WNAMM11: Hello From NAMM

Test video from the team      12/01/11

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0:41 mins

An introduction from our first day at NAMM, filmed and uploaded from our hotel in LA.

Stay tuned for regular daily news from the show.

Rich Beech
www.StudioParanormal.com

 

 


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Steveo    Said...

Be sure an check out M-Audio guys, new synth looks interestin.

13-Jan-11 10:49 AM


Nick B    Said...

Dont worry, first on the list!

13-Jan-11 11:16 AM


Nathan    Said...

Looking forward to...

Lexicon Effects for Native 3rd Vid of G-media impOSCar 2

:)

13-Jan-11 11:28 AM


Sam Mallery    Said...

Glad you guys are there! If a company called Starr Labs is there, I'm curious about their airPAD.

13-Jan-11 11:33 AM


Steveo    Said...

Don't forget Music Computing's Studio Blade - well nifty.

13-Jan-11 12:34 PM


Steveo    Said...

Oh and Ken McBeth is there too (downstairs at the AH stand) with his new modules......tasty.

13-Jan-11 12:35 PM


Brian from USA    Said...

That swimming pool looks good, just got 2 feet of snow here in New England. Looking forward to the vids, guys.

13-Jan-11 12:48 PM


robbiemacman    Said...

I see your at the Bates Motel then Nick?

13-Jan-11 12:57 PM


asiohead    Said...

Oh you lucky b*st*rds :) Wish I was there, in me t-shirt, at the pool .... haha.

Have fun guys ! And shoot some mouth watering vids !

.. some none-Apple too ok :) I wanna see modular's and experimental stuff, toys for men, not for boys :)

greetz

14-Jan-11 09:46 AM


jabels    Said...

Oh man I was just waiting for someone to push Nick into the pool at the end :P

16-Jan-11 11:12 AM


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