Frankfurt, March 6, 2014 — Two of Europe’s most prominent electronic music producers and live performers, Robert Babicz and Dusty Kid will make a special appearance at Antelope Audio’s booth (hall 5.1, C60) at the Musikmesse 2014. The two gurus of electronic sound will share their experience and knowledge on creating, mixing, mastering and performing compelling music.
Robert Babicz and Dusty Kid will use an Antelope Audio setup of the 32-channel audio interface Orion, Eclipse384 Mastering AD/DA Converter and the renowned 10M Atomic Clock & Trinity Master Clock combo. The setup will be complimented with a Vintagetools summing box, API 500 series, a Teenage Engineering OP-1 synthesizer, an Oto Machines Biscuit distortion, and Eventide Space stomp box.
Robert Babicz’s demos are planned for Thursday, March 13, starting at 1:30 PM, 3:30 PM and 5:30 PM, the last to be followed by a live performance gig.
Dusty Kid is planned to appear on Friday, March 14 at 3:30 PM and 5:30 PM with a live gig after the end of the second demonstration.
Santa Monica, CA, April 3, 2013 – Antelope Audio’s Orion32 interface, the world’s first 32-channel AD/DA converter and audio master clock in a 1U rack, will be the company’s flagship at the upcoming Musikmesse in Frankfurt, April 10 – 13, 2013. Antelope team will demonstrate exclusively the new and upgraded features of the audio interface which had become a best-seller in only 3 months after its launch, at Hall 5.1, Stand C74.
The mixer, elegantly integrated within the control panel, provides extremely low latency mix and monitoring that can be distributed using the control panel, allowing it to be routed from any output of the Orion32. For example one can drag all 32 USB play channels to the “mix channels” and then the MIX L/R inputs to DAC 1 and 2, providing a stereo bus mix to DAC channels 1 and 2. The Zero Latency Mixer provides the basic functions of a real mixer such as: Solo, Mute, Pan, Volume Level controlled by faders and a Master Fader, so one can easily make a stereo mix.
Musikmesse in Frankfurt is the biggest event of its kind in the music industry and one of the most exciting. It was especially exciting for our new Antelope Audio team members about to visit it for the first time.
The city welcomed us on Monday with a pleasant, mild climate and clear skies. We took it as a positive sign for a successful show in the upcoming week. Having checked into the hotel, we headed for the van rental company, then straight on to Ikea to buy the furniture for our stand. (Looking around the Messe in the next few days proved that we weren’t the only ones that had this idea.)