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  • Gibson Eats TEAC

    Here's the first part of the press release:

    Gibson Guitar Corp., (

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    "Today's production equipment is IT-based and cannot be operated without a passing knowledge of computing, although it seems that it can be operated without a passing knowledge of audio." - John Watkinson, Resolution Magazine, October 2006
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    Interesting. Does TEAC still own TASCAM?

     

    [Doh.  Never mind.  Still learning to read.]

    learjeff.net

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    • MikeRivers
      MikeRivers commented
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      Well, that paragraph that mentions TEAC's Esoteric brand (the stuff that we see at CES and the occasional high end audio show) is a bit confused since it lists multitrack recorders, hand-held recorders, iOS devices, mixers, and auido interfaces - all of which are TASCAM, not Esoteric products. There's no indication that the lines will be merged, nor would that make any sense.

      This sounds like one more step closer to Gibson's desire to be a one stop shop for musicians. I don't think they have any brass or woodwind instruments yet, but they have pianos (Baldwin) and drums (Slingerland). They're getting there.



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