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Peter - IK Multimedia
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Postby Peter - IK Multimedia; Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:47 am Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

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Postby Elektronisch; Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:55 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

I can speculate this is some sort of hardware/software tool for guitars ? :)
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Postby SLiC; Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:58 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Looks interesting, but then the last time IK did a teaser for something revolutionary it was a Keyboard controller!
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Postby foosnark; Thu Jan 18, 2018 12:52 pm Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

It's obviously an audio interface of some kind. I predict not enough analog inputs, and that all I/O is AC coupled, and the form factor is annoying in some way.

I'd love to be wrong about more than one of those points.
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Postby Tj Shredder; Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:05 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

This is the unversal teaser, you can put anything behind it. Its probably a software which creates a teaser video out of a bunch of photos, which is garantied to look professional even if you have no clue how to produce one...
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Postby twolegstoneworks; Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:10 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Well, at least "New Level" is a step down from last years "Revolution" ;)
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Postby AnX; Fri Jan 19, 2018 12:12 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Same shit, diff box. :party:
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Postby Peter - IK Multimedia; Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:21 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Tj Shredder wrote:This is the unversal teaser, you can put anything behind it. Its probably a software which creates a teaser video out of a bunch of photos, which is garantied to look professional even if you have no clue how to produce one...

This video was created manually by an individual who has been creating videos for us for years. Also, what you see is the product not some generic set of photos/video clips.
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Postby Mushy Mushy; Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:26 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

It’s an audio interface that hosts plugins. Much similar to UAD without using their proprietary format.
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Postby aMUSEd; Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:30 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

It's either a guitar amp that makes the coffee

or a toaster that hosts plugins
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Postby dumbledog; Fri Jan 19, 2018 8:49 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Stay tuned.... with the revolutionary TunerShredder 4000! Tune your instruments of mass destruction to SEMITONE accuracy :evil: :evil: :evil:

440 Hertz*... of hurt.



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Postby medienhexer; Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:26 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

I suspect a guitarist/duo-centric audio interface / Floorboard with dsp-based AmpliTube for the guitar and T-Racks for the Mic in. Also, expression pedal integrated.

If it’s not an internal dsp, it‘ll integrate the iPad or iPhone which have plenty of power now.

T-Racks will be extended by a feedback suppressor and AmpliTube 5 will be announced along with it.

It‘ll come with a digital power amp so you can play AmpliTube live. And it‘ll have just enough power for you street musicians.

AmpliTube 5 will be identical between iOS and desktop. And you‘ll sync all your presets via the ampli.cloud.
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Postby Daimonicon; Fri Jan 19, 2018 9:32 am Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

medienhexer wrote:I suspect a guitarist/duo-centric audio interface / Floorboard with dsp-based AmpliTube for the guitar and T-Racks for the Mic in. Also, expression pedal integrated.

If it’s not an internal dsp, it‘ll integrate the iPad or iPhone which have plenty of power now.

T-Racks will be extended by a feedback suppressor and AmpliTube 5 will be announced along with it.

It‘ll come with a digital power amp so you can play AmpliTube live. And it‘ll have just enough power for you street musicians.

AmpliTube 5 will be identical between iOS and desktop. And you‘ll sync all your presets via the ampli.cloud.

You’re probably right.
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Postby Stupid American Pig; Sun Jan 21, 2018 8:54 pm Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Tough crowd. :hihi:

I like amplitube quite a bit but I understand they’re a bit hyperbolic with the announcements.
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Postby transmetropolitan; Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:34 pm Re: Stay Tuned. NAMM 2018: Introducing a new level of hardware/software integration for stage & studio

Not the greatest timing to do a release tease with relatively little in the way of content.

Arturia and Korg for example have just made product announcements with way more meat on the bones.

Still, I don't mind big frothy statements so much if people can back them up.
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