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My 2020 Winter NAMM Show Report #3026407 01/28/20 08:52 PM
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For the benefit of anyone here who doesn't read the NAMM Show forum. Grab the PDF RIGHT HERE and feel free to discuss in the appropriate forums.

Re: My 2020 Winter NAMM Show Report [Re: Mike Rivers] #3026419 01/28/20 10:11 PM
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That is a great report, extensive, detailed and very clear.
Lots of fun stuffs!!!!

Thanks, Kuru


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Re: My 2020 Winter NAMM Show Report [Re: Mike Rivers] #3026809 01/30/20 09:36 PM
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You caught a couple of items that I missed. Thanks, Mike!


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Re: My 2020 Winter NAMM Show Report [Re: Dr Mike Metlay] #3026900 01/31/20 02:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Dr Mike Metlay
You caught a couple of items that I missed. Thanks, Mike!


You always catch some that I miss, too. In years gone by I probably would have written up the couple of keyboards and that controller with the couple of hundred buttons on it because they support MPE, but there are others, like you, for instance, who can make that point much better than I can since I don't use that sort of gear any more. Enjoy your freedom as an independent - at least as long as you can afford it. wink

I see a lot of things, too, that I don't put in my report, but most of those are products that came out during the previous year and have already been thoroughly reviewed in the magazines and on websites and forums. I try to spend some time with products that I would enjoy reviewing, but in truth, I have a harder time getting review units than I did ten years ago, because I'm not associated with a major media brand. And sometimes I walk right by a booth from a company that I know just because I don't recognize anything new there. And sometimes I see things that I find interesting but then discover that they've been around for a few years, though I might write about them in my report anyway because I see something unique or particularly clever there.

And sometimes I just get tired of writing.

Re: My 2020 Winter NAMM Show Report [Re: Mike Rivers] #3026963 01/31/20 10:41 PM
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Originally Posted by Mike Rivers
Enjoy your freedom as an independent - at least as long as you can afford it. wink

What I have learned over the past year is that I can no longer afford to not be an independent.


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