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One fuzz. Two delays. Three pitches. PitchFuzz will be launched for the Eventide H9

 

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Mitchell Guitars unveils its new bass guitar collection

 

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and its new HD Series of electric guitars.

 

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Outlaw Effects introduces the Rocker Box tremolo and the Deputy Marshal plexi distortion.

 

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MOD Duo lets guitarists and producers access plugins, effects, synths, amp simulations & tools.

 

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it's been known for a while, but Behringer is supposed to bring the Deepmind12 synth

 

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Tagima Guitars, of Brazil, releases the JetBlues Deluxe Electric Guitar

 

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C.F. Martin & Co. debuts the new Dwight Yoakam DD28 Signature Edition and D-28 John Prine Signature Edition

 

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D’Angelico has the EXL-1

 

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and a new SD Solidbody model

 

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Benson Amps is releasing two new combos: the 15-watt Monarch Reverb 1x12, and the 30-watt Chimera Reverb 2x12 combo.

 

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Source Audio Introduces the Ventris Reverb

 

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our Craig Anderton is doing a Executive Roundtable: Does Music Software Have a Future?

Presented by: Tony Cariddi, Avid; Noel Borthwick, Cakewalk Music Software; Jack Joseph Puig, Waves; Jim Cooper, MOTU; Stephen Fortner, Fortner Media; and Craig Anderton, Gibson (Moderator)

 

 

 

What's the future for music software—Mac, Windows, mobile or something else? What will be the impact of the Chromebook, virtual reality, MIDI now being in 2.6 billion devices and other tech trends on the horizon? Are there music software areas that remain to be explored? Find out at this informative, fast-paced session

 

 

 

 

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