This namm was a very nice time and we want to say thank you to all the manufacturers and inventors that we met there for doing it. Paul and I recovered a bit and in between we could put together what we seen and heard about to give you an impression. I will upload this step by step hoping for your patience.
..na..? who is the ones on the pic? Send all four names in (as a comment) and you will win a free doepfer patch-cable and a DIY-LFO by analogue solutions if you are the first ten out of them – good luck !!
We were very glad to finally meet Mr. Tom Oberheim during NAMM 2010 in the lobby of his hotel. Tom gave us a very interesting history lesson on the beginnings of his business and a still existing cooperation and friendship with other californian inventors.
After introducing Tom to what we do over there in Berlin, he seems to be fine with going ahead keeping us as a junior partner for his sales and support relations into europe. We confirmed to be very happy helping him to go ahead selling only as many units as he is ready to finish in the garage and his kitchen together with his wife. And hopefully Tom will come over for a nice gathering at Musikmesse in 2011.
Roger Cordell alias Big city music had a smaller stand upstairs that was totally crowded with stuff from our friends from jomox, sherman, Eric Barbour, Eowave, the surfin step sequencer, the tetra sequencer, racks with analogue systems only, several mellotrones, a lot of stomp boxes and interesting small stuff. With all those manufacturers standing in front of their units it was totally crowded mostly but a bit lost in between all those software sellers next to them.
Here we met the symphatic young guys of WMD alias William Matthewson, Eric Barbour, many friends from europe and the inventor of the 4ms modules and pedals called Dann Green. Definitely we will go with them soon after such a symphatic chat we had there.
HerrSchulz und HerrSchneider join the NAMM show in south california and enjoy the weather. Please watch out for the news to follow now. ON three different booths three different shops are showing what they have: Analogue Haven, Noisebug and Big city music are the american shops competing each other. We visited all of them meeting all of our friends unfortunately in those different places apart from each other.
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