NAMM2017: IK Multimedia iRig Pro I/O for PC/MAC/IOS

Tom from Synth Anatomy stopped by the IK booth at NAMM to check out their latest interface, iRig Pro I/O. The $150 interface offers a combi XLR-1/4" input, with headphone output, and MIDI breakout cables. The iRig Pro I/O should be shipping in March.

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► IK Multimedia announced at NAMM 2017 the iRig I/O, a new audio and midi interface for PC, MAC and IOS. Check it out here.

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NAMM2017: Zylia Portable Recording System

Tom from Synth Anatomy found a NAMM Oddity that could actually be quite useful... if pricey. The Zylia Portable Recording System is a $1,000 spherical microphone array which promises the ability to isolate individual instrument tracks. The idea sounds promising, but that price is hard to swallow.

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►Zylia is a portable microphone recording System for recording multiple instrument and voices at the same time. Check it out here:

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NAMM2017: Teenage Engineering OP-Z

Sonic State got an in-depth look at the Teenage Engineering OP-Z. This updated take on their OP-1 is being designed for tight integration with an iOS app, which we get to see a lot of in this video! The OP-Z will be arriving this September, but they're keeping tight-lipped on the price though... so assume it is a hell of a lot.

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NAMM2017: Tracktion Raspberry Pi Interface

Sonic State did a fascinating interview with Tracktion developer Woody about their work on Raspberry Pi. This includes a look at a touch screen mini-computer, details about how Tracktion is used as the core inside of ROLI's NOISE app, and a glimpse of the sweetest looking audio interface ever.

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NAMM2017: PO-32 Tonic

Teenage Engineering has announced the eminent release of their newest Pocket Operator, PO-32 Tonic!

Arriving February 2nd, at $140 this is the most expensive Pocket Operator to date, but that price includes the Sonic Charge Microtonic drum machine VST. The PO-32 was designed specifically to allow you to create sounds on Microtonic and then sync them over to the Pocket Operator.

I wonder if developers will reverse-engineer the sound transfer method so you can send other sounds to it.

Kalle Paulson, former head of Propellerhead's mobile division, got his hands on one early and has posted a series of videos exploring it.

Here's a video from the official Teenage Engineering YouTube channel, with Magnus Lidström from Sonic Charge showing off sound transfer process.

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introducing pocket operator PO-32 tonic teenage engineering.
order here: https://teenage.engineering/store#po-32
online manuals: https://teenage.engineering/guides

magnus lidström of sonic charge introducing PO-32 tonic and demonstrating how to replace a sound. more info about mictrotonic vst/au: https://soniccharge.com

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