Remember, remember, we’re now in November, and what a great time to be checking out some of our awesome new arrivals now in stock! We’re really excited to see the new Native Instruments Maschine & Komplete Kontrol range arrive on our doorstep this week and with them, come some price slashes on the previous range!
Also featured this month, for all you percussionists out there, we’ve extended our TAMA range with full drumsets and accessories. For the synth-heads, we’ve got 3 slick Arturia Minibrutes to share with you.
Let’s dive straight in…
NI – Now In!!
Maschine MK3 Link
With tons of new and exciting updates, the new MK3 gives you more creativity. 8GB of samples, coupled with presets and preloaded tracks will give you a multitude of ways to deconstruct and experiment with your music.
Native Instruments are clearly taking feedback from their community with the latest updates – the addition of touchstrips for extra sound manipulation, a now larger note repeat button for simpler live performances, and the innovative lock mode which allows you to play with as many parameters as you like, adding reverbs, delays and everything in between, and then returning right back to the start with the simple touch of a button. If you know… you know… that’s all we’ll say!
Komplete Kontrol MK2
Native Instruments add to their range of the Komplete Kontrol with the MK2 versions of the S49 and the S61. High resolution colour displays, pitch and mod wheels, seamless integration with your Komplete collection are just a few of the awesome updates from this super slick midi keyboard. You can tell by the look and feel of this new product that NI have spent time on the ergonomic design, making it much easier to navigate projects and bring you even closer to improvising and experimenting on-the-fly.
TAMA – GOTCHA
Mike Portnoy (former Dream Theatre), Charlie Banante (Anthrax) and Lars Ulrich (Metallica) are just a few of the signature artists repping TAMA in their drum set up. We’ve got loads of new kits, accessories & bags to explore.
The Spirit of the Djembe
In African folklore, the iconic djembe is said to be a combination of three spirits: the tree (from which the djembe was made), the animal (whose skin is used on the head), and the maker.
Keeping with the spirit, here are 3 fine djembe’s for you to check out, fresh in stock.
Small in size, LARGE in sound
The Arturia Minibrute Synthesizer does exactly what is says in the tin – extraordinarily portable while being able to deliver fat basslines, screaming leads, and sonic experiments – any time, any place.
Comfortable and stylish with a great battery life, Marshall Bluetooth Headphones are the perfect pair of everyday around the apartment headphones you are looking for… and wait till you hear how they sound.