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Upcoming 2016 Radial Events


Want to learn more about the technical details of a DI box, what new problem-solvers are in our arsenal, or maybe just figure out how to optimally use a piece of gear you already own? Here are a few upcoming Radial events, read below to see if any are happening in a city near you: October 22nd – Nashville,…

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Tales From The Rhodes – There’s a Wolf on the prowl

Tales from the Rhodes
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Steven "Wolfie" Wolf with Primacoustic Recoil Stabilizers

Introducing “Tales From The Rhodes“: a weekly update from Artist Relations specialist, Jim Rhodes, on how various artists are incorporating Radial devices into their setup. Jim here in artist relations at Radial. We are fortunate to work with so many different artists from all over the world. One thing is for sure, they all share…

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Now Shipping: The Tonebone Bumper

Tonebone Bumper Floor

Vancouver, BC – Radial Engineering Ltd. is pleased to announce the Tonebone Bumper™ is now shipping. The Bumper, a compact instrument selector, lets you connect up to four instruments to a single guitar amp and select between them using a single footswitch. According to Radial’s Jay Porter: “Today, playing music is all about options. One song may…

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Now Shipping: The Tonebone Classic V9

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Vancouver, BC – Radial Engineering Ltd. is pleased to announce the Tonebone Classic V9 is now shipping. The Classic V9 is a ‘next generation’ version of the original Classic that is both smaller and easier to power, yet retains the incomparable dynamics and huge tonal range of the original. According to Radial Product Specialist Mike Bauer: “There…

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The “Right” DI For Computers In Audio

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Ready, brace yourself, this one is going to hurt: Computers are not made for audio. There, I finally said it! Computers are made for crunching numbers, and they also happen to be able to manage audio and video tasks really well because of their tremendous processing power. However, when it comes to best audio quality…

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4 Radial Products Nominated for 2017 NAMM TEC Awards #TECAWARDS

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BT-Pro (Audio Apps & Hardware/Peripherals for Smartphones/Tablets) DiNET-TX & RX Dante direct boxes (Ancillary Equipment) JDX Direct-Drive (Musical Instrument Amplification & Effects) Jensen Twin-Servo 500 (Microphone Preamplifiers) We at Radial are honored to announce that the BT-Pro, DiNET-TX and DiNet-RX, JDX Direct-Drive and Jensen Twin-Servo 500 have been chosen as nominees at the 32nd Annual NAMM Technical…

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Future Friday – The Tonebone Switchbone V2


Radial Engineering Ltd. is pleased to announce the latest pedal to its Tonebone™ range, the Switchbone V2, the most powerful AB+C amp selector ever devised! This baby is set to ship in the next few weeks so watch here for the shipping announcement! According to Radial CEO Peter Janis: “Back in 2001, when we developed…

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Small Boxes, Big Sounds


The following is an article written by David Morgan and was published in the August 2016 (14.11) edition of FOH Magazine. David is the FOH Engineer for James Taylor, Seal, Five For Fighting, Steely Dan, Paul Simon and many others. A friend of mine in Vancouver, Canada, occasionally sends me surprises that are always very…

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#RadialRoadtrip with Florida Georgia Line

Between September 8th to 11th, 2016, Radial’s sales rep Shuu accompanied and live-streamed life on the road with country band, Florida Georgia Line. The entire crew uses various pieces of Radial gear, from the Tonebone® Twin City™ to the Firefly™. To see the full length video streams of our weekend with the band, visit our…

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A Heavy Load: Amplifying Orchestral Instruments At Rock Concert Levels

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This is an article originally written by Radial’s President and CEO, Peter Janis, for ProSoundWeb.  One of the most challenging tasks confronted by a sound engineer is amplifying orchestral instruments on a loud stage. Problems abound, including bleed, resonance, feedback… oh, and frustration! It’s important to first understand the environment before dealing with the challenges….

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