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This is an excellent reason for heading along to Music Production Expo in a couple of week …
Organisers of the Music Production Expo, taking place at North London’s Emirates Stadium on 14-15 November, have announced plans for an enormous, exciting gear give away competition open to visitors during the show.
Valued in the region of £6000, the prize line-up consists of hardware and software from the industry’s biggest brands, as detailed below. Visitors will be entered into a prize draw with the winner to be selected on the afternoon of Saturday 15 November. To qualify for the massive prize fund, the winner is required to be in the show when the prize draw is made.
Native Instruments Maschine Studio – NI’s flagship groove production studio hardware/software set-up
Native Instruments Komplete 10 Ultimate and Komplete Kontrol S49 – The entire NI Komplete software production suite including more than 440Gb of instruments and effects, with forty-nine key semi-weighted keyboard/controller
Cubase 7.5 – The latest version of the hugely popular DAW
Focusrite 2i2 – 2 in / 2 out USB recording interface featuring two award-winning Focusrite preamps
Novation Launchkey 49 – Controller keyboard with 16 touch-sensitive pads, DAW mapping and 50 hardware controls
KRK RP5 – Third generation 50w, 2-way studio monitors with 5” composite woofer and 1” soft dome tweeter
Audio-Technica M50x – The flagship model from Audio-Technica’s professional monitoring M Series headphones range
Allen & Heath ZED60-10FX – USB-equipped compact mixer with 60mm faders, digital effects and direct guitar inputs
Sontronics STC-20 Pack – Large-diaphragm STC-20 condenser mic, high quality shockmount, popshield, 5m XLR cable and zip-up pouch
Neumann KH120 – Stunning studio monitors, perfect for tracking, mixing and mastering in music, broadcast, project and post-production studios
Reason 8 – Latest version of the legendary music production software studio
Music Tech – A year’s subscription to the UK’s freshest music production title
Sound-Link Håkan P110 Pop Killer – Highly-rated transparent microphone pop screen
sE Electronics X1 Studio Bundle – sE X1 condenser microphone, sE RF-X Reflexion Filter, shock mount, pop shield and cable
Icon Qcon Lite – DAW controller providing Mackie control for Cubase, Nuendo, Logic Pro, Samplitude and Ableton Live and Mackie HUI protocol build-in for Pro-Tools
The current Exhibitor list:
Korg, Yamaha, Focusrite, Native Instruments, Steinberg, Sennheiser, Fender GBI, Audio-Technica, Unity Audio, Shure, Affinity Audio, Nova Distribution, Sontronics, Nektar, KRK, Metropolis Studios, Novation, Lewitt, LA Audio, KMR Audio, Gearslutz, Allianz, Primacoustic, Monster, BIMM, Access To Music, JHS Pro Audio, Radial Engineering, Lab Gruppen, Aphex, Softube, Synthax, Funky Junk, MPG, JAMES, MSL, ACS, SLead, ACM, Alchemea, Studiologic.
Find out more about the event at www.musicproductionexpo.co.uk
I watched this again and just found it so hilarious that I had to post it again. It reminds me of sampling stuff using early hardware like the SK-1.
Joking aside I think that this is really impressive and it makes me want a volca sample a little too much I think.
If Android starts to get better audio latency then this could be a serious contender for music making if the right sorts of modules appear.
In case you missed it from last night, Auxy has arrived and is free! You can see the video and read about the app in my post from yesterday, or just click below and get it on the app store.
It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these events so it’s great to announce the next Music Tech Pitch which will be on the 11th of December. Tickets and full details are all available here.
It isn’t entirely different from what Retronyms are trying to do with Wej.