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Push is now designed and engineered entirely by Ableton for a music-making experience that is as hands-on, expressive and closely integrated with Live as possible. Push and Live work together seamlessly to let you make beats, play notes and chords, work with samples and develop song structure - all without needing to look at a computer. read more.
PSSL visits The NAMM Show every year to bring you the latest and best gear coming soon! Our NAMM videos feature a first look at all of 2016's new gear from your favorite brands. Stay tuned as we will constantly update this page with new videos from The NAMM Show 2016.
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There once was a time when stage monitors didn't exist, and musicians simply listened to their bandmates to stay in time with each other. This worked well in small spaces but when amplification came into the picture and allowed bands to play in front of much larger crowds, hearing each other on stage proved to be rather difficult. Enter in stage monitors, which solved that issue but created many of their own...
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PSSL visits The NAMM Show every year to bring you the latest and best gear coming soon! Our NAMM videos feature a first look at all of 2015's new gear from your favorite brands. Stay tuned as we will constantly update this page with new videos from The NAMM Show 2015.
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So you've decided you want to start making music at home but you don't know where to start? When entering into the world of recording, you're bound to come across a lot of new terms that will be totally foreign to you: preamp, condenser, DAW, compression, normalization...the list goes on. Today I'd like to identify what you'll need to get up and running with your very own home studio. read more.
Why compromise gain structure to achieve a comfortable listening level? As musicians and recording people ourselves, we've asked that question too. So each Generation 2 Rokit comes with an Input Volume Control that provides an adjustable gain range from +6dB to -30dB. Just another way the Rokit lets you focus on your mix, and not on compatibility concerns. read more.