Bass Gear Magazine 2DI4 review (April 2014)
The Bass Gear Magazine dedicated 10 pages (!) to the 2DI4 review. It’s most detailed review yet.
“Do you truly need a DI with all of these bells and whistles? Maybe not. But if you are looking for the ultimate DI, I would start, and likely end, my search right here.”
Read the whole article here or in this edition of Bass Gear.
Pro Audio Review magazine Silkworm review (January 2014)
When the reviewer buys the test unit, the credibility of the review needs no questioning.
“I’d kill for a dozen channels to use on an entire drum kit !”
Read the review here.
Mix Magazine Creamer Plus review (December 2013)
We’re thrilled to have Mix Magazine review the Creamer Plus. Michael Cooper was genuinely blown away by the sound like most of our users. Read the review in full here.
Resolution Magazine Creamer Plus review (October 2013)
Another great Creamer Plus review by a leading European pro audio magazine. Reviewed by Jon Thornton of The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.
Read it here.
Recording Magazine 2DI4 review (July 2013)
Paul Vnuk Jr’s 2DI4 pentode direct box review.
All thumbs up and some comparison to other units.
A must read for bass players!
Read full review here.
PAR’s Creamliner review just published! (June 2013)
Read the full review here or click on the image on left to read it in PAR’s digital edition!
Sound On Sound May 2013 Creamer Plus review is out! (May 2013)
Pro Audio Review magazine Creamer Plus test published! (May 2012)
Tape Op Magazine Creamer review now out! (December 2010)
Legendary Producer, Mixer and Engineer Jay Baumgardner of L.A.’s NRG Recording Studios
The lead vocal you are about to hear was actually recorded through the Creamer using a Shure SM7 microphone. Hence the warm, rounded top end. Audio file courtesy of Jay Baumgardner and “Cruz” from Brazil. Finally it’s worth mentioning that Jay Baumgardner bought one of our prototype Creamers before we had a chance to snatch it away. Hurray!
Renowned musician, vocal coach and producer James Lugo of Hemispheres Recording
The Creamer Preamplifier Shootout Thursday, 03 June 2010 00:00
It’s been a long time coming, but we finally managed to get our act together and podcast this treat for all the audio nerds out there. It’s our first ever gear shootout at the studio, and we’re quite pleased with the results. Why a preamplifier shootout? Well, we love preamps, we love Boris Drazic and we love The Creamer. The Creamer was amazing upon first listen so we had to stack it up against some of our existing beloved preamps. So, while Santana tests it out in L.A., FaderMaster Studios is testing it out in Vancouver. We tested serial #000, the very first Creamer. With labcoats on, and our precious ears lubed up, we began the tests one evening in late May 2010 at the studio. We hope you find the results useful, especially if you are in the market for a new preamp!
Chandler Limited EMI TG-2 Sonic Farm The Creamer Class A Pentode Preamplifier Sytek MPX4A Universal Audio UA-610B (From a UA-6176 unlinked from the 1176)
Beyerdynamic M160 AKG D112 Shure SM57 Shure SM7B Dominique Fricot was kind enough to be our guinea pig for the tests, and we thank him very much for playing the same thing over and over. Here’s the MP3 of what came out with The Creamer, a lead vocal and acoustic guitar mix that we think sounds great. The M160 is on the acoustic and an SM7B on the vocal. Click here to download the audio filesThe Creamer Preamplifier Shootout