PRO AUDIO: La Resistance adds API 2448 console to demo facility
PRO AUDIO: Slate Audio presents the VSX modeling headphone system
PRO AUDIO: Parcheesi Recording Studio makes winning move with API
PRO AUDIO: Eventide presents its new Blackhole pedal
PRO AUDIO: The Golden Age premier GA-800G has been reviewed in MusicTech
PRO AUDIO: Dillon's Garage shifts gears withAPI Legacy AXS console
PRO AUDIO: First API Legacy AXS analogue recording and mixing consolein Australia supplied for new Hedberg Building at UTas
PRO AUDIO: Get the Virtual recorsing Studio at a campaign price
PRO AUDIO: Slate Digital campaign on the VRS-8
PRO AUDIO: API Reissues Legendary 312 Mic Pre
PRO AUDIO: Eventide H9000 videos
PRO AUDIO: Burl Audio update
PRO AUDIO: Burl Newsletter
PRO AUDIO: Chandler Limited Newsletter
PRO AUDIO: Buzz Raley Whistles an API Tune
PRO AUDIO: API Consoles and the Revival of Macon Georgia's Capricorn Studios
PRO AUDIO: API enhances the legend of Nashville’s Sound Emporium Studios
PRO AUDIO: API makes a dream come true for June Audio
PRO AUDIO: The Studios at Linden Oaks Commissions 32 Channel API 2448 Console
PRO AUDIO: Capricorn Sound Studios Orders API 2448
PRO AUDIO: New 50th Anniversary Products from API
PRO AUDIO: Retro Instruments presents the 500PRE
PRO AUDIO: API 2448 Console Commissioned for Wire & Vice Studio
PRO AUDIO: One Year Later: Kent State University at Stark’s API Vision Console
PRO AUDIO: Following Up With Made In Memphis Entertainment
PRO AUDIO: Sound Emporium Studios Purchases Second API Console
PRO AUDIO: News from Slate Digital
PRO AUDIO: Eventide news
PRO AUDIO: Check out this nice interview with a api 2448 user
PRO AUDIO: 'Now It Sounds Like A Record': Sockit Studio's API 1608-II
PRO AUDIO: Catching Up with Wire Road Studios and their API Legacy AXS Console
PMC Speakers:Once again we have teamed up with award-winning DJ Afrojack
PRO AUDIO: We can now demo the Api 2448.
PRO AUDIO: The Kray Twinz choose PMC
PRO AUDIO: API 2448 Console Installed at Pinch Recording
PRO AUDIO: API Legacy AXS Console Sold to Poland's Tall Pine Records
PRO AUDIO: Api 2448 TapeOp review
PRO AUDIO: API 1608-II Console Installed at Red Barn Studio
PRO AUDIO: Fenix Studios Install QB1 XBD-A
PRO AUDIO: API 2448 Makes European Debut at Musikmesse Frankfurt
PRO AUDIO: API Releases THE BOX Console with an Updated Feature Set
PRO AUDIO API 1608-II Console Commissioned for RPM Music Group
PRO AUDIO: API 1608-II Console the Choice for Five Towns College
PRO AUDIO & HIFI: Check out the latest PMC news
PRO AUDIO: Slate presents the Raven MTZ
PRO AUDIO: One Year Later: API Legacy AXS Console Sold by AVN Systems
PRO AUDIO:Check out this interesting Cenzo Townshend Studio Tour video. I was happy to see three Golden Age products featured in the beginning of the video!
PRO AUDIO: API Legacy AXS Console Installed at Oktaven Audio
PRO AUDIO: Steven Slate Drums SSD5
PRO AUDIO: PMC and AFROJACK presents the Global Remix Battle I
PRO AUDIO. Chandler Limited presents the TG Microphone
PRO AUDIO: api presents the 1608 MKII
PRO AUDIO: api presents the 2448
PRO AUDIO: Check out the story about Mäag Audio´s Air Band EQ.
PRO AUDIO: Slate VRS-8 börjar levereras nu!
PRO AUDIO: Check out the new Mäag Audio website
PRO AUDIO: Stevel Slate presents the ML-1 Vintage Edition
PRO AUDIO: Check out the English translation of this great review on the Golden Age Premier PRE-73 Premier at
PRO AUDIO: reviews the Golden Age Premier PRE-73 PREMIER
PRO AUDIO: The GA-251 will start shipping early October
PRO AUDIO: API Legacy AXS Installed at Studio Tanta
PRO AUDIO: API TranZformer Serires receives the Best in Show Award
PRO AUDIO: Slate News
PRO AUDIO: API Legacy AXS Console Purchased by Oktaven Audio
PRO AUDIO: One Year Later: Strange Weather's API Legacy AXS Console
PRO AUDIO: PMC June Newsletter
PRO AUDIO: The GA-47 has been reviewed at
PRO AUDIO: Golden Age Projct Sweetwater interview
PRO AUDIO: Golden Age Project presents the COMP-3A Jr
PRO AUDIO: elysia presents the skulpter 500 preamp
PRO AUDIO: Golden Age Project EQ-81 MKII now in stock
PRO AUDIO: Golden Age Project R1 ST reviewed by MusicTech magazine
PRO AUDIO: PMC result6 news
PRO AUDIO: API Vision Console Commissioned at Kent State University at Stark
PRO AUDIO: aw Tracks To Polished Mix With Slate VMR 2.0 & RAVEN
PRO AUDIO: API Announces Second Legacy AXS Console Sale to Europe
PRO AUDIO: Mercury Recording Equipment - Studio Microphone Amplifier Demo
PRO AUDIO: The Golden Age Project COMP-2A has been reviewed by MusicTech magazine
PRO AUDIO: The Golden Age Project COMP-2A has been reviewed by Tobi Tech
PRO AUDIO: Chris lord-Alge Adds The EQ4M To His Arsenal
PRO AUDIO: Eventide announces availability of highly-anticipated H9 Control as Android App for H9 Harmonizer® Effects Processo
PRO AUDIO: Check out this new Golden Age Project COMP-3A review
PRO AUDIO: Recording drums at the Slate headquarters using the Virtual Microphone System
PRO AUDIO: News from Eventide: We’re proud to have had the DDL1745 inducted into the NAMM TEC Hall of Fame in 2018.
PRO AUDIO: Hedd Audio presents the Tower Mains
PRO AUDIO & HIFI: The PurePower+ 2000 was awarded the "Outstanding Product" title in the February 2017 issue of Hi-Fi News.
PRO AUDIO: New products
PRO AUDIO: BURL Audio is excited to announce that the highly anticipated BMB3 Dante option for the B80 and B16 MOTHERSHIPs is shipping now!
PRO AUDIO: Check our the demo video for the Bettermaker EQ542
PRO AUDIO: Major label artist drives Chandler Limited REDD Microphone for latest single, hear it now!
PRO AUDIO: Check out the Golden Age Premier GA-47 testimony by Geroge Murphy
PRO AUDIO: HEDD AUDIO Type 20 får en fin test i tidningen Monitor
PRO AUDIO: PMC December Newsletter
PRO AUDIO: Chandler Limited News
PRO AUDIO & HIFI: En fantastisk test av HEDD Audio Typ 20
PRO AUDIO: API TranZformer Series: First Year

