Saturday, December 16, 2017
AM2 is a stereo monitoring unit combining headphone and line outputs for flexible monitoring of signals sourced from the Dante™ network
At NAMM 2016, Sennheiser and Neumann will have their latest live performance and recording equipment on show in Hall A, Booth No. 6577. Visitors are invited to try out Sennheiser wired and wireless microphones, monitoring systems and professional headphones as well as Neumann recording microphones and studio monitors. A special ‘mobile recording’ area will highlight the products developed in cooperation with Apogee, including the ClipMic digital, MKE 2 digital and a new, yet to be announced recording bundle.
Every year there is great anticipation by exhibitors, retailers, and music enthusiasts for the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) trade show, and this year was no exception. NAMM holds its Winter musical instrument trade show every January in Anaheim, CA. It's where the biggest and brightest global companies to the boutique innovative up-starts proudly showcase their hot new products. From the simplest of guitar picks, straps and strings, to innovative music and recording software, wind and percussion instruments, cables, mics, pianos and keyboards, to a guitar lover’s dream – top-of-the-line amplifiers and stunningly beautiful guitars.
Blackbird Guitars today announced its newest instrument Farallon, a tenor ukulele with a traditionally inspired design, crafted from Ekoa®. Ekoa is a high-performance, natural tone material made of linen fiber and bio-resin. The ecological composite is structurally superior to vintage, old-growth wood, and is temperature and humidity stable.
The Auteur MKII preamp circuitry offers detail and nuance along with vintage vibe, available in two-channel, half-rack 1RU or single-channel 500 series configurations
Check out Ernie Ball’s new and innovative products at NAMM 2016—Booth # 5440 (Hall B).
RedNet 4 and RedNet 5 units provide seamless interfacing between studios at this busy Los Angeles post house  
Panelists include guitarist Jennifer Batten, Paula Salvatore of Capitol Studios, Tish Ciravolo of Daisy Rock Girl Guitars, and Rebecca Eaddy of Roland Corporation U.S.
Ahh…I love the smell of NAMM in the morning. Waking up for Day Three you feel yourself changed, a NAMM-Morphosis of sorts…like a super power. You now walk the vast NAMM halls as if on a hover board, connect with your fellow NAMM goers like a matrix, and forego NAMM maps and apps. After charging up at the NAMM U Breakfast (yes, food during the daylight hours!), you’re ready to go. In essence, you become one with NAMM. Of course, the occupational hazard here is that you grow accustomed to the non-stop excitement. 
New expansion pack features meticulous sampling of three iconic Gibson instruments