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Oct 12

Written by: masterblogger
10/12/2009 5:51 AM  RssIcon

Hey again.... So we're back from AES NYC, and you'll see a ton of video demos up in our video section, and there's more on the way.

On Saturday, I checked out a bunch of demos, including the Waves press conference on their new plug-ins, including WNS Noise Suppressor, LoAir, Vocal Rider, and MultiRack. And famed producer/engineers Tony Maserati, Eddie Kramer, and Chris Lord-Alge gave demonstrations of their signature series plug-in collections.

EddieKramer_bass I also watched a demo of the Muse Research Receptor 2 running BFD2 and controlled by a custom shop Zendrum. Plus, also check out demos from Tascam, Glyph, BIAS, Audio Technica, Radial, Serato, Focusrite, and more.maserati_vocals

Just before the battery on my video camera died, I managed to get a quick and awesome demo of the brand-new Novation Launchpad controller for Ableton Live. I gave my friend Ben Davis from Novation three minutes to blaze through the demo (man, he's good), and he did it all just before the camera punked out on me. The only thing he didn't manage to get in there was the list price, which is only $199. That's crazy cheap for something so cool. Check it out...

 

And be sure to click over to the EQ Video section to see all the coverage from this year's AES show in NYC.

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