Antelope Audio's Zen Tour, Orion Studio and Goliath Turn the
Page on Traditional FX Plug-Ins, with Superior Built-In FPGA Vintage Product
Nashville, June 22,
2016 â€“ Leading pro audio gear manufacturer Antelope Audio will be showcasing its
innovative Thunderboltâ„¢ interfaces at Summer NAMM, June 23 to 25
at Nashville's Music City Center, booth 343. These interfaces, including Zen
Tour, Orion Studio and Goliath, each feature a powerful integrated FPGA engine
that drives several on-board vintage amplifier and hardware-powered simulations.
Antelope Audio's Marcel James, Director of Sales for the U.S., will be on hand
to demonstrate the interfaces, which are ideal for
Also present will be
guitarist Todd Lombardo, who demonstrate Antelope's new digital simulations
while performing at the booth. Lombardo's credits include studio performances
with Lady Antebellum, Zac Brown Band, J.D. Souther and many others.
Antelope Audioâ€™s FPGA
modeling engine technology allows users to process their audio with the speed
and musicality of real hardware, while leveraging the speed and routing
flexibility of digital effects.
"Until now, Guitarists
have been vastly underserved with other guitar-based simulations on the market,"
commented Marcel James. "With Orion Studio, and the imminent launch of Zen Tour
and Goliath, Antelope is delivering the tonal flexibility and sonic authenticity
that guitarists deserve. We are anxious to recruit an entirely new user base of
guitarists at this year's Summer NAMM."
In addition to regularly
schedule demos of its Thunderboltâ„¢ interfaces, the Antelope booth will once
again feature guest appearances by VIP musicians and engineers, to be announced
on the first day of the show. Following Summer NAMM, Antelope will also offer
special discounts to its dealer community on select products. Dealers should
contact their local sales representatives for more details.