Helpful guides on topics relating to our product range and pro audio in general. We aim to keep it simple yet informative, and hopefully pass on some knowledge to those starting out or expanding their knowledge as a musician or sound technician.
Author: Jonny Date Posted: 27 March 2020
Music teachers and students looking for the easiest way to have great sounding audio for Zoom webinars / conferences or Skype sessions, should consider a USB condenser mic like our SU600-16B. The SU600-16B is 'plug and play', and should work automatically
Date Posted: 10 December 2019
Easy to follow steps to update the firmware for the SWAMP SDM16i WiFi Digital Mixer
Date Posted: 25 April 2019
Learn about the different types of microphones including condenser, dynamic, tube, USB, Ribbon and what applications they are commonly used for. Buying a mic for live stage use, can be different to buying a mic for a studio.
Date Posted: 24 May 2018
Easy to follow steps to update the firmware for the Soundking DM20 Digital Mixing Console, and the Soundking DB20P Digital Rack Mixer.
Date Posted: 2 October 2013
A guitar signal is unique because it passes direct from instrument to the amplifier without any pre-amplification. Fluctuations in the 'signal voltage' are used to represent the actual audio, and for this reason the H-Z (high impedance) signal type has 10
Date Posted: 25 August 2013
If you have just received your home recording package from SWAMP and are looking for some simple step by step instructions to the setup process, check out our latest guide. We run through everything from setting up the stand, mounting the vocal booth and
Date Posted: 22 August 2013
Pro audio mics all output mic level signals, which are quite weak and therefore susceptible to any interference . For this reason mic signals are also 'balanced', with the result being that most interference picked up along the length of the cable is canc
Date Posted: 13 September 2013
A line level signal is the standard audio signal level used for interconnecting different pieces of audio equipment. Line inputs are commonly found on mixing desks, usually under an XLR mic inputs, and the outputs of a mixer are always Line Level, ready t