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TransAudio Group Announces Musikmesse Showcase

Show attendees can meet Brad Lunde, Mark Hornsby, David Bock and Geoff Daking and see all the latest gear.

TransAudio Group has announced they will showcase the latest gear from Chameleon Labs, BOCK Audio, and Daking at Musikmesse in Frankfurt.

TransAudio Group president Brad Lunde will be joined by producer/engineer Mark Hornsby, BOCK inventor David Bock, and Daking creator Geoff Daking.

“Musikmesse is the largest music products fair in the world, and we’re happy to have the opportunity to share some exciting new products with knowledgeable users in a personal, face-to-face setting,” said Lunde.

“With Mark, David and Geoff at the booth, there will be a serious level of expertise and an air of levity that will be very useful to anyone with an interest in pro audio. Plus, it will be a lot of fun!”

Against the backdrop of its now-sizable catalog, TransAudio Group will highlight four new products at Musikmesse:

The Chameleon Labs TS-1 MKII small diaphragm tube condenser microphone that combines a unique, high-end topology with a very competitive price; the BOCK 241 large diaphragm studio tube condenser representing an economical alternative to the BOCK 251; and two new Daking offerings – the dual-channel FET3 compressor and the Mic Pre 500 – both continue the Daking tradition of creating analog processing in useful, situation-specific packages.

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