Archive for November, 2012

AERO Dynamics

AERO Dynamics

| November 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

Overview: Pioneer Electronics’ XDJ-AERO Wi-Fi DJ System Specifics: Pioneer Electronics’ XDJ-AERO is a Wi-Fi DJ system that can wirelessly play music tracks from smart devices such as smartphones, tablets and laptop computers. The XDJ-AERO enables users to mix and arrange their favorite music tracks stored on their smart devices via Wi-Fi, as well as on […]

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Vnewsletter – November 15, 2012

Vnewsletter – November 15, 2012

| November 15, 2012 | 0 Comments

MI Industry Flocks And Rocks To ‘Show Us YourTubes’ Videos Hosted by Jill Nicolini Rep. Israel, D’Addario Continue Partnership VMI Appoints Rep Firms Management Moves At Roland QSC Executive Management News MacDonald Goes To ATK Audiotek Yamaha At Monterey Jazz Festival … and much more! November 15, 2012 | Episode No. 144 Run time: 00.10:51 […]

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A Touch Of Royalty

A Touch Of Royalty

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Overview: American DJ’s Ruby Royal Fixture Specifics: American DJ’s Ruby Royal is a fixture that utilizes a 150mW red laser diode and a 150mW violet blue laser diode to create not only red and blue patterns, but also a third color: magenta. By combining its red and blue lasers to produce magenta, the Ruby Royal […]

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Clark’s Ultimate Support

Clark’s Ultimate Support

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

Preston Clark has joined Ultimate Support as Vice President of Sales. Clark is an industry veteran with key account management and manufacturer representative experience, both regionally and nationally. Most recently, he was Vice President of M.I. Sales, North America, for Behringer. “We’re very excited to have Preston join the management team,” said Mike Belitz, CEO […]

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NAMM Gets Political For Arts Education

NAMM Gets Political For Arts Education

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

NAMM co-hosted arts events at the 2012 national political conventions in partnership with Americans for the Arts, The Recording Academy, The United States Conference of Mayors and the local arts councils. The events, including a policy conversation and a concert, were designed to highlight the important role of arts and arts education in public policy. […]

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Oak Creek Is Making Sweet Music

Oak Creek Is Making Sweet Music

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

In Oak Creek WI, Dana and Michele Clark opened a new store, Sweet Music, in the Market Place Village in August, reported oakcreek.patch.com. Both of them teachers, they teach, sell and repair a wide variety of musical instruments, ranging from guitar, banjo and mandolin to ukulele, dulcimer and drums. As the original story reported, since […]

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Edwards Music Evokes The ‘Supernatural’

Edwards Music Evokes The ‘Supernatural’

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

In Fayetteville NC, Edwards Music hosted a very cool event in July. That month, The Fayetteville Observer reported in its original story, 10 drummers competed in Supernatural Cymbals’ “I’m A Natural!” 2012 Drum Off. Every drummer had three minutes to play, with the winner earning a cool $1,000 in cymbals and prizes, as well as […]

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JOHN KRUPA • Director of Sales, RCF USA

JOHN KRUPA • Director of Sales, RCF USA

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Dan Ferrisi Noted New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman famously observed that the planet is getting “hot, flat and crowded,” the middle descriptor meant to convey our increasingly globalized marketplace and world. The global flavor of commerce is abundantly evident in the music products market, in which one finds several companies that are based […]

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MI SPY: TEXAS RANGER

MI SPY: TEXAS RANGER

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The rest of the country (including our esteemed Editor) calls a writer of articles in this series a “Spy.” We here in the Republic of Texas would call him or her a “Ranger.” Chuck Norris jokes aren’t jokes here; they’re words of inspiration. We’re proud of how Frank Hamer nailed Bonnie and Clyde without wimping […]

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LET THERE BE LIGHT(ING)

LET THERE BE LIGHT(ING)

| November 14, 2012 | 0 Comments

The music products industry exudes a “cool factor” that virtually no other industry can even approach, and for no segment of the market is this truer than for lighting, which can add flash and sizzle to a live stage performance…or even a local neighborhood music store. All one has to do is go to the […]

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