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Posted on February 5, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
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Posted on February 1, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
We sent Andy, our Sales Director, off to the NAMM 2013 industry show in California, which unveils a host of new and exciting pro-audio products. These are the pictures and nuggets of information that he sent us. Check them out and expect to see many of these products available in store or online soon (many are already available to pre-order). If you have any questions about any of them in the meantime then feel free to give us a call on 01202 597180.
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Posted on January 29, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
At NAMM 2013 Akai have announced a new 25-note controller keyboard, which is set to join the larger MAX49. The compact MAX25 features 25 semi-weighted keys with aftertouch and most unique of all, four LED touch faders. Simply assign these fader to the software parameters of your choice and swipe your finger(s) up and down over them to make real-time changes. This approach has its advantages over traditional hardware faders because the LEDs will always show the current value of an assigned parameter even if you switch banks.