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Hello New Gear – February 2024

Hello New Gear – February 2024

Whether it’s groundbreaking innovations or reimagined classics with meticulous enhancements, music brands continue to push the boundaries of creativity! And in February, we’re excited to present you with a plethora of cutting-edge music equipment. From revered hall and delay effects to top-of-the-line speakers, headphones, and mighty effect pedals, there’s something here for every music enthusiast. Let’s dive in and explore this month edition of Hello New Gear! 🤘

tc electronic 2290 P Dynamic Delay Pedal

The tc electronic 2290 P Dynamic Delay Pedal is a true homage to the iconic 2290 Dynamic Digital Delay of 1986, still revered in studios and guitar setups worldwide. Offering 128 presets, 3 footswitches, a specialized ‘Learn’ tap tempo with sub-divisions, and Feedback Path FX Insert, this pedal faithfully recreates the original’s magic in a compact format perfect for both stage and studio. Experience its capabilities firsthand in the video below.

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EV Everse 12

Looking for more bass, power, and battery life? Enter the Electro-Voice Everse 12 – the ultimate battery-powered full-range speaker. Boasting 400W peak power, a maximum SPL of 126 dB, and over 6 hours of full-throttle battery life (or over 12 hours at 100 dB SPL), it’s your go-to for any event, rain or shine. With a frequency response from 45 to 20,000 Hz, Bluetooth connectivity, and a digital mixer, this 14.2 kg powerhouse delivers unmatched performance.

Mooer Prime P2 Multi-Effects BL

Meet the Mooer Prime P2 Multi-Effects BL – a guitar multi-effects loader with an integrated audio interface. Utilizing Mooer’s cutting-edge MNRS sampling technology, it offers 52 amp models, 25 cab sim models, and 57 classic and experimental effect models at your fingertips. Supporting third-party IR files, featuring an 80-second looper, 56 syncable drum machine patterns, a metronome, and a tuner, alongside Bluetooth 5.0 and an integrated battery with up to 5 hours of runtime per charge, it’s the ultimate tool for guitarists. Dive deeper into its features in the video below.

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SSL Harrison x SSL Compressor Bdl.

Following Solid State Logic’s acquisition of Harrison last year, the collaboration between the two companies has resulted in an impressive bundle featuring the Harrison Consoles 32 Bus and Multiband Compressor, alongside the SSL Fusion HF Compressor and LMC+. This software package allows you to bring the signature sound of these studio legends directly into your DAW via download. Dive into the comprehensive tutorial video below for an in-depth look at these powerful plugins.

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Boss VE-22 Vocal Performer

Take your vocal performances to the next level with the Boss VE-22 Vocal Performer, Boss’s latest multi-effect vocal processor! With classic effects like compressor, EQ, delay, echo, reverb, as well as innovative options like lo-fi, distortion, radio, or ring modulation, you can enhance and manipulate your voice in creative ways. Features such as pitch correction, vocal harmony, and voice doubler are also included. The intuitive interface and vibrant color LCD make operation a breeze. Explore its capabilities in the video below.

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MOTU 828 (2024)

Introducing the 2024 edition of the beloved MOTU 828 audio interface! This USB 3.1 audio interface with USB-C connectivity boasts 24-bit resolution and supports sampling rates of up to 192 kHz. It features a DSP-controlled digital mixer with 24 inputs, 8 stereo buses, and built-in DSP effects (reverb, 4-band EQ, gate & compressor), as well as 48V phantom power, -20 dB pad, phase inversion, remote control, and dedicated inserts per microphone input. For more detailed information, head to our product page!

 

Sennheiser HD-490 PRO und HD-490 PRO Plus

Presenting the latest addition to Sennheiser’s lineup: the HD-490 PRO studio reference headphones. Designed for professional use, these wired, over-ear, open-back headphones deliver an impressive frequency range of 5 to 36,100 Hz and an impedance of 130 ohms. With a sensitivity rating of 128 dB SPL and a distortion factor of <0.2%, they ensure accurate and detailed sound reproduction. Included in the package are a 1.8m detachable cable, a mini-jack to jack adapter, 2 pairs of earpads, a convenient carrying pouch, and a download code for the dearVR MIX-SE software. The Plus version also includes a 3m cable, an additional headband pad, and a premium transport case for added convenience and protection.

EarthQuaker Devices Blumes Low Signal Shredder

Enter the EarthQuaker Devices Blumes Low Signal Shredder, a bass overdrive pedal that takes inspiration from the modified Plumes circuit but offers twice the gain. This yellow-hued effect pedal features a fully analog signal path and true bypass switching. It provides three distinct clipping options: symmetric LED, asymmetric silicon, and diodeless boost via OpAmp. Crafted robustly in a metal housing and proudly Made in the USA, it promises to deliver powerful and versatile bass tones. Explore its sonic capabilities in the detailed video below.

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Behringer Spring Reverberation 636

Meet the Behringer Spring Reverberation 636, an analog spring reverb that faithfully recreates the vintage Grampian 636. Originally popularized in the 1960s and sought after for its distinctive sound, the Grampian 636 is now only available at astronomical prices. However, the Behringer Spring Reverberation 636 offers an affordable alternative without compromising on authenticity. Designed for the Eurorack format but capable of standalone operation, this reverb unit features a user-friendly interface reminiscent of the original. Experience its true-to-life spring reverb sound in the immersive video demonstration below.

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Rode NT1 Signature Mikrofone

Now, it’s time to add some color to your studio! The Rode NT1 has long been a classic among large-diaphragm condenser microphones. With its cardioid pickup pattern, it’s versatile for vocals and instrument recording. And for those who find black or silver a bit dull, you can now choose from five vibrant colors: green, blue, red, pink, and purple, adding a splash of color to your studio setup. As always, the Signature Edition comes complete with the SM6 microphone mount with integrated pop shield, a 6-meter XLR cable, and a carry pouch.

Stone Deaf Rise & Shine

This beautifully designed effects pedal for electric guitar combines a classic Octave Up Fuzz with Dynamic Octapulse Tremolo. The Stone Deaf Rise & Shine offers modes such as Standard, Momentary Octave, Momentary Bypass, Standard Division, and Custom Division, delivering a unique vintage sound paired with modern technology. You can individually bypass the effects and octave, putting your sound at the forefront. Curious about its sound? Check out the video below:

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New Gear at Thomann: what do you think?

Which of the featured equipment caught your eye? Let us know in the comments!

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Lawrence started playing the electric guitar because of his passion for rock music. Back in the day he played in a metal band, but now plays more for himself.

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