a range of boutique analog audio tools for recording musicians
and professional recording engineers. All our products feature
new innovative designs intended to advance recording technology,
and are not clones or copies of units from the past. All Buzz
Audio products are hand assembled in New Zealand by a skilled
team using high quality serviceable components that will last
for many years.
Our philosophy is that audio recordings should be as close as
possible to the original sound without excessive coloration.
If material is captured in this way, it is more easily manipulated
to the sound you desire under controlled conditions in the mixing
process. In other words, it's easy to add colouration but near
impossible to remove it. For this reason, you will discover
that our mic preamplifiers offer very high performance with
little colouration, but in contrast we also provide tools that
can be used to process the captured sounds.
we offer you a NEW experience in analogue recording technology
and a future of GREAT recordings!
As of the 1st of February 2013, we have handed over worldwide
distribution of our products to M1
Distribution. This change will result in focused customer
service and easier access to our products. The excellent team
at M1 will make our lives so much easier, so we can get on and
bring to market some exciting new prodcuts!
Sound takes delivery of second REQ-2.2 Mastering Equalizer
Sterling Sound New York recently aquired their second REQ2.2
mastering eq. Greg Calbi from Sterling Sound commented: "The
Buzz Audio REQ-2.2 is a unique sounding equalizer and is the
perfect complement to the other equalizers in my rack..."
We are pleased to announce a further upgrade to the REQ-2.2
which addresses issues with magnetic field pick up in some environments,
Mastering HPF upgrade
We have an upgrade to the Mastering version of the REQ-2.2.
This upgrade improves the performance if the High Pass Filter
here for details.
at Silvertone Mastering
After auditioning the Buzz Audio REQ
2.2 Mastering Equalizer for over a month and reviewing it
for one of the industries top trade magazines, Larry DeVivo,
owner and chief engineer of Silvertone Mastering has acquired
the unit - the first of its kind sold in the USA. read