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The NAMM Show 2021 has been cancelled amidst coronavirus concerns

COVID-19 has thwarted much of the music industry’s 2020 plans, causing uncertainty for the near future. The NAMM Show’s 2021 edition has been in question since the beginning of the lockdown, with the organisation claiming that it will push on in spite of the pandemic. However, as summer slowly comes to an end, COVID-19 is … Continue reading The NAMM Show 2021 has been cancelled amidst coronavirus concerns

“Recording Studio Operations in a Post-COVID World” – NAMM Webinar on 5/28

NAMM is expanding well beyond its namesake winter and summer conferences that set the pace for audio and music. The organization has a busy Webinar agenda building up, offering expert advice on topics to help guide the industry through the unprecedented challenges brought on by coronavirus. The next essential NAMM Read more… The post “Recording … Continue reading “Recording Studio Operations in a Post-COVID World” – NAMM Webinar on 5/28

Roland’s legendary TR-808 awarded a place in the NAMM Hall Of Fame

40 years on since its inception, Roland‘s TR-808 continues to be a household sound, heard in house, hip hop, trap, pop and everything in between. The drum machine’s legacy lives on, seemingly forever, as it’s placed in the NAMM Museum of Making Music TECnology Hall Of Fame, with an official ceremony held at Winter NAMM … Continue reading Roland’s legendary TR-808 awarded a place in the NAMM Hall Of Fame