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AES at NAMM – Some More Info and . . . . The Hottest Ticket in Town

Information about the somewhat mysterious AES@NAMM program continues to dribble in. To recap, this is a program coordinated by the Audio Engineering Society (AES), scheduled concurrently with and co-located with the NAMM show at the Anaheim California Convention Center, January … Continue reading

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2017 New York AES Show Report Posted

My report on the 2017 AES Convention is now on line. Check it out in the Show Reports section or click here to jump directly to it. As usual, it’s a PDF so you can download it and read it … Continue reading

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AES Show Report – Coming

For those of you who have become accustomed to checking my daily tidbits and missed them this year, I just wanted to let you know that I’m still alive, I did attend the conference, and I’ll have a report up … Continue reading

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Winter 2017 NAMM Show Report Posted

Oh, man, these things are taking longer to write every year. I need an intern! This is the full report, 26 pages, I think. There are some things in here that weren’t in the tidbits, and some things in the … Continue reading

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NAMM 2017 Tidbits – Day 4

These are the dribs and drabs, and reminders of what I forgot to include and what I want to dig into a little more before writing about them.   The press release from T-Rex said they were introducing a real … Continue reading

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NAMM 2017 Tidbits – Day 3

Little Labs has a new little problem solver, the Monotor. This is Jonathan Little’s take on what’s become a popular product, the headphone amplifier, that again shows that his products do what you expect and do it well, but add … Continue reading

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2017 NAMM Show Tidbits – Day 2

From the introduction of the cassette-based Portastudio, TASCAM has maintained a strong product line of integrated recording and mixing systems. This show they introduced Track Factory, which could be the next generation after the digital Portastudios. a complete system-engineered and … Continue reading

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