Vintage King Schedules Open House And Meet The Maker Event For Winter NAMM
Every January, the pro audio community descends upon a specified location to debut the latest and greatest gear that will be making an impact in the coming year. For 2016, the scene for the conference has been set in Anaheim, California, and we're getting into the action with a few unique events throughout the weekend.
Vintage King / Gearslutz NAMM Open House
During the last day of NAMM, Sunday, January 24th, we're inviting all of those attending the convention to come North to Vintage King Los Angeles to meet up with some of the leading manufacturers in pro audio and their latest gear, including Apogee Electronics, Aston Microphones, Manley Labs, Meris, Mojave Audio, Royer Labs, UnderTone Audio, Universal Audio, Soyuz Microphones and more. For those who haven't visited our store, this is also a chance to explore what makes our brick and mortar locations different from their typical pro audio counterparts. If you have visited our store before, take this opportunity to check out our recent improvements including a brand new critical listening room.
Would you like to attend our Open House?! Great! We're excited to have you visit Vintage King Los Angeles! All we need for you to do is click on the link below to use our sign-up form and you'll automatically be registered to attend the Vintage King / Gearslutz NAMM Open House. We'll see you on January 24, 2016, and until then, safe travels and have a Happy NAMM Weekend!
Meet The Maker Modular Synths Panel @ Winter NAMM 2016
Our Meet The Maker panel will include leading modular thinkers like Dieter Doepfer of Doepfer, Dan Green of 4MS, Gene Stopp of Moog Music, Tony Rolando of Make Noise, Brandon Ryan of Roland and William Mathewson of WMD. Attendees will learn about the technology and philosophies behind popular synths and will get preview of what is coming up next from a few of the top brands in the modular synth world.
In order to attend our Meet The Maker Modular Synths Panel @ Winter NAMM 2016, all you need to do is have your NAMM pass ready and make your way to room 202A before 4PM to reserve your spot. No sign-ups, just first come, first serve seating, to pick the minds behind some of the most out-of-this-world sounds on the planet.