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Well-known names to return to NAMM’s ACC North

Well-known names to return to NAMM’s ACC North

Well-known names to return to NAMM’s ACC North

Tens of thousands of visitors from around the world are set to pour into the Anaheim Convention Center exhibit halls between January 25–28 in Anaheim, California for NAMM 2024.

Among the brands in ACC North include d&b audiotechnik, DiGiCo, Adamson Systems Engineering, EAW, Meyer Sound, Solid State Logic, Audinate, Blackmagic Design, Genelec, Avid, QSC, