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THE BRIGHT FUTURE OF ELECTRONIC PERCUSSION: ALESIS INTRODUCES TWO NEW DRUM KITS

Thu, September 26, 2013


On the heels of the just-released DM7X Kit—which hit stores in early September and has quickly become a sought-after addition to the homes and studios of drummers worldwide—Alesis has now announced the DM7X Session Kit and DM Lite Kit. The DM7X Session Kit is a five-piece version of the DM7X Kit, featuring many identical capabilities, plus a rack that is more compact. The DM Lite Kit offers an immersive and dynamic drumming experience, perfect for those just starting out, and includes responsive, illuminated pads, a built-in drum coach, and nearly every major piece pre-assembled for instant, out-of-the-box satisfaction.


THREE IS KEY: M-AUDIO RELEASES M3-8, NEW 3-WAY STUDIO REFERENCE MONITOR

Thu, September 26, 2013


Adding to their industry-leading studio monitor line, M-Audio announces the new 3-way M3-8 studio reference monitor, which is now available in stores. Featuring an innovative inline design and superior imaging, M3-8 is compact yet delivers an immersive audio experience with dedicated low-, mid-, and high-frequency drivers, each with its own dedicated amplifier.


AKAI PROFESSIONAL UNVEILS MPC ELEMENT,  THE MOST AFFORDABLE MPC EVER

Fri, September 13, 2013


Adding to their industry-leading MPC line, which includes the flagship MPC Renaissance and slimline MPC Studio controllers, Akai Professional has now introduced MPC Element along with its new software platform, MPC Essentials. With dimensions similar to popular tablet computers, MPC Element is Akai Professional’s most portable MPC yet, and it’s also the most affordable with a price of just $149.99 USD.


AKAI PROFESSIONAL INTRODUCES RPM500 AND RPM800 STUDIO REFERENCE MONITORS

Fri, September 13, 2013


Available in stores in October, Akai Professional’s newest studio reference monitors, RPM500 and RPM800, offer meticulous reproduction of even the most complex modern music with the perfect balance of finely tuned technologies. Both offer distributed Class A/B amplification, providing ultra-efficient power while ensuring minimal distortion. RPM500 provides 90 Watts total, with 50 Watts dedicated to its 5 ¼-inch woofer and 40 Watts to its silk-dome tweeter; RPM800 offers 120-Watts total, with 80 and 40 going to the woofer and tweeter, respectively.