PRO AUDIO: Burl Audio Converters

Check out the comments from Bob Ebeling

Bob Ebeling writes about his expereice of the Burl Audio DAC;

"I have no problem putting my 20 years of experience behind calling this.  I feel there will be a lot of controversy and misunderstanding and I want people to understand that before digital there was no such concept of transparency and clarity.  You just mixed it off the 2" to sound as good as possible.  This whole transparent converter thing...I'm just deprograming myself for godsake.  How could a cat who's mixed 40 plus major label records, off of 2" no less, get caught up in that?  It's amazing how time slowly twists things. 
Your DAC here is exactly what your literature says it is, which is pretty astounding.  My only regret at this moment in time is that I can't afford 24 to 40 channels of it!  But I could see 2 DA and one AD (which I haven't heard yet) probably being the final stamp on permanent joy in the digital age.
Bob Ebeling
So here is the link:
and here is my statement:
I was zooming some youtube vids and came across Rich, (Mr. Burl if your nasty). I had an impression right away from his flippant, strange presence. I thought, wow, this guy, in a way, does not give a shi$. He is probably really onto something. I can trust him.

Forward 2 weeks, a few e-mails, and Fed-Ex drops off a Burl DAC yesterday. I jumped right in to a major comparison between it and my Mytek 8x192. I have just sold my Lavry DA-10 for monitoring, because I have arrived at a point where I'm sick of total seperation in listening. I want to hear the instruments glued together in a unified picture and not start off mixing by trying to achieve this. I've been on a big kick to restore the joy of analog ease to my work environment. This is a big step.

In my trial of the Burl DAC yesterday, I have found it guilty as charged. How was it charged? Just listen to Rich speak on his youtube vid. He talks about analog, about voicing in which the cymbals aren't bashing in your face. This is exacly what I experienced. You can trust this guy. How he describes it is how I'm experiencing it.

Because the highs have this nice smooth slope, the rest of the picture is rendered wide and beautiful. The Rhodes piano thru huge reverb on my main test-track had this aura and width that made me just want to listen and enjoy it. The lowend is huge, open but so damn tight! Switching back to the Mytek, the cymbals came a-bashing back on top and that pretty much wrecks the joy from there on down.

Checking out track 3 on Beck's 'Seachange' showed me further how analog true this dac is. The snare drum was very different between the two converters. Mytek showing a brighter/thinner element off, Burl showing it off like it was coming back off the origional 2-inch machine. I thought, this is how they mixed it in the studio. You can hear the tape compression, you can hear they printed that bitch hard. And the snappy sound of the Mytek is replaced with a gutteral pound.

I think there is a bit of confusion over the term 'reference', people thinking that means 'for monitoring duties'. Though I was using the Burl for 'referencing', my main thought right now is this; how could I not have this on my main analog insert? I use alot of outboard gear and go for the most coloration possible. I have no fear.

I'm over the argument that AD/DA should be neutral. I disagree. Although, truthfully, I'm not doing Celine Dion type music, so... But seriously, I don't think this translates the way people have built up in their heads and been sold on by the 'digital powers that be' for the last 15 years.

'Mr. Burl' has created a timeless companion of life here. It's got an attitude like my Marantz 2235b receiver. It says, 'I am going to present you with pleasure'."


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