Jimmy Byrne

Jimmy Byrne is a music producer, audio engineer, music entrepreneur & musician living in Minnesota's Twin Cities. Under his own company ByrneOut Productions, he has worked with a variety of artists & bands from throughout the US on the overall production and studio recording of their music as well as other audio-related projects. Jimmy also works for the record label of Twin Cities hip-hop collective Doomtree, helping oversee day-to-day operations and tasks. And is a co-host of MNCast, a podcast emphasizing the discovery and support of Minnesota musicians. Looking ahead, Jimmy hopes to continue growing his career and company, build professional relationships with musicians and other industry professionals, and somehow leave his mark in this ever-changing industry.

The Fender American Acoustasonic Telectaster combines full-body acoustic tone with a clean electric pickup

The new Fender Acoustasonic Telecaster was launched ahead of NAMM 2019, combining a rich acoustic tone with a clean, smooth electric pickup.

Nord’s new Piano Monitor speakers are engineered to enhance the tones of its keyboards

Nord unveiled its new Piano Monitors in its signature red color, which are engineered to provide a playback experience that is both rich and bold.

Gibson honors late Chris Cornell with signature ES-335 reissue

Gibson has announced a reissue of the signature Chris Cornell ES-335, aimed at celebrating the life of the famed rock frontman.

IK Multimedia launches Axe I/O, a quality guitar audio interface at a price anyone can afford

The new IK Multimedia Axe I/O guitar interface features 2 inputs, 5 outputs, tone shaping and many more awesome features for guitarists.

Korg drops 3 brand new synths a week out from NAMM 2019

Just over one week ahead of NAMM, Korg has unveiled the new Korg Minilogue XD, which was teased late 2018. It also revealed new members of its Volca lineup.

NAMM 2019: Martin updates Junior line and new road-series guitars

Martin recently announced updates to its Dreadnought Junior Series and Road Series, and new slope-shoulder guitars which will all be introduced at NAMM 2019.

The new Strymon Volante Magnetic Echo Machine is all the delay pedal you need

The new Strymon Volante Magnetic Echo Machine pedal features a multitude of effects such as three delay types and a low-cut filter.

IK Multimedia is back with the iKlip 3 series tablet mounts for mic stands

IK Multimedia released 2 new tablet mounts, including the iKlip 3, iKlip 3 Video and iKlip 3 Deluxe to the public, truly offering something for everyone.

The Seymour Duncan Jupiter is a new Wes Hauch signature rails-type pickup

Seymour Duncan has announced the new Jupiter pickups for 7 string guitars, which came at the request of Wes Hauch, guitarist of The Faceless.

Eventide SP2016 Reverb review: A blast from the past, now conveniently in your DAW

Eventide turned the pro audio industry on its head in 1982 with the Eventide SP2016 reverb unit. Now, 36 years later, they redesigned it for your DAW.

The Dreadbox Hypnosis is here to fill the ’80s time-based effects void in your life

Dreadbox announced the Dreadbod Hypnosis, a new vintage-looking and sounding effects unit in December. It will begin shipping as early as summer of 2019.

Warm Audio announces WA-251 tube condenser microphone, coming in February

Warm Audio has announced the new Warm Audio WA-251, which is a redesign of the original Telefunken Ela M 251, with a modern twist.

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