Novation, Native Instruments and Focusrite are truly three colossi of the music production world and, had they a slightly longer history, it’s nearly certain that Amenhotep III would have immortalised them at Thebes instead.
That said, they weren’t around then, but they are present in many, many, many studios and rigs around the world. From DJing with Traktor, triggering samples and loops with a Launchpad S, recording multi-miked band recordings with a Scarlett 18i20, producing beats and loops with Maschine, designing mammoth analogue sounds with a Bass Station II and mixing with a Control 2802, Native Instruments, Novation and Focusrite have you covered (much like us) from performance to playback.
Wouldn’t it be great to spend some time with these great music-making products with the people that made them? Yes, of course it would!
At Red Dog Music London on Saturday 9th November, Native Instruments and Novation will be on hand, ready for you to grill them with all your questions!
Not sure about the differences between Maschine and Maschine Studio? NI’s Owain Wilson will present Maschine Studio at 3.30pm.
Want advice on the best combination of Novation Launch products for your Ableton Live or FL Studio production rig? Novation’s Chris Calcutt will be in-store all day demonstrating the entire Launch family.
Novation are also giving away (via a 3 on-the-day prize draws) the brand new Launchkey Mini, Launchpad Mini and a Launch Control.
Red Dog Music is the UK’s friendliest musical instrument and pro-audio dealer. Between our 5000 square foot Edinburgh shop filled with an incredible range of products, and a London showroom in Clapham specialising in high-end instruments, dj and pro-audio, Red Dog Music has you covered from north to south and from performance to playback.
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