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- Aphex 240 Dual Logic Gated Compressor – The 240 combines elements of Aphex’s famous Logic-Assisted Gate (as seen on the Aphex 230 and 622) in tandem with the company’s acclaimed Easyrider automatic compressor models. The Logic-Assisted Gate technology provides the most reliable, accurate, and stable operation of any gate, while the patented circuitry is designed to never false trigger, click, or chatter. Once triggered, even by a microscopic transient, the gate progresses through its attack, hold, and release sequence.
- Mackie Onyx 32.4 Analog Mixer – This live mixer is perfect for nightclubs, bands, and houses of worship that don’t want to sacrifice channel count or sound quality when shopping for a mid-sized analog console. Mackie’s flagship Onyx 4-bus series consoles build on the performance and functionality of the legendary Mackie SR24*4 and 32*4, while adding 100mm Panasonic faders, 32 premium Onyx mic preamps, redesigned analog circuitry, 4-band Perkins EQ, and a built-in assignable stereo compressor/limiter section.
- Mackie Onyx 24.4 – If you only require 24 inputs (with premium Onyx mic preamps, of course), then this is the console for you. It has all the features of the 32.4 in a slightly smaller, less expensive package.
- Yamaha CP300 – Like all fine instruments, the CP300 stage piano simply begs to be played. The CP300’s advanced Graded Hammer Effect (GHE) action gives all keys an authentic resistance that increases from the top register to the lower – just as on an actual acoustic piano. Meticulously recorded stereo samples of top-quality instruments are onboard and include subtle elements such as string resonance, stereo sustain, and even key-off samples that capture the felt dampers muting the piano strings. A total of 50 original instrument sounds are included, backed up by another 480 XG sounds and 12 drum kits!
- Roland HandSonic 10 – When you think about electronic percussion, it’s only natural that the name Roland comes to mind. In fact, the company’s earliest products were so advanced, they still dominate on stage and in the studio. At this year’s NAMM Show, Roland announced the HandSonic 10 (HPD-10). More affordable and streamlined than its big brother HandSonic 15, it offers the same great pad response that made the original HandSonic so popular, but with new sounds and patterns (about 400 of them!), plus 10 individual pressure-sensitive pads, a large icon-driven display, 20 multi-effects, and even a D-Beam controller! Wow!
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88-key Stage Piano with 50 Instrument Sounds, Graded Hammer Effect Keyboard, and Built-in Speaker System
In 1976,Yamaha released the first CP series stage pianos. These "electric...
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