I think you had better sit down before reading this next piece of news…. and have a packet of tissues at the ready… because this is a rather sad blog post I’m afraid… it’s the news that we have one of, if not the very last brand spanking new Waldorf Q Phoenix available for sale. It’s the end of an era, and only one more person can get in on the act… could it be you?
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Posted on March 23, 2011 by Joe Stachowiak
Posted on November 24, 2010 by AbsolutelyAbsolute
Sometimes you've just gotta take one for the team, and that's what I did recently, attending 3 music exhibitions in as many weeks. Well, someone's got to do it. To ease my guilt (and the jet lag) I spotted some fantastic new products, and here's a quick rundown…
At the PASIC Show in Indianapolis we caught a glimpse of the ALESIS DM7 USB electronic kit, powered by the new DM7 brain boasting over 400 drum and percussion sounds in 80 kits! It also features a three-zone 12-inch drum pad (plus four other drum pads and three cymbals), choke function on the crash and iPod play-along capability. It's due to hit the streets after Christmas for just £459 so click here to pre-order yours now!
Posted on November 9, 2010 by Joe StachowiakIn the past, a dedicated range of frequencies (known as Channel 69) have been the home for wireless microphones and In-Ear Monitors (IEM), giving users nationwide access to this broadcasting spectrum for a small license fee. However, due to new services being planned for the future, Ofcom have moved the frequency range available to wireless microphones and IEM users to another part of the spectrum: Channel 38.Ofcom have recently announced that the switchover will occur nationwide on 21/09/2011. In the mean time Channels 39 (614-622MHz) and 40 (622-630MHz) are available on the same Channel 38 Shared Licence until Channel 38 becomes available.
Posted on June 21, 2010 by Bad Bad Lee Roy Brown
Hi Guys n Gals! Working here at Absolute Music, it's safe to say I get my greedy hands on a wide selection of stringed wonders, so I thought why not talk about them? I plan to make this a regular feature in my blogs so hopefully somebody, somewhere wwill find it interesting.