There’s not much at all to using the Brent Averill DMP. It simply has a large gain knob for setting the level coming in and a separate output knob for finer adjustments. It has phase reverse and phantom power buttons as well. It couldn’t be more foolproof, so there’s no need for a manual.
This is a true Neve 1073 inside a box, so expect nothing less than the full sound you’d get with any other 1073. The DI is Jensen based and sounds incredible as well. This is really the perfect one stop shop for recording anything and everything at home. It would be nice to have in a professional studio as well, but it’s definitely best suited for home studio owners looking to get a fuller and more professional sound while using their DAW. The 1073 is arguably the best mic preamp ever made, so you really can’t go wrong here.
The Brent Averill DMP is one of the best ways to get a bona fide 1073 right on your desktop. If you’ve got a little project studio at home, this is absolutely perfect for you! I’m seriously thinking about getting one, as it only costs around $1000 US dollars for a top of the line mic preamp and direct input box in one. It’s also nice that it’s super easy to bring on the go for remote recording if needed. Give your home studio a much needed boost with the DMP!