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NAMM 2017: Top 5 New Audio Products

The National Association of Music Merchants Trade Show (or NAMM, as it is usually called) has for years been the biggest yearly event in the pro audio industry, where brands unveil their biggest products, and this year was no exception. Here is a top five of the most notable products you
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SM58 50th Anniversary

Shure is introducing an anniversary model of its most popular microphone, the SM58, to celebrate its 50th year. The world’s most popular microphone, has been a foundational and formidable part of live performance for more than 50 years. Earlier this year, Shure revealed the KSM8, the “the most significant dynamic microphone
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Summer Essentials

With summer now over the horizon, it’s the time of year where we will all look to travel the world, explore the great outdoors, and gather for amazing moments with friends and family. For all of us in the office, music has proven to be a great tool for happiness, so we
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Studiospares – 15 Years Online

It was October 1998 when we first launched Studiospares.com. In those early days of the World Wide Web, internet stores were virtually unheard of and no-one did their shopping online. In fact, our first website simply held our contact information. Soon afterwards, we launched our first web shop and began
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Studiospares Celebrate 30th Anniversary

The UK’s favourite professional audio supplier, Studiospares, celebrated its 30th Anniversary on Thursday with a party at their Staples Corner premises. Directors and founders Barry and Pearl Lambden were presented with gold watches in recognition of 30 years service with the company. MD Barry Lambden thanked staff and customers for
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PPL – Olympic Musician Fees Are A Disgrace

Keith Harris, PPL’s director of performer affairs, has branded the fees being offered to musicians to perform at the London 2012 Olympics a “national disgrace’, Music Week has reported. Harris blames LOCOG, the organising committee behind the Olympics, for under-paying musicians and, in some cases, asking them to pay for the privilege