Steve Smith brings the Latin flavor to On Green Dolphin Street. Learn this great groove that keeps you moving around the kit in a fresh way. Read More
The new 48M10 networked amplifier from Linea Research
Summary: Three new models support 2, 4, and 8 Ohm loads, or 70/100v line systems, with 96kHz DSP, built-in AES3 interface or an optional Dante module.
DiGiCo’s flagship SD Series touring console, the SD7
Summary: Sound providers select SD Series consoles to support front of house and/or monitors on eight of last year’s top ten highest-grossing tours.
Screenshot of Liquid Music with Ableton Live
Summary: Includes a variety of workflow improvements and bug fixes as well as the new Export MIDI: Drag’n’Drop for VST & AU.
The author at the Greek Theater in 1984 with a primordial (Meyer Sound) SIM rig. Bob notes that 30 years later, analyzers look different but he looks the same. (Credit: Clayton Call)
Deck: A dartboard of 30 things I’ve learned in 30 years of being hyper-focused on one thing…
The amp tips the scales at a mere 3.75 pounds and delivers a staggering 800 watts. Read More
This year, the VMAs returned to New York City for a homecoming at Madison Square Garden. As with all awards shows, though, the perfectly manicured glam you see on television isn’t the whole story – there are make-up touch-ups, visual gaffes and, most importantly, a crew of dudes swiftly mopping up the stage between the commercial breaks. Here’s what you didn’t see on TV.
1. The Commercial Break Crew
The show’s true stars are the posse of black-shirted men whose job it was to mop up dust and pyro detritus from the stage each time the show cut to commercial. They were Read More
Jerry Garcia’s musical legacy will be remembered at a pair of all-star tribute concerts set for two back-to-back nights in October.
Following 2015’s Dear Jerry show at Maryland’s historic Merriweather Post Pavilion, the concert’s second installment – Dear Jerry: Let’s Play 2 – kicks off October 14th at Washington D.C.’s DAR Constitution Hall with “Jerry Uncovered: Exploring Jerry Garcia through the JGB Songbook,” featuring performances by Warren Haynes (on lead guitar and vocals), Alison Krauss, John Medeski, Don Was, Jamey Johnson, Raymond Weber and more.
The following night, at Fairfax, Virginia’s EagleBank Arena, Haynes, the Avett Brothers Read More
Summary: Nohilly will oversee the Atlanta subsidiary’s business together with Dennis Smith who will be continuing as co-president and CEO.
It looks like Korg may have a desktop version of their ARP Odyssey synth in the works. Eagle-eyed observers took one look at this image, shared by keyboardist DANiiVORY (Theresa Danielle Flaminio), and immediately noticed a pair of of as-yet-unannounced synths in the background. Flaminio shared this comment with the photo: “I found keyboard heaven! In… Read More Is A Korg ARP Odyssey Desktop Synthesizer On The Way? Read More
Summary: Company to offer coursework within the college’s Entertainment Design and Technology program in Orlando.
Juan Gabriel, Latin American music icon and Mexico’s bestselling artist of all time, died of natural causes Sunday morning at his home in Santa Monica, a day after the Mexican singer performed at the Forum in Inglewood, California. Gabriel was 66.
“Alberto Aguilera Valadez ‘Juan Gabriel’ passed away suddenly earlier today as has been widely reported,” the singer’s family said in a statement Sunday. “Juan Gabriel was a giant in the music industry and is as popular now as ever. As importantly, Juan Gabriel was a beloved father and grandfather. He is survived by his sons and grandchildren.”
Gabriel was scheduled Read More
The VARIAi modular installation array from Renkus-Heinz
Summary: Company to present the all-new CF/CFXi Series along with the VARIAi modular point source line array.
The sanctuary at Pennsville Baptist Church.
Summary: Good Sounds selects X5i-P compact, powered line arrays for system renovations at Pennsylvania church.