NAMM 2017: Antelope introducing 'disruptive' interface technology
The manufacturer will also host a series of discussions with some of its distinguished users over the course of the event.
At the NAMM Show this year, Antelope Audio – whose products have been nominated for seven Technical Excellence & Creativity (TEC) Awards across multiple categories – is launching a new recording interface that the company predicts will become a 'disruptive technology' in the professional recording market.
The manufacturer will also host a series of discussions with distinguished Antelope users at its booth over the course of the event.
Antelope's confirmed guests include producer Greg Wells (Katy Perry, Pink); film score composer Thor Laewe (The Foreigner, The Makeover) and mix engineer Brian Vibberts (Aerosmith, The Black Crowes). Topics discussed will cover how the use of Antelope's products – such as its FPGA-based FX, interfaces and clocks – have contributed to each of their working processes.
In addition, as in prior years, the Antelope Audio booth will feature musical performances from a variety of different artists in multiple genres: Christoper Bolte is an up-and-coming German jazz artist/bassist producer and composer; guitarist Pritesh Walia is currently a Berklee College of Music student and finalist in London's Guitar Idol television program and Dory Lobel is an LA-based composer/guitarist/producer who in addition to performing and recording with top talent also plays guitar in the house band for NBC's Emmy Award-winning show, The Voice.
Each performance will be followed by an informal and brief Q&A session with an Antelope representative, who will discuss specific equipment choices, as well as technical settings and associated signal chains.