Musikmesse 2017 Teaser ·
Europe’s biggest music instrument and studio tech show is back, and as with each and every major trade show, we’re on hand to bring you all the hottest news and rumours. Stop back later or refresh this page for the latest goings on at Musikmesse 2017 in Frankfurt, Germany.
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Berlin-based HEDD have introduced the Type 20, a compact 3-way midfield monitor for owners of smaller studios. Can this speaker successfully bridge the home and pro markets?
A guitar with multiple personalities?
A new 50 watt valve amp due later this year and with classic looks, hopefully with classic tones as well.
PreSonus add their third mixer to the Studio Live range with - unsurprisingly - 24 channels to go with the 12- and 32-channel models.
Antelope Audio add a "new flagship" to their portfolio of audio interfaces, the Goliath HD. And they're making some pretty bold claims for it, too...
Warm Audio continue to produce clones of recording industry classics. The second mic to enter their mic locker is the WA-14, clearly after the AKG 414.
AKG have just announced three new foldable headphone models that might not look as chic as the K701s but are designed to be rugged enough to take on the road.
SPL has just announced a new generation of its Crimson interface, which now reaches iteration 3. Is the price too high for this three-in-one device given the stiff competition?
Audio-Technica are adding a transformer stage to their AT5040 microphone, suitably calling it the AT5047! An interesting design, but it doesn't come cheap.
Arturia come up with two new MIDI controllers that look a lot like everyone else's but come stacked with 5000 sounds of Analog Lab 2 integration.
Get your hands on a €20,000 synthesizer from Alex Hartmann - go now, it's on the Waldorf booth!
After a year travelling through space and time Zynaptiq's Wormhole effects processor re-emerges with some other-worldly sounds from the depths of the universe.
A third BIAS pedal, this time focussing on modulation effects, has just been announced by Positive Grid at Musikmesse. Is there enough on-board to tempt new users to this platform?
Nord build on their stage piano heritage with the Stage 3, an expanded and updated evolution of a modern classic.
Following on from their announcement back at the NAMM Show earlier this year, it looks like we are just about to see these hit the streets!