VIDEO: One Man’s Adverture at the 2012 Frankfurt Musikmesse
By Andrea Pejrolo

   By Guest Contributor   Categories: Audio EquipmentAudio SoftwareConferences

Back in March I attended the Frankfurt Musikmesse. Beside having a wonderful time visiting Munich and other German attractions (and yes, including sampling some great food and beer!), I had the chance to witness first hand some of the newest products in digital audio production. iPad/iPhone software and hardware were definitely one of the hottest items at the show and there were several solutions and products that I found particularly interesting such as:

– Alesis IOMix (8 track, 4 Channel recorder mixer for iPad)
– Neyrinck V-Control Pro
– Sonoma Wireworks Studio Track, Four Track (for iPhone),  Guitar Tone Amp simulator
– RME Fireface UCX audio interface for iPad and Mac
– Blue Mic Sparkdigital for iPad

For the audio/production fans that couldn’t be there, I put together this video with the highlights from the Musikmesse 2012.

Enjoy and please send me feedback regarding your favorite products!


 Andrea Pejrolo is an assistant professor in the Contemporary Writing and Production department at Berklee College of Music and an associate professor at the New England Institute of Art. Andrea is a composer, producer, audio engineer and bassist. He is the author of Creative Sequencing Techniques for Music Production, 2e (2011) and Acoustic and MIDI Orchestration for the Contemporary Composer (2007) and has written several articles for music magazines in the US and abroad. He also created the iAcousticA Studio drum library, which is distributed by and available in Kontakt 2, EXS-24, Giga Studio, and Reason NN-XT formats.





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