Jimmy Byrne

Jimmy Byrne is a music producer, audio engineer, and musician living in Chicago, IL. 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. 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 Moog Model 10 is back in production after nearly 50 years

In a move that most would file under "unthinkable," Moog decided to recreate the Model 10 synthesizer in all of its original specs after almost 50 years.

TC Electronic teases work on a TC2290 stompbox and a TonePrint pedalboard

TC Electronic dropped major hints via Facebook possibly announcing a TC2290 stompbox, and a TonePrints Pedalboard, two units everybody has been asking for.

ZVEX introduces see-through overdrive pedal, the Box of Rock Clear

The new Box of Rock Clear from Minneapolis effects giants ZVEX brings a limited edition see-through model of its highly sought-after pedal.

The Genelec Ones series is being expanded with two new monitors and a subwoofer

Genelec has come forward with the announcement of three new additions to its "Ones" series, including two studio monitors, and one new subwoofer.

Antares Auto-Tune Artist replaces ‘Live’ with updated real-time processing power

Auto-Tune Artist is here to serve as a replacement for Auto-Tune Live, offering real-time processing speeds that are faster than ever.

Propellerhead rebrands to Reason Studios and launches the highly-anticipated Reason 11

The highly anticipated Reason 11 is now out with some new features, and its designers at Propellerhead is planning to change the company name around it.

TC Electronic launches an updated “Hall of Fame 2 X4” reverb pedal

TC Electronic unleashed an upgraded version of its Hall of Fame 2 reverb pedal, called the TC Electronic Hall of Fame 2 x4.

Behringer surprises everyone with the Behringer K-2, an MS-20 clone

Behringer broke waves today by announcing the K-2, a clone of the MS20 synthesizer, the popular monosynth made famous by Korg in 1978.

The TC Electronic Finalizer is a new all-in-one mastering app

In an all new app from TC Electronic called "Finalizer," you get a whole new way to master your tracks all in one convenient spot.

Waves is slashing prices on CLA series compressors this weekend

In an all new "Weekend Sale" appropriately running through this weekend only, Waves is bringing major price cuts to its line of CLA compressors

Strandberg launches a line of Boden Metal Sarah Longfield guitars

Metal guitarist Sarah Longfield worked with Strandberg Guitars on a breathtaking new line of guitars in six, seven, or eight string formats.

Behringer teases a possible LinDrum clone design in a new video

In a new video posted to the Behringer YouTube channel, a representative from Behringer teases a potential LinnDrum clone in the works.