In spite of its reputation as a "guitar show," Summer NAMM in Nashville often sees some major keyboard releases. This year is no exception, as we've seen the muscular Korg Kronos X, the vastly improved yet still affordable new Privias from Casio, and more.
Well known Nashville producer and writer Fett
is our man on the scene, and in the videos below, he shows you the latest and greatest straight from the show floor. The player below will be updated through Saturday, July 14 with new videos, so check back more than once. If you can't see the player below, CLICK HERE
UPDATE Friday, July 13, 6:30 PM NAMM time: Five more videos added, featuring the Korg rep getting funky on the Kronos X, the Yamaha rep making us wave our glowsticks at the PSR-E433, our own Tom Brislin playing the Casio Privia PX-350, and an encounter with CME's built-like-a-tank MIDI controllers and wireless MIDI. (Videos are alphabetical by name of manufacturer involved. Use the up and down arrows to move to the next or previous bank of videos in the vertical thumbnail stack.)
UPDATE Friday, July 13, 11PM NAMM time: The incredible Feeltune Rhizome, a PC-based (though you wouldn't know to look at it) virtual instrument host and groove sequencer; Gator keyboard cases, Hammond SK2, cool Electro-Harmonix stompboxes for keyboards, PreSonus' high-end ADL-700 channel strip, and the ultimate standalone audio interface, the Prism Sound Orpheus.