The crowds (and SPL) picked up considerably on Day 2 at the biggest show
SSL revealed the X-Rack stereo dynamics module with the same sonic
signature as the channel strip processing of SSL’s large-format
Duality console and the mono X-Rack SuperAnalogue™ Dynamics Module in
a stereo configuration.
Audio Technica showed its AT2022 X/Y stereo condenser mic for field recording
and live capture. It comes with a wind screen, clip, battery and cable.
Waves gave us a sneak preview of the company's
soon-to-be-released new Aural Exciter plug-in that’s modeled after the
legendary Aphex hardware.
In the Arena, Roland, Cakewalk and Roland Systems Group had an integrated setup with
RSS gear running live sound duties across all booths. Cakewalk was
demoing the new SX-1 and Roland was showing its Octa-Capture high-speed
In the E Hall, Rycote had its InVision Studio Kit on display in the Redding Audio
booth. It is an integrated shockmount and pop filter solution for a wide
range of mics.
SM Pro Audio had a bevy of products including the new V-Machine desktop plug-in player. It has 2 TB of
internal memory, MIDI I/O, stereo and headphone outs.
announced that the free public beta for its anticipated Juice plug-in
was soon to start. Juice mimics the analog warmth of classic analog
mixing consoles and will be available for TDM, RTAS, AS and VST
PreSonusPresonus showed off its new StudioLive Remote iPad interface for the company's
digital console line. The slick interface allows multiple users (up to
10 on a network) to work with the host software across a range of
Oktava revealed new extensions for its MK-012
mic system that allows you to use different capsules with the same
Tascam unveiled its TA-1VP
processor created with Antares Audio Technologies. It is a
single-rackspace processor for live performance, house of worship or
studio use that uses the new Evo version of Antares’ Auto-Tune.
Beyerdynamic bowed the DT 1350 headphones that feature Tesla technology,
promising enormous degree of efficiency with extremely low levels of
Cloud Microphones had a mono version of its Couldlifter interface that cleanly boosts any
dynamic mic up 20 dB.