Swarm Music Album Black Allegheny from Evan Merz on Vimeo .
NAMM is here again. No not the Winter one in Anaheim, but the lesser known one Nashville. Skratchworx won’t be in attendance, if only because the big DJ guns tend to get wheeled out in January
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SUMMER NAMM: Numark MIXTRACK
Elizabeth Cook Welder 2010 album reviewed by Mix editor Barbara Schultz in Cool Spins
Elizabeth Cook Welder (31 Tigers Records)
Photo ( CC-BY ) Bruce Turner . The explosion of interest in filtering out sounds of the vuvuzela has spawned some interesting discussions
Singers often get left out, at least when compared to the toys heaped on guitarists and keyboardists. But vocalists looking to add effects and loop their vocalizations can now do so in one box, all attachable to a mic stand
For Singers, Effects and Looping All in One Box
San Francisco Bay Area studio veterans Justin Lieberman, Cindy McSherry and Willie Samuels launched Studio Trilogy on April 1 in San Francisco.
Studio Trilogy Opens in San Francisco
At Summer NAMM 2010 in Nashville (June 18-20), Telefunken Elektroakustik will introduce its new MkII version of the R-F-T AK-47. Featuring a dual-sided, gold-sputtered capsule and a NOS (New Old Stock) Telefunken EF-732 vacuum tube, the new AK-47 MkII includes a transformer upgrade to the historic BV8 found in the U47 and U48 microphone classics of the past.
At last week’s InfoComm show, Danley Sound Labs introduced the Jericho Horn, which is built upon the same three patent-pending technologies— Synergy Horn, Paraline and Shaded Amplitude Lens—as the company’s Genesis Horn.
Danley Sound Labs Introduces Jericho Horn
Vuvuzela Orchestra Demo from Pedro Espi-Sanchis on Vimeo .
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Guide to Vuvuzela Fever: Suddenly, Everyone Cares About Notch Filtering
Competing solutions from IK Multimedia and Peavey extend the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad with custom hardware for connecting a guitar. Here, the AmpKit LiNK, by Peavey and Agile Partners. All images courtesy the vendors