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If you’re going to be in Los Angeles on June 14, IMSTA FESTA is happening! You’re invited, it’s FREE, and you should click here to register. 

If you’re in the neighborhood, and into digital audio, then you should probably stop by. It’s an excellent opportunity to elbow-rub with world-class software manufacturers, and meet some of the great minds behind great software. Networking opportunities abound, and you’ll be surrounded with folks who love software just as much as you do.

Here’s some of the greatness that awaits, copy/pasted from their press release.

  • Networking opportunity with LA’s “heavy hitters” in the music community.
  • Obtaining hands-on experience with the latest music production products in the market.
  • Learning tips & tricks from knowledgeable product specialists.
  • Gaining unique insight into the music industry by attending highly educational panels.
  • Winning prizes from top audio technology companies.
  • Receiving a free gift for visiting our exhibiting companies.

 

 

 

 

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This video comes to us from MasterSoundStudioGR. Check out this video on working with high gain guitars via Ampire XT in Studio One! You’ll get some tips on using Slate Digital Tools as well. If you’re interested in getting extra heavy with Ampire, you may be interested in the Ampire XT Metal Pack.

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Check out Sonic Sense Pro Audio‘s look at the StudioLive AI mixers and loudspeakers in Tales From the Trenches – The Bar Gig! If you want a real-deal look at how the AI ecosystem works at an actual gig, look no further.

See the video below, and be sure to read the whole article by clicking here.

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The PreSonus Music Creation Suite recording kit is a complete solution for classrooms, school labs, churches, and home studios! This special all-PreSonus system combines an AudioBox USB interface with Studio One Artist music-production software, Notion music-notation and composition software, the PS49 USB MIDI keyboard, HD3 monitoring headphones, an M7 large-diaphragm condenser microphone, a free Nimbit account, a powered USB hub, and all necessary cables and mounts.

To find a dealer in the USA, click here.
To find a distributor outside the USA, click here.

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Join Justin Spence as we get a visit from Terence Higgins and a few of his friends! The last time we had Terence come by, we broadcast nearly the entire production of “Swamp Grease II.” It remains one of our most-watched PreSonus LIVE episodes of all time.

Alongside Terence, we’ll have producer Wendel Tilly, Erica Falls,  and Andy Bourgeois together at the new PreSonus studio to record three full songs for Erica’s new album.

These are world-class players—don’t miss this one!

http://www.presonus.com/videos/presonuslive

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Another YouTube hit from Frog Leap Studios, this time exploring some heavy seven-string riffage.

Signal chain: Ibanez RG 7620 >> Kemper Profiling Amplifier >> PreSonus StudioLive.

Sounds good man, keep it up!

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Oklahoma’s John Fullbright is a songwriter’s songwriter, the kind of guy that writes lyrics that make other songwriters cry “Why didn’t I think of that?” John delivers his road-weathered ballads from a strong heart—one that’s got a more than a few miles on it, and more than a few left. The man’s a straight shooter; case-in-point, the new record, available now on Nimbit, is appropriately titled Songs.

Despite being a Grammy-nominated songwriter,  killer vocalist, guitarist, pianist, and harmonica player, he is only kind of good at dominoes.

‘Songs’ is a warm, winning and plainspoken Americana album that builds on the authority and charm of ‘From the Ground Up’ not by musical-muscle flexing, but by its clarity and simmering intensity.”
— Jim Fusilli, The Wall Street Journal

Click here to learn more about John, hear/buy his new album, Songs, and become a fan.

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This just in from Peter Scott of P C Scott Audio Productions, who just took his StudioLive on a Tour of the Tropics! You can read more about the Tour of the Tropics in our initial blog post on the matter, but the short version is that it’s a great tour of country music artists in Fiji, with the added bonus of StudioLive training!]

Here’s some new photos from the event.

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That’s right! We’re offering FREE TICKETS to anyone who wants to attend the InfoComm show in La$ Vega$. For flights and hotel, you’re on your own. All you have to do is click here to get your ticket.

The InfoComm exhibition, June 18-20, is where A/V manufacturers from the world over all converge on the strip, and bring their latest and greatest. It’s where new products get announced and incredible new technologies are showcased. It’s not quite as loud as NAMM, but there is a constant clattering din produced by 30,000 jaws hitting the ground at once when folks get a look at some new curved 3D television or food replicator.

We’ve got something brewing for InfoComm ourselves, BTW. Stay tuned to our website and social profiles, or just take us up on the offer and come visit us in person at booth C11341.

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[This just in from Mark Edward Lewis, a film composer and post-production supervisor with a lifetime of pro audio experience.]

Hey PreSonus!

I got to tell you, I went out into the shop to test that Temblor 10 this afternoon.

We have a 50,000 square foot shop, and I was testing it to see if the build’s hardware would rattle with some significant low-end pink noise in our various positions around the exhibit. Fortunately, it didn’t, but I had about 30 men stop their work and get nervous.  Many came over to find the source of that low-frequency rumble that was literally smashing the shop into fear of a literal earthquake. It’s pretty impressive—a single T10 in that space—and it’s all we could hope for in this application. It performed flawlessly, venting its heat without trouble. It did a great job of rumbling the floor in the briefing room when we put the port in the cable space. It’s amazing, and it certainly outperforms my JBL 15 with 2700 watts of power.

I know. Doesn’t seem right. But that’s what it does.

For more on the Temblor, click here.

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