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TEENAGE EN­GI­NEER When we were 18, we were still work­ing on our synth pro­gram­ming skills. Hats off to Ja­cob Bras­hears, whow rocked up at the NAMM Show re­cently with the Relic-6, a pro­to­type of a new hard­ware em­u­la­tion of the Ober­heim OB-X JUST THE TONIC Now that Teenage En­gi­neer­ing’s PO-32 synth al­lows you to share sounds with Sonic Charge Mi­cro­tonic, we won­der what other hard­ware/plugin in­ter­ac­tions might be next. Mon­i­tors that can talk to your master bus, Om­ni­sphere con­trol­ling your toaster… SEE YOU AT THE BAR We’re still not to­tally sold on it, but the sup­port for it in Logic Pro 10.3 does sug­gest that Ap­ple’s Touch Bar could add some­thing to your DAW work­flow. It’ll be in­ter­est­ing to see what other soft­ware de­vel­op­ers choose to do with it. THE WON­DER YEARS Ev­ery year Ste­vie Won­der shows up at the NAMM Show, and ev­ery year we man­age to miss him. How is that? This time, he brought the aisles to a stand­still, per­form­ing

Tell Me Some­thing Good on Spec­tra­son­ics’ Keyscape, as ev­i­denced at bit.ly/2jSp­kJz. FLY­ING LOW? He may be feted in elec­tronic mu­sic cir­cles, but Fly­ing Lo­tus – aka Steven Ellison – was forced to deny mass walk­outs uts at the Sun­dance Film Fes­ti­val­val screen­ing of his gory moviee

Kuso. “I tried to warn folks,” he later Tweeted. US NO SHOW Ger­man artist Robert Hencke – AKA Mono­lake – re­cently an­nounced he’s can­celled all his up­com­ing US shows, say­ing: “I am not will­ing to ap­ply for a visa any­more, and I am not will­ing to pre­tend I am a tourist when com­ing for con­certs.”

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