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  • 2019 NAMM Show Report

    My world famous 2019 NAMM show is now up and ready for your reading enjoyment. No videos, just words, pictures, and links. It was a good show – attendance was up, security was a little less intrusive than usual, and there was lots of cool stuff.

    Visit the Trade Show Reports page on my web site or just click here to go directly to the report. It’s a fairly large PDF, so you’re welcome to download it.

    Last edited by MikeRivers; 02-07-2019, 06:28 AM.
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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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    thanks for sharing the report
    I enjoyed reading it, and it featured a lot of products that I did not see/find/ notice in the other NAMM reporting (plenty of that but mostly similar coverage)
    The Gigatone GT-1 is interesting, going to keep that on my watch list.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by MikeRivers View Post
      My world famous 2019 NAMM show is now up and ready for your reading enjoyment. No videos, just words, pictures, and links. It was a good show – attendance was up, security was a little less intrusive than usual, and there was lots of cool stuff.

      Visit the Trade Show Reports page on my web site or just click here to go directly to the report. It’s a fairly large PDF, so you’re welcome to download it.

      I clicked "here."

      Nice job, whoever you are.

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      • #4
        Hi Mike,

        Thanks for an interesting report. It's always a good read. Educational and entertaining.
        And I really miss the old Hall E atmosphere.

        Cheers,

        Mats N
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        http://nermark.articulateimages.com

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Mats Nermark View Post
          I really miss the old Hall E atmosphere.
          They really need to do something about that. Hall E is a tradition, or at least it's been so since I've been attending NAMM, and that's about 30 years.

          I think that the Gigatone USB interface in a plug that got Bieke's attention was in Hall E, though one of the regulars that I'd been keeping an eye on that was conspicuous by its absence was the ToneDexter. Their web site is still up, so I guess they're still in business. I thought about that one when I saw the violin pedal with impulse response modeling and would have liked to get those two guys together.

          --
          "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
          Drop by http://mikeriversaudio.wordpress.com now and then

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          • #6
            Originally posted by MikeRivers View Post
            one of the regulars that I'd been keeping an eye on that was conspicuous by its absence was the ToneDexter. Their web site is still up, so I guess they're still in business.
            Hi Mike,

            I talked to the ToneDexter guys (Audio Sprocket) and they will exhibit att Summer NAMM.

            Cheers,

            Mats N
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            BT King - all my backing tracks can be found at :
            http://nermark.articulateimages.com

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