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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, CA, July 25, 2011 â€” After years of carting his collection of outboard gear from one studio to the next, Nashville-based freelance mixer Geoff Pillar opened his first recording studio earlier this year with assistance from Guitar Center Professional (GC Pro), the outside sales division of Guitar Center that focuses on the needs of professional users. Electric Thunder, which opened in January 2011, features a fully automated 16-channel Neve Genesys analog recording console, which Pillar purchased from GC Pro, the exclusive U.S. sales channel for the custom-crafted, innovative desk.
â€œChad Evans is my rep, and heâ€™s great. I can go to him for just about anything I need. Not only does he know the product, but I know heâ€™s worked in studios before, so I trust a lot of his recommendations,â€? says Pillar. He reports that more
â€” Unit features two infinitely stackable loops, effects and complete control â€”
MELVILLE, NY, June 21, 2011 â€” VOX Amplification is now shipping its new VDL1 Dynamic Looper. This floor effect unit contains two independent loops, Pre and Post Loop effects, and a dynamic footpedal allowing real time control of both loops and effects.
Two independent loops can be stacked with an infinite number of tracks using innovative Sound on Sound recording, with no loss of fidelity. Overdubbing features include last-step undo and redo.
Eleven categories of Pre Effects can be applied to the sound before recording, each offering numerous options. There are standard effects such as wah and delay, and unique effects such as pitch shifting, filtering, synths, and even bass and acoustic guitar simulators. Pre Effects can be applied to the instrument more
â€” Co-producing with KISSâ€™s Paul Stanley, Collins is able to get the warm sound of analog tape while not having to sacrifice any of the convenience of digital recording, thanks to CLASPÂ® â€”
NASHVILLE, TN, June 21, 2011 â€” Engineer/producer Greg Collins, known for his work with No Doubt, U2, Matchbox Twenty, and dozens of other top acts, was looking for ways to evolve the sound he and rock legends KISS had achieved on their first collaboration, 2009â€™s Sonic Boom, as the band records their new upcoming LP. Sonic Boom was recorded on analog tape and edited in Pro Tools, but the two processes were separate from each other, necessitating frequent extended pauses in recording for tape transfers. The recording of the new LP, on the other hand, makes good use of Endless Analogâ€™s CLASPÂ® (Closed Loop Analog Signal Processor) system, which uniquely integrates more
MELVILLE, NY, June 21, 2011 â€” Blackstar Amplification is now shipping two new heads from its award-winning Series One (S1) range. The Series One range of tube amplifiers has quickly gained acclaim among guitarists looking for the ultimate in tone. The models, a direct result of feedback from end users, are the S1-104EL34 and S1-1046L6 Heads.
S1-104EL34 & S1-1046L6 Heads
The S1-104 is a footswitchable, four-channel 100-Watt tube head with six modes that shares the same feature set as the S1-200. It is available in two versions â€“ EL34 and 6L6. The EL34 model has the same style and voicing as the S1-100, while the 6L6 version has a new look and is voiced to appeal to the modern high-gain metal player. Features include:
100-Watt tube head with DPR
3x ECC83, 1x ECC82, 4x EL34 or 4x 6L6 power more
EAWÂ® bolsters customer support by expanding Application Support Group and hiring industry veteran Stevens, who will serve as technical liaison between EAWâ€™s customers, sales force and R&D team
InfoComm, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 15, 2011 â€“ EAWÂ® (Demo Room 204A), a world leader in audio system solutions, announces that it is expanding the capabilities of its Application Support Group (ASG) by appointing Jerrold Stevens to the position of Director, EAW Application Support Group (ASG), effective mid-May 2011. The announcement was made by Jeff Rocha, EAW Vice President and General Manager, and further underscores EAWâ€™s commitment to customer support, education and the ongoing development of market-driven products.
The Director of the Application Support Group is the worldwide technical liaison between EAWâ€™s customers and their sales and product development organizations. This role includes direct oversight and management of the ASG resources that are located more
InfoComm, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 15, 2011 â€“ When it was known as Tabu, The Beacham was Orlandoâ€™s first South Beach-style VIP nightclub, setting the pace for the many that followed after it opened in 1999. But now The Beacham, a historic venue that has been part of Orlandoâ€™s nightlife since the early 1920s, is back and better than ever. It has been restored as a live performance venue and sports a fantastic-sounding KF740 P.A. system from EAWÂ® (Demo Room 204A), a world leader in audio system solutions for over 30 years.
The Beacham, which holds 1,250 music fans, is now paired with The Social, a smaller 300-seat club next door, and has a stereo P.A. system that features seven EAW KF740 enclosures on each side. These are supported by eight EAW SB1002 Large Format Flyable Subwoofers arrayed in a mono block below the more
QX offers high power, consistent coverage in a compact housing.
InfoComm, Orlando, Florida, USA, June 15, 2011 â€“ EAWÂ® (Demo Room 204A), a world leader in audio system solutions for over 30 years, is exhibiting its QX Series loudspeakers, optimized for installed system applications that require precise directivity in a powerful low-profile form. Engineered and manufactured at EAWâ€™s Whitinsville, Massachusetts, USA facility, the QX Series provides size-efficient yet very high output point source clusters. The series is particularly geared toward medium-to-large-sized spaces including sports arenas but is also designed for a wide range of other venues requiring high power and consistent coverage in a compact housing, including houses of worship, outdoor stadiums, performing arts venues, theaters and clubs. The QX Series has recently been employed in such installations as the Santa Fe Community College Performing Arts Center in Gainesville, Florida (EAW QX596 High-Output more
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