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Edirol and Cakewalk to announce new products at Musikmesse 2009      23/03/09
Edirol And Cakewalk News


Edirol and Cakewalk have sent us a press statement about the forthcoming Frankfurt Musikmesse. Here it is...
Edirol and Cakewalk will be announcing new products at the forthcoming Musikmesse / Prolight + Sound show, which will take place in Frankfurt on April 1st-4th.
We will be exhibiting on Stand B56 in Hall 5.1.
For the very first time we will be unveiling the latest addition to the innovative new Virtual Studio line of hardware controllers. The flagship VS-700 was undoubtedly one of the biggest products of 2008, lifting hardware and software integration to new levels of sophistication. And now 2009 sees the introduction of a more universal stable mate. For full details and the chance to get hands-on, come and visit us at the Edirol and Cakewalk stand.
With two stages of entertainment and the brand new VJ Expo – a dedicated area of the stand with regular VJ performances from some of the best in the industry – the Edirol and Cakewalk stand is the only place to be for cutting edge audio/visual performance.
Performances will run throughout the show, including appearances from special guests Shakinda and Christian S (LUSH, Ministy Of Sound, Pete Tong Podcast, Armin van Buuren), Dubassy (Glastonbury, Rui da Silva, Greenpeace), theLAB (Drop Beats not Bombs, projectXpresents, Formation), and Devon Miles (Kazantip Rave, Rave On Snow, Distillery Leipzig).
More information:
  • edirol.co.uk
  • cakewalk.com

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