BLUE Microphones Robbie the Mic Preamp

Rudolph, Barry
June 2005
Mix;Jun2005, Vol. 29 Issue 7, p118
This article focuses on latest technology of blue microphones. Robbie the Mic Preamp is Blue Microphones' first outboard recording product. Robbie is a single-channel, Class-A unit that can reside on the desktop adjacent to the console or a DAW's QWERTY keyboard within easy reach. Robbie's aesthetically pleasing and clean industrial design features a front panel with three parts: a clear, plastic removable canopy that provides access to the ECC88 twin triode tube. Robbie is a hybrid design that uses discrete transistors, metal film resistors and polystyrene capacitors neither chips nor transformers.


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