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It’s our last e-news for 2010 and a summer break is looming.
The first six months of 2011 look busy with our annual Big Day Off sale in January; the Oral History Association biennial conference April 2nd & 3rd followed by trips to MusikMesse in Frankfurt and NAB 2011 in Las Vegas. Rumours of another Pro Audio Showcase in July persist and we’ll have confirmation in early 2011. Of course there’s the Rugby World Cup not long after.
But first (take a deep breath), a time to relax and spend time with family and friends. Summer holidays are almost here.
While you’re relaxing you can still keep in touch with Sound Techniques so read on, click the links, ask us questions and keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for the latest breaking news on developments, new products, upgrades and developments here and abroad…
PS No images were harmed in the making of this e-news.
In this e-dition
Big Day Off Sale, 2011
Sound Techniques is now on Facebook
Wellington trip in December
Oral History NZ conference, Rotorua April 2nd -3rd 2011
Big Day Off Sale 2011, Weds Jan 19th to Fri Jan 21st
We have only one sale each year. Bargain hunters, here’s your chance.
Minimum 10% off everything in store with a shipment of ADAM Audio speakers due early January (no rain checks & only while stocks last).
We will place a pair of ADAM Audio A5 speakers on TradeMe on a $1 reserve
We have $100 off a Sound Devices USB Pre2 / Pro Tools 9 bundle
We have bought microphone stands, headphones and other stock especially for the sale.
Plus a bundle of old stock from Rycote, AKG, Bracket 1 and more to quit. If it’s gathering dust we want to sell it.
Full details will be emailed to e-news readers and be up on our website around Jan 12th 2011.
We’re now on Facebook
We’ve already tracked down a few old friends and discovered gems like the Women’s Audio Mission “a San Francisco based non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in music production and the recording arts.”
Stephen visited Wellington at the beginning of the month. He visited clients and held a mini product showcase of equipment such as the Sound Devices CL-9 mixer for the 788T recorder, the Sonosax SX-ES64 mixer and the new Sound Devices USB Pre 2 PC interface.
Sorry if he missed crossing paths with you and if he’s forgotten to answer your questions please remind him.
Nagra LB-S recorder
Development on alternative versions of the Nagra LB has been discontinued.
It became apparent that the machine cannot be made to function without the top circuit as it needs the additional processing power. Thus it would be very expensive for us to correct this which sort of defeats the object of making a cheaper version!
If you were waiting for the Nagra Audio LB 2-channel recorder option with timecode or without the top panel editing facility you should discuss other options such as the Sound Devices 702, 702T, or 722 recorders
Nagra 2-channel mic pre-amp
This is likely to be available in our autumn. More news on specific features in the New Year.
Oral History Conference 2011
2011 NOHANZ CONFERENCE: ORAL HISTORY IN THE 21st CENTURY will be held in Rotorua April 2nd and 3rd 2011
Earlybird registration at reduced rates is OPEN - To register now download Registration form
Sound Techniques expects to have a presence at the conference including probable participation in a digital recording workshop.
If you are interested in Oral History then you should attend.
We give thanks to: All our wonderful clients, resellers and suppliers especially Frank & Lynne Riddell, Crest Commercial Cleaners; Brian Laing, Narrow Road; Tony @ Courier Post; Andrea @ Crombie Lockwood; Martin Bailey & Mark Johnson @ McGregor Bailey; Wingnut Films; Attitude Pictures, Gabriel Muller; Haresh Bhana; Unitec School of Performing and Screen Arts, Victor Grbic and Sai Yin Leung; Mark Williams, Oaia Productions; Corporate Consumables; Eyeworks, Shaun Logan; NZ Film Academy; Chris Hiles; Nat Walker; TVNZ; Adam Dransfield; Wards MusicWorks; James Ritchie; 7 Days; The History Workshop; Whangarei Central Library, Tricia Cutforth & Gill Minogue; Production Sound Ltd, David Madigan.
Prices subject to change. Errors and omissions excluded