What James from Pro Tools expert tell about Teknosign’s Gain

… this time it gives me great pleasure to introduce you to the two-channel gain mic pre
from Teknosign and I’m not saying that right I do apologize now it’s a mic pre and
you’re going to think: “why another one?” but Teknosign’s Gain really has something special to offer.

You can see quality very often, but you can feel it in the Gain.
You can hear it in the form of all the relays and electronics that go into all the switches
and relays and all the analog loveliness doing their job in the background.

Teknosign’s Gain it’s a two channel mic and it also has this very sizable power transformer on top or kind
of a power supply.

We have our gain control with an amazing sound coming from the attenuator all the way down to 63 DB of attenuation
plans and power 20 DB attenuator switch as well phase reverse and the mic stroke line and instrument level switch. It’s very very simple to use.

Lovely to me is in the middle doing what meters do and of course we’ve got eight memories, which we can store very very cool as well and we can recall them.

We have a main output on XLR, we have the line stroke instrument input on quarter inch jack, we have a main mic input and we have the split output allowing us to route separate devices simultaneously .

And of course, in the middle, we have the connection for the power supply; this beast up here and we have the USB output
or input depending how you look at it now. The cleverness and the beauty come in when you start to combine gain boost with attenuation, you can start driving that analog circuit quite hard actually and get some really nice tonality so that’s what we’ve done in the track .

This time we’ve gone very rock and roll it’s kind of a homage to ‘Queen’ and ‘Guns
and Roses’ and all those sort of noises and you’re going to wonder how I recorded an entire drum kit we’re just two channels well it’s very simple.

But also what makes them very interesting is on the back of Teknosign’s Gain is a USB port which means we can hook it up to our mac or pc and with the software that comes with it actually have a on-screen representation of exactly what’s going
on here so we’ve got complete control of our mic pre also digitally.

I’ll be very sad to see go but sadly this one’s going to have to leave me…

But enjoy the track !

Review – Teknosign Gain 2 Channel Microphone Pre-Amplifier

MusikMesse 2017 was great

MusikMesse 2017 was great! We Saw old friends and made some new connections for the future!
We presented also our New Sum Adjust Pro wich will be ready to be delivered in a month.

We would like to thank:

  • Arno Unterlass for his desk, ESI for speakers
  • DMSD for their isolator for speakers
  • RIBEIRA for the Mic
  • SPL for the monitor controller
  • NEVE for Headphones Preamp
  • sE for the reflexion filter
  • LOOPTROTTER for the compressor
  • FERROFISH for the converter

So see you at the next Fair!!

TEKNOSIGN @ 141th AES Convention in Los Angeles

From September 28th to October 1st Teknosign participated to the 141th International Audio Engineering Society convention in Los Angeles, California. We were hosted by American distributor Eleven Dimensions Media together with some great people from Zynaptiq (plugins and audio software),  ESI Audiotechnik (speakers and other products) and SoundRadix (plugins). We had the chance of presenting a few products in a nice little rack you will see in the pictures below. The american audience was astonished by the great look of our gear and put very interesting questions. The concept of using a “Summing Box” – as they call it – seems to have taken place overseas as well so we’re happy to understand we got the products right.  Much interest was also given to GAIN our 2 channels Preamp with digital control. To be able to recall the setting of the machine from the DAW seems to be “A killer tool” as they say 🙂

Also our power conditioner NOISE BUSTER got some quite attention as it always does not only for the look but also for the very competitive price.

So, enjoy the pictures, stay tuned here and on Facebook for more updates and hopefully soon we’ll start selling some gear in the States!



The Los Angeles Convention Center


Booth 226!


Our nice rack showing GAIN, Sum Adjust PRO and NOISE BUSTER



Gear and Plugin view





Showing some gear






Teknosign per Vasco Rossi LIVEKOM016



Domenica 26/06 – Roma, Stadio Olimpico. Una rappresentanza dell’Azienda Teknosign è presente in Regia a verificare in prima persona il corretto funzionamento dei prodotti Teknosign forniti ad Andrea “Kors” Corsellini per tutte le date del LIVEKOM016 di Vasco Rossi.





DSC_7261Alberto “Mente” Butturini e Riccardo Angeletti








Nel Rack di Kors i prodotti Teknosign erano i seguenti:

1 Noise Buster

2 XLR Adapter

1 Sum Adjust Junior (Utilizzato per il concerto)

1 Sum Adjust Classic (utilizzato come spare)























DSC_7317Teknosign con Andrea “Kors” Corsellini

Teknosign in visita al Forum Music Village (Roma)

Sabato 25/06, Teknosign, grazie all’ospitalità Romana di Francesco Passarelli (Musicoff) è stata in visita presso il Forum Music Village di Roma. Francesco, infatti, ha portato in questi studi il sommatore Sum Adjust Classic che è stato testato in studio, sia in una comparazione con un banco NEVE VR Legend che in una sessione di mix indipendente. A breve uscirà un articolo su Musicoff dove questi test verranno spiegati in dettaglio. Nel frattempo date un occhio alle foto scattate durante la visita per la quale ringraziamo sentitamente Francesco e Fabio Patrignani per aver fatto gli onori di casa. Seguite sempre la nostra Pagina Facebook per gli ultimi aggiornamenti!






























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