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Nessie Microphone

Whether you're a musician, vocalist, or podcaster, you can take the stress out of home audio recording with the Nessie Microphone ($120). It adapts to whatever audio you're recording, automatically processing sound so you can just focus on your work. Three processing modes — one optimized for rich vocals, another for detailed instrumentation, and a third for raw audio (in case you want to manually edit post production) — let you work the way you want to. A built-in pop filter and an internal shock mount keep your audio sounding clear, without the need for additional gadgets. It features a zero-latency headphone output and USB plug-and-play compatibility with Mac and PC.

  • Bowers & Wilkins CM10 Speakers

    Regardless of whether you want to get even with your downstairs neighbors for their last party, or you just think music sounds better cranked up, nothing fills a space with sound like a set of floor standing loudspeakers. Using an innovative construction technique, the Bowers & Wilkins CM10 Speakers ($TBA) have the tweeter on top, making room for three bass drivers.The tweeter's double-dome design means they sounds good even at the highest frequencies. The third driver delivers stronger bass, and the kevlar cones are made to last. Available in August in black, wedge, rosewood, or satin white.

  • ALO Audio Studio Six Headphone Amplifier

    Even in the age of digital audio technology, musicians still recognize the advantage of tube-based amplifiers for the natural sound quality they produce. The ALO Audio Studio Six Headphone Amplifier ($4,900) brings the same quality to your studio headphones — and at this price, should bring world peace too. With four 1/4-inch stereo jack outputs and three stereo RCA inputs, as well as built-in volume and input select knobs, it's a great addition to your pro or home recording studio. Get yours in either black, or silver, to go with the rest of your gear.