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One of the most highly anticipated announcements at NAMM 2015 was the introduction of Arturia's new audio interface, AudioFuse. We took a closer look at it in this video from the show floor.
Do you want a micro synth... maybe 3... that can sync up, that sound cool and can fit in your pocket or round you neck? Teenage Engineering's Pocket Operators will appeal. Here's our video overview...
Korg told us their remake of the Arp Odyssey has gained the most interest so far at NAMM... no surprises there... so we got Rick from Korg to give us a full demo in this video.
It's portable, it's USB... it's a DAC and headphone amp for Mac and PC from Apogee. They showed it off at NAMM 2015 and we captured it in video.
We dropped in to the Akai Pro booth at NAMM 2015 to get an in-depth video tour of their new Advance Series Keyboard controllers to find out exactly how well this system works with their VIP software.
The BeatStep is a capable controller... but Arturia had ideas on how to make it even better. Enter the BeatStep Pro. We talked with Arturia about the new hardware controller and took some video too.
It's not all hardware at NAMM. UVI have announced the release of BeatHawk portable music production studio app for iPad, now available on App Store at an introductory price of $4.99.
M-Audio's new audio interface Unit delivers 12-channel audio recording at high quality over lightning-fast Thunderbolt connection. The price and the looks are nice too.
Focusrite announce Clarett Range of Thunderbolt interfaces which they tell us are the best sounding, fastest Thunderbolt audio interfaces in the world. We caught up with Joe Lawton to tell us more.
With a focus on as simple a design as possible, Korg's KAOSS DJ doesn't skimp on features. It's a USB and standalone DJ controller, audio interface and includes a touch-based KAOSS pad.
Following last year's Rhythm Wolf release, Akai Pro tells us their new electronic instruments, Timbre Wolf & Tom Cat deliver authentic analog sound, giving musicians ability to create '˜gutsy' sounds.
On the eve of NAMM 2015, AskAudio Mag got a sneak peek at the new Novation Launchpad Pro including a video interview and demo from musician and performer, Thavius Beck.
Powerful new software provides 'mix and match' operation between Thunderbolt-equipped Apollo audio interfaces, new UAD plug-ins, and a reimagined Console 2.0 interface with more new features.
Arturia unveils the highly anticipated AudioFuse Advanced Audio Interface at Winter NAMM 2015, and yes... it's high-end but at a good price!! We'll have some video of it soon too...
Apple have been hard at work. The latest free update for Logic Pro X adds improvements to the Compressor, Mixer, automation, Retro synth, Drummer (to include EDM and Hip Hop styles) and much more.
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