In other words stay tuned for next week when Stereoklang reports from MusikMesse
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Nord has announced plans to release a new keyboard at Musikmesse 2011 – speculations anyone??
Countdown to ecstasy!
2011-03-25 If you’re in Frankfurt between April 6-9th, be sure not to miss the Nord booth and try out all the latest Nord gear! You’ll find us in Hall 5.1, Booth B90, and we’ve also got a surprise for you…
GearJunkies shared this picture, which might be a fake, speculating that the V-Station HD is on the way:
Is Novation taking the plunge in the app market with a V-Station (HD) app? It seems legit as the V-Station was the VSTi version of their hardware K-Station. So with the popularity of the iPad as an instrument (and the improved midi capabilities) it makes sense that the V-Station would be the synth to recreate as an app.
Guess we will find out next week at MusikMesse
Game changer, we´ll know next week, I guess
Introducing next generation technology for all musicians – from studio producer to the guitarist on stage, DMA1 is the Smart Audio Hub that knows no limits. It will have its first public unveiling at The Frankfurt Music Show 2011, we are in Hall 4.1 Stand D50.
It’s features are innovative, its capabilities are vast. The first product specifically designed to work in a 21st century environment. The landscape for the creative artist in a Studio, live or broadcast environment is about to leap into a new future.
What we know about the Smart Audio Hub…
- It’s “next generation technology”;
- It’s compatible with all musicians;
- The Smart Audio Hub that knows no limits;
- It’s innovative;
- It’s capabilities are vast;
- It’s the first product designed to work in a 21st century environment; and
- The landscape for the creative artist in a Studio, live or broadcast environment is about to leap into a new future.
Anyone care to guess, leave your thoughts…
It’s not a big secret, that we are working on a synthesizer that we will present at the Musikmesse in Frankfurt (6th to 9th April 2011). And it’s also no secret that it will be the successor of the discontinued PerFourMer, so it is very likely that our new baby will carry the same name “PerFourMer”, possibly followed by a “2″.
You can listen to some sounds generated by the prototype. Please don’t judge the musical value, it’s just a simple sequence and some knob tweaking on the synth.