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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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2016 Winter NAMM Show Report Posted

I finally cleared the snow away (well, it was warm and it rained all day yesterday so I had some help) and I put together my full NAMM show report for 2016. Visit the Trade Show Reports page to download … Continue reading

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NAMM 2016 Tidbits – Day 3

Just as a reminder, I’ll be putting together a consolidated report with further details, pictures, and links. It’ll likely be up in a week or so after I get home and get the two feet of snow cleared out of … Continue reading

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NAMM 2016 Day 2 Tidbits

      I predicted that analog synthesizers would be alive and well, and by golly, I was right. So well, in fact, that most of the “analog village” was moved out of Hall E and on to the main … Continue reading

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