined to comment, but did go so far as to confirm that Tej Prasad, the twenty five year old, is older to Tejashwi Prasad, the twenty six year old. Of course, the opposing parties are demanding a detailed clarification into this trivial matter. Maryam N Alavi (More work from this author can be viewed on www.adelhi.com)

NET NEUTRALITY AND DIGITAL INDIA: NETIZENS FEARED TO BE TROLLED

Bhartiya Janta Party has been overzealous since the time Narendra Modi has worked wonders for them. Apart from the rude and communally insensitive remarks of VHP seniors to the mob lynching near Delhi over rumoured beef consumption, communal friction is getting a lot of oxygen these days. Moving on to the international front, where Modi’s visit has been hogging the waves of primetime news and is being given quite a big chunk of printing space, netizens have been feeling “trolled”. The controversy has been connected to the recently raging issue of net neutrality. The concept of net neutrality, flows from the need to have all information accessible to everybody, without discriminating, charging the user in a graded manner, blocking or promoting products or websites. Internet service providers and the government should treat all data from the internet as the same and should not block it from the users or have different subscription fee for different sites. Facebook’s Internet.org is a project by which they aim to bring the internet to the 2/3 of the world population that still doesn’t have it yet. It plans to tackle problems like the electrical bandwidth and power structures, which is an all very Samatarian-esque thought, but one look at the sponsor’s list, consisting of Nokia, Facebook, Samsung, Erikson, Qualcom, Mediatek and Opera (browser), will make things seem less altruistic by the second. Arguably these, too-rich-to-need profit organisations are donating now to earn benefit later. There has been a worldwide outcry against the presumptuousness of this project. Therefore it was not very amusing to the Indian Facebook users when in a wave of pseudo-nationalistic and Modi-philic sentiments activated a tri-colour tint on their profile pictures, only to discover later that the source code of this tool was linked to the internet.org project and using this tool would tantamount to showing an agreement for internet.org, which is against net neutrality. While the extravagance of Digital India itself is being criticised by the intellectual think tank of India, Facebook has been giving explanations as to how it was an engineer’s mistake and how internet.org has nothing to do with the Digital India support and what not. Eitherway, this source code has been a major buzz kill for the Modi-philes who were confused. Blind loyalists of Modi continue with their support and the disillusioned are sheepish. Maryam N Alavi (More work from this author can be viewed on www.adelhi.com)

TELENGANA STATE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION NOTIFICATION RELEASED

Telangana Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has released the recruitment notification for eligible and interested candidates into various vacant posts available under Group I Services. There has been an eager majority of candidates who have been awaiting this notification. This will be a major step for the Telangana State considering its new status as an independent state. Candidates planning to apply for the TSPSC Groups notification can easily check the syllabus and the few changes in format and pattern that have been recently announced by the Commission. The notifications for TSPSC groups have not yet released but the syllabus and exam pattern has been released to allow the candidates can prepare for the new syllabus. According to TSPSC, Group 1 exam now consists of 20 category job posts; Group 2 consists of 12 categories and a newly introduced Group 3 (Earlier Group 2-B) consists of 17 category posts. TSPSC will release Group 1, Group 2, Group 3, Group 4 notifications soon. Subjects for the preliminary exam include General Science and Mental Ability, General English, General Essay, History, Culture and Geography, Indian Society, Constitution and Governance, Economy and Development, Science, Technology and Data Interpretation, Telangana State Movement and State Formation. The valuation of the marks will be 150 and shall be of objective type questions without negative marking. Like all public service examinations, perfect planning and optimum use of time and resources is encouraged and recommended. The candidates will have to refer to the official website www.tspsc.gov.in where previous question papers of Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission Group 1 exam answers and explanations have been provided as pdf files, for the ease o the applicants. This year there are more openings at the state machinery than ever before. Group I is the most competitive of all groups among the Executive cadre. Here is wishing the applicants all the very best. Maryam N Alavi (More work from this author can be viewed at www.adelhi.com)

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

Investing In Mic Preamps: Look Before You Leap

So finally you did muster up a budget for the mic preamp you have been dreaming about. Congratulations for taking the first step. Now, I am sure this kind of money is not something to be sneezed at, even if you are doing very well in your audio business. $1000 for a mic preamp may seem a little measly for them toffee nosed professional review writers, who do not speak beneath the high end level of a Solid State Logic Alpha VHD. But I tell you, if this amount is good enough on your pocket, it is good enough for your microphone as well. Review Your Decision to Buy a Preamp So, dear prospective mic preamp buyer, this $1000 could be the investment of a lifetime. It could also be a lesson for the lifetime, depending upon how well that goes! It is very crucial that, before making a purchase, and also, before depending on any opinion, you size up on your existing equipment and make a confirmed, calculated choice on the same. Read more about mic preamps at best value under $1000 here. The Caution List 1. For beginners and the golden rule should be that of taking the situation one day at a time. It is always a good idea to go for a modest mic preamp and then utilise the remaining funds on other equipment. 2. Always remember that your microphone will make a better and a more concrete effect on the sonic experience than a mic preamp. All that a mic preamp has to do is manipulate the level of the weak sounds, so it will be much better if you get a microphone that promotes a reduction in harmonic disturbances. 3. Size up your rack first. If you have been daydreaming about a Warm Audio 500 series, I suggest you take a reality check and see if you have a rack that will accommodate it. These preamps take their power from the rack. 4. Invest in a good microphone. Particularly if you are working with vocals. Take a look at Daking MP1 for single channel and FMR RNP for a double channel. 5. Practice regularly at recording and mixing first. It will help to get things in perspective. Moreover, for professional handling, you can visit studios and really apply yourself there to work out what combination of mic and preamp works well with your sonic palette. 6. The whole craft is chiefly subjective in nature. Keep in mind the proverb, that what cures Sancho, makes Maria sick. You will come across a lot of lack of conviction on any particular type. So it’s probably for the best that you hone your ears and trust your gut.

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