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Preparing for Musikmesse

Musikmesse 2011 will be held in Frankfurt am Main from April 6 to 9, 2011. Most of the PreSonus crew arrives several days prior to the start, and we leave a few days after the end.

The amount of planning and coordination that goes into this type of event is truly staggering. However, we get to abandon our desks for a week and do things like climb truss to hang artwork and PA speakers, assemble a stage and pretend we’re all amazing musicians, and generally enjoy the lack of time to respond to email, phone calls, and so on. Plus, it doesn’t get any better than German beer. It’s always a lot of fun, and we’re looking forward to it.

If you plan on attending, be sure to come see us in Hall 5.1, Booth B56 and meet the Studio One team. You might just get a cool T-Shirt, too!

Preparing for NAMM

It’s two days before NAMM and I’m in my hotel room in Anaheim preparing a bunch of stuff to demonstrate. Looking closely at Nimbit – we’ll be announcing a co-operation with them shortly. Seems like a great system, and since I’m currently working on remastering a ton of my old albums using Studio One’s Project page, this could be the perfect way to do the re-releases. So far the remasters sound amazing, the Project page in S1 not only makes it really easy to do, the audio engine sounds to damn good!

Anyhow, back to Nimbit. We’ll be offering a discount signup scheme for S1 owners, so I’m going to take advantage of that and get myself a cheap Pro account there I think…

The other thing I’m working on is the special deal on S1 Artist we’re going to announce. Since this blog is currently in test mode, I can mention this a day early and no-one will know. Heh! Looks like the special deal will go public tomorrow evening, then we will be blogging it everywhere…

Getting ready for NAMM

It’s mid-December and for a music biz evangelist like me that means starting to think about the NAMM show in Anaheim, California. And that means sitting down with Studio One and figuring out some cool stuff to entertain and inform the assembled multitudes with. Luckily this software is so much fun to use that it’s not exactly a boring job to have to do that 🙂