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Sound Construction & Supply

Jun 1, 2005 2:01 PM, By the Mix Editors

June 2001—Isobox ($1,295 for a 12-space unit, $1,395 for a 16-space and $1,695 for the 20-space unit) quiets the noisiest rack gear, and offers a choice of maple or oak door and a left- or right-swinging door at no extra charge. Options include a veneer or varnish finish on the front door, low-profile or huge 43⁄4-inch pro caster wheel sets, a premium surge suppressor, fan and even a Formica counter top with wood-matched edges to match the kitchen decor. As the name suggests, the company's Isomac (starting at $600) is a “micro-computer acoustic containment device” that lets hard drives and vocals live in the same room. Available in Pro and Mastering models, the Isomac has a built-in microprocessor, shock-mounted rails and an electrostatic filter, and it includes safety features like an audible default alarm and thermostatically controlled fans. www.iso-box.com

Modern Recording and Mixing

This 2-DVD set will show you how the best in the music industry set up a studio to make world-class records. Regardless of what gear you are using, the information you'll find here will allow you to take advantage of decades of expert knowledge. Order now $39.95

Mastering Cubase 4

Electronic Musician magazine and Thomson Course Technology PTR have joined forces again to create the second volume in their Personal Studio Series, Mastering Steinberg's Cubase(tm). Edited and produced by the staff of Electronic Musician, this special issue is not only a must-read for users of Cubase(tm) software, but it also delivers essential information for anyone recording/producing music in a personal-studio. Order now $12.95

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