North London's trendy Nambucca venue recently played host to a unique day of eclectic live music. A mix of established acts, newly-signed artists, and emerging talent descended on the Holloway Road venue to get their live sets filmed in 4k, and recorded for broadcast, using DiGiGrid IOX units.
DiGiGrid continues its focus on the I/O market with the launch of its new Desktop series, launched yesterday on the eve of Winter NAMM 2016.
TAPE London is a multi-purpose facility nestled within London's Mayfair district, and was inspired by two-time Grammy Award-winner, Dallas Austin, who has worked with artists such as Madonna and Rihanna. Creating a unique audience and artist experience, it combines a 270-capacity venue (Tape Live) with first class recording facilities (Tape Studio).
Its launch at NAMM as a collaboration between Waves and Digico caused one of the biggest stirs in the DAW world for some time. MICK OLESH, senior vice president of Waves, sheds light on DigiGrid [...]
In this video from the NAMM 2013 press conference, iconic producer/engineer Jack Joseph Puig introduces DiGiGrid with its various benefits and capabilities.