TapeOp Review of B4 MIC/LINE Daughter Card

TapeOp Review of B4 MIC/LINE Daughter Card

As BURL’s Mothership B80 [Tape Op #84] has gained popularity with serious recordists as a flexible system to build your own AD/DA converter interface, there’s been need for more daughter card modules in order to add flexibility. I’ve had my BURL...
TapeOp Review of BDA4 Daughter Card

TapeOp Review of BDA4 Daughter Card

This “daughter card” works with the BURL B80 Mothership [Tape Op #84] and B16 Mothership configurable audio I/O systems. When the B80 Mothership was introduced, the BDA8 was the choice for D-to-A output conversion, but it was not transformer-balanced like...
TapeOp Review of BAD8 Daughter Card

TapeOp Review of BAD8 Daughter Card

We recently did a session here at Panoramic House with Jerry Harrison (Talking Heads, Live) producing a great band called Le Butcherettes. Jerry has a studio near us with a mix/edit room and a separate tracking room; and both rooms have Burl Mothership converters...
Sonicscoop Review of B16 Mothership

Sonicscoop Review of B16 Mothership

Early in 2016, Burl Audio announced its new B16 Mothership, the little brother to their flagship B80 interface. The original B80 Mothership—an enormous, upscale, transformer-based AD & DA converter—was very well received, and I read nothing but good reviews about...
MIX Magazine Review of B80 Mothership

MIX Magazine Review of B80 Mothership

Burl Audio is a company with a unique approach, one that embeds personality into the design. Based in Santa Cruz, Calif., the company makes a range of gear including two 500-Series preamps, a monitor controller, and a 32×2 summing-mixer, but when somebody says “Burl,”...
TapeOp Review of B1/B1D

TapeOp Review of B1/B1D

Burl Audio is already well known and loved for its two-channel B2 Bomber AD/DA converter [Tape Op #79] and multi-channel B80 Mothership [#84], but maybe less so for its boutique all-analog audio gear. A while back, I bought a pair of Burl Audio B1D 500-series mic...

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