Seen on the Scene: NAMM 2015 - Part 2

The Pro Sound News team was all over this year's NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. Here's some of what was seen on the scene, all captured by Recording/Post/Broadcast editor Steve Harvey.
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The Pro Sound News team was all over this year's NAMM Show in Anaheim, CA. Here's some of what was seen on the scene, all captured by Recording/Post/Broadcast editor Steve Harvey.

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The view at the Allen & Heath booth, centered around the new Qu-Pac ultra compact digital mixer.

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Audix's Cliff Castle (left) and Chris Denogean.

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The massive Club of the Knobs synth at the Avalon booth.

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Producer Butch Vig discussed his collaboration with Waves to create the Waves Butch Vig Vocals Plug-In, basing it on his work with such artists as Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins.

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Pop artist Chesney Hawkes (left) and Sennheiser's Greg Beebe discuss the new D1 wireless microphone.

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TC Electronic's Thomas Valter (left) and Kevin Alexander.

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Universal Audio founder/CEO Bill Putnam Jr. discusses company's history.

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The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus was once again on hand at NAMM; here, the bus' executive director Brian Rothschild discusses the educational mission of the wide-ranging vehicle.

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George Clinton wowed the crowds during a free concert at the close of Friday.

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Clinton brought out all the classic Parliament/Funkadelic hits for the show.

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Keeping things hopping during the concert, Clinton brought out numerous guest musicians, including guitarist Brandon Niederauer.

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Niederauer quickly proved he could hold his own playing with P-Funk.