A further development - organ maker Wurlitzer and Xerox are announcing a merger and will release their new line of reproductive organs.
Michael Carlson (3x09)
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Marshall have also announced an automatic pancake making machine, for the ultimate Marshall Stack.
On Apr 1, 2015, at 2:08, Michał Wiernowolski <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
As you probably know today is the first day of the Spring NAMN Show.
As always there are many new products, but I've found two really groundbreaking pedals.
Electro-Harmonics releases RLG - Random Loop Generator.
This simple yet powerful device has only a single toggle switch for control. First you select 'learn' mode and RLG records the input signal. Then you switch to 'earn' mode and the pedal replays random parts of its recordings. I've been told unoficially that the replay algorithm has been specifically optimized to avoid any copyright issues. This is a must-have for any serious producer. As they say the more you learn the more you earn.
Pigtronics introduces Infinite Gate Keeper or IGK for short.
This pedal stands out from the crowd by providing unprecedented 192dB separation between input and output. It is achieved by using state-of-the-art superior headroom latency free studio quality true bypass all-analog ultra-high speed discreet opto isolation. In layman's terms what's coming in never comes out. IGK advertised as even more ultimate looper is the next step for many contemporary musicians who want to dive into the new trend called Sound-No-Sound. IGK is also the first passive looper and has won the Green Button Award for its innovative design.
I've already preordered both.
Have a nice day