Presonus says that you can visit the 2013 Winter NAMM show virtually by joining their three-day live Webcast. The PreSonus NAMMcast will be broadcast in real time Thursday, Friday, and Saturday (January 24 through 26), between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Pacific Standard Time, and will be rebroadcast between 6 p.m. and 3 a.m. so viewers worldwide can enjoy the show.
As part of this broadcast, from 9:45 to 10 a.m. Thursday through Saturday, Presonus will present The NAMM Day in Review, hosted by Sonic State. Don't miss it!
Winter NAMM, held annually in Anaheim, California, is one of the most exciting music-technology and musical-instrument trade shows in the world but members of the general public rarely are able to attend. Now the PreSonus NAMMcast brings the show to you wherever you can get online.
You'll see PreSonus product presentations; musical performances from the PreSonus booth, featuring a variety of exciting artists; coverage of new products we can't tell you about; and roving reporters broadcasting live from all around the NAMM show about whatever catches their eccentric interest.
A Presonus spokesperson has this to say, "You never know what is going to happen at a NAMM show. New products are everywhere, major stars and industry legends show up unexpectedly, and bands and manufacturers have been known to pull outrageous PR stunts. Because this is a live Webcast, you'll witness it just as our reporters do, live and unedited, flubs and all. Winter NAMM is going to be one big, product-driven, fun-filled party-and you can be there without ever leaving home!
PreSonus is the only manufacturer that Webcasts the NAMM show live-and you'll see and hear the news from around the show, in addition to the action at our booth - which is going to be fun and fascinating, even though the authorities forbade the Cajun-style live alligator wrestling we originally planned!"
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Matthew demos Pams and shows of a new filter based on the Akai S950 filter
Vaclav takes us through the new module
We take a look at this very eloquent sequencer