Hottest things at NAMM 2009

January 15, 2009 · Posted in Electronic Music 

1. Ableton Live 8
The indications are that a new version of Ableton’s groundbreaking DAW could be shown in Anaheim.

2. The ‘producer product’ from Native Instruments
We already know that NI will be launching three new products at NAMM – a hunch is that it will be the biggest NI product innovation in years”.

3. Cubase 5
Steinberg’s revelation that its NAMM announcement will concern “the apex of many years of technology developed through our passion to help musicians, composers and producers realise their musical creativity” certainly points towards a Cubase update.

4. Melodyne Direct Note Access
Having had its release date delayed – it was originally supposed to be available in the fourth quarter of 2008 – we hear that it’s finally ready to go, and should be shown in its almost-finished form at NAMM.
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5. AmpliTube 3?
IK Multimedia has plans to announce something, and a new version of AmpliTube seems like a logical launch for them.

6. NI new drum machine >> Maschine
Native Instruments will be introducing Maschine – a next generation groove production studio that combines hardware and software – at the 2009 NAMM Show.

maschine

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