Matt Mitchell (left) and Eric Heiserman literally stand behind their products—the debut microphones from
Heiserman Audio. Producing mics designed, sourced and built entirely in the USA, Heiserman is introducing the H47 (right) and H47 Tube (left), recalling the U47s of yesteryear with a modern spin.
Tierra Audio came from Spain to unveil its new Lava Preamp (shown) and Boreal FET Compressor. The Lava provides 100% analog signal treatment while providing digital recall and control, as well as a unique self-diagnosing feature that measures components while booting up, sending results to Tierra to ensure that the unit is operating to its specifications.
Ever want to run a D-Box via Bluetooth?
Dangerous Music knew that before you did—which is why it’s introducing the newly redesigned D-Box+ monitor controller with summing, D/A conversion and cue/talkback, all accessible through Bluetooth.
Just a few of the great
FUTURE titles you can pick up from our booth in the Lobby outside Hall D. Look at that January PSN cover—what a beauty.
Amidst all the media chit-chat, blues rocker Jared James Nichols announced his new
Epiphone signature model guitar with some barnstorming guitar runs.
Outside the convention sits the
Dynaudio Unheard studio—a pop-up recording facility built inside shipping containers, that will record 12 unsigned acts over the course of the show. For more on it, check out Dynaudio Pop-Up Studio Lands at NAMM.
Anaheim, CA (January 24, 2019)—Every year, the MI field—and now increasingly the pro-audio industry—descends on the NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA, to introduce the latest and greatest products. The convention starts today, but that didn’t stop many manufacturers (and a few guitar-slinging celebrities) from getting an early start, showing off what they brought to NAMM this year. Here’s just a little bit of what we saw on Wednesday, January 23.