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Mike Levine

Mike Levine

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It's time for Musikmesse, the huge music-gear trade show that takes place in Frankfurt, Germany every year about this time. It starts this coming Wednesday, March 12, and runs through March 15. Musikmesse takes place in a gargantuan convention hall that dwarfs the Anaheim Convention Center where the winter NAMM show is held.

Audiofanzine will be at Musikmesse in force, bringing you breaking product news, videos and more. Lots of gear is sure to be announced (in fact, you can already read pre-show Musikmesse gear announcements in our news section), so keep your browsers pointed at Audiofanzine for the best show coverage.

Speaking of coverage, reviews of Native Instruments Maschine Studio and Maschine 2.0 and iZotope BreakTweakers, two hot new products, were among the reviews we posted on Audiofanzine this week. If you haven’t had a chance to check them out yet, we’ve got convenient links to them in this newsletter, as well as Part 3 of our series on understanding and dealing with phase issues, and lots more.

We welcome your comments on any of our content, so feel free to contribute to our forums (we just added a handy forum link near the top right of the home page).

Mike Levine

 

 

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