At the tail-end of the virtual NAMM 2021 conference, Apogee has a surprise new plugin. ECS Channel Strip, tuned by frequent collaborator Bob Clearmountain.
Namm 2021 certainly brought a lot of exciting new releases to the forefront. Among those, here are our top five picks from Believe in Music week.
Kirk Douglas, guitarist of The Roots, built a huge reputation as a performer over the years. Now, Gibson eyed him for a collaborative signature SG.
During NAMM 2021, Korg unveiled three brand new synthesizers planned for the year ahead. Including the ARP 2600 M, miniKORG 700FS, and modwave.
Marking the first major plugin release of the week, PreSonus unveiled five new analog-inspired plugins as part of its new Analog Effects series.
A company constistently known for its big NAMM lineup reveals, Ibanez, announced a full series of eight new electric models for the year ahead.
In its second collaboration with Robert Keeley, Supro unveiled the Keeley Custom 12 guitar amplifier. Designed to hold its tone whether clean or gritty.
Electro-Voice kicked off NAMM 2021 right, with the introduction of its Evolve 50M loudspeakers. A product which joins the ranks of EV's existing lineup.
With over 800 voices and styles, the DGX-670 digital piano from Yamaha rings in as the company's first surprise product of NAMM 2021.
Yamaha announced expansion models to its popular YC61 keyboard. Effectively creating the now YC series, with newly introduced YC73 and YC88 models.
Mackie entered NAMM 2021 with a bang, introducing its new Onyx Series Analog Mixers. Four mixers delivering a classic sound with a modern twist.
Mackie has taken the wraps off of three new SRT series loudspeakers, all of which support an 18-inch subwoofer option.