As every year, the Winter NAMM show will see reams of new products, technologies and services launched. We’re collating all the latest news from Anaheim, California about the freshest music and audio gear. This year, the show is being held from 25 to 28 January.
With Musikmesse becoming less interesting for many industry onlookers, Winter NAMM has become the single most important trade show for our industry. Last year, we had unprecedented interest in our NAMM coverage in terms of the traffic coming to our site from all over the world. That tells us that you, our readers, are just as glued to developments in Anaheim as we are. And we are more than happy to oblige. After all, we can’t get enough of this stuff, either. Here are our top stories:
The Heil PR 77D is a dynamic mic designed for use in commercial broadcast, podcasting, studio and home recording. Heil Sound says the mic boasts a smooth and flat frequency response, among other nice things.
Studio Electronics has revamped their entire Boomstar desktop monosynth line giving them a much smarter front panel and wooden ends. And they are releasing the Boomstar 8106 with Juno-to-Jupiter filter ...
Studio Electronics think the filter knob on the Roland SE-02 isn't good enough and do announce the EX+Box expander. It gives a full resolution, proper sized filter cutoff knob and 1/4" audio connections.
AEA introduced the TRP2 preamp - a follow-up to the original TRP, which was likely the first preamp designed exclusively for ribbon microphones. It all starts with a hign-gain, high input impedance design.