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Plug-in perennial Waves has announced some additions to its family at this year’s NAMM. First up is an emulation of the all-too-often-overlooked DBX-160. Developed in conjunction with Harman (who currently owns DBX) for meticulous modeling, the Waves DBX-160 was geared from the ground up to copy the tone and behavior of the original units authentically. Not satisfied to get the emulation right... READ MORE
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M-Audio announced the release of the new Code Series keyboards, available in three sizes; 25, 49, and 61 keys. The family of Code Series controllers features a smooth-feeling, semi-weighted keybed with after-touch, 16 velocity-sensitive pads with LED feedback, and a touch pad for X/Y axis control. Other features include assignable pitch and mod wheels, knobs, faders, buttons (with macro ASCII... READ MORE
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Chauvet DJ is rolling into NAMM 2015 with serious thunder, showing at least 10 new products for professional live-event applications. The 6SPOT QUAD IRC offers six individually adjustable high-intensity quad-color (RGBW) LED spots with multiple mounting options for floors and trusses, wireless control using the optional IRC-6 remote control, power-linking to save on cabling, automated and sound-... READ MORE
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In a continued effort to offer innovative solutions that bridge the gap between the emerging world of mobile music production and traditional computing, iConnectivity had the new iConnectAudio4+ audio and MIDI interface on display at this year’s NAMM show. Employed with iConnectivity’s multi-host technology, the iConnectAUDIO4+ lets musicians use up to two computing devices together, at the same... READ MORE
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At this year’s NAMM show, Yamaha has announced updates to four of its popular keyboards, from the entry-level PSR-E253, all the way up to the P-115 digital piano. Although there are no major technological advancements, the modest updates further realign the individual products for... READ MORE
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Building upon the success of the OP-1 Portable Synthesizer, Teenage Engineering is releasing three low-cost machines called Pocket Operators. Small enough to fit in your pocket, each... READ MORE
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Solid State Logic, a world leader in tools for creative audio professionals, has the announced the release of the Variable Harmonic Drive (VHD) Preamp for 500-series-format racks. The VHD-Pre is based on technology from SSL’s Duality, which offers a broad range of tone, from the ultra-clean “SuperAnalogue” to fierce transistor distortion. The switchable VHD circuit introduces either a 2nd- or 3rd... READ MORE
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Audio-Technica has just unveiled two pairs of professional reference headphones at this year’s NAMM show, including the ATH-R70x open-back headphones and the ATH-M70x headphones, a new addition to the highly popular M-Series, which claim the spot as the line’s new flagship model. Serving as Audio-Technica’s first... READ MORE
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Waves has announced that it is now shipping two new plug-ins, the H-Verb and the Tracks Live multi-track recording software for live sound engineers.  The H-Verb follows suit with the other Hybrid Series effects, offering the best in analog tone-shaping with the convenience of fully automatable parameters. The plug-in features a pioneering reverb based on innovative algorithmic FIR (Finite... READ MORE
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Although no new recording and editing features have been announced with the arrival of Pro Tools 12, the news at this year’s NAMM show from Avid is nonetheless still exciting. Three initiatives being launched by the company offer more flexibility in accessing the industry standard software, and promise expanded collaborative and promotional functions for all Pro Tools users. On the access side,... READ MORE
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Guitar effects manufacturer Hotone has just announced the Xtomp, an effects modeling guitar stompbox that works in tandem with a proprietary iOS app to manage all your presets, and transfer them directly to the pedal wirelessly by Bluetooth. The pedal simulates many classic vintage and modern pedals, featuring an effects library of more than 300 models. The Xtomp uses Comprehensive Dynamic... READ MORE
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Music technology manufacturer IK Multimedia debuted a handful of new products at the 2015 Winter NAMM show, unveiling an improved version of its popular iRig guitar interface, the iRig 2, as well as three others, the iRig Mic Studio digital condenser mic,... READ MORE
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This year’s NAMM see’s high-end giant Manley continue its recent trend of bringing the company’s highly lusted-after equipment down to price points that project and home studios can realistically dream about. Last year, Manley unveiled its CORE channel strip, to much fanfare. This year, the manufacturer has unwrapped FORCE, a 4-channel vacuum tube microphone preamp. Sharing the same design as... READ MORE
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Mark of the Unicorn (MOTU), the Cambridge-based manufacturer of professional audio equipment, is expanding its new line of AVB-capable audio interfaces with the new 112D.  The 112D is a combination digital audio interface, router, format converter, and stand-alone mixer with high-speed Thunderbolt, AVB Ethernet, and USB 2.0 connectivity to your host computer. The interface offers 24 channels of... READ MORE
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In the following video, watch Mia McCormick, from Kelby Media, put the Rift Labs KICK through its paces. The KICK is a small on-camera LED lighting unit that packs a few tricks up its sleeve. You can mount it on your iPhone 4, 4S, or 5, and with built-in Wi-Fi, you can control your light with it. In the video, McCormick demonstrates this dynamic lighting unit and shows the advantages you gain... READ MORE

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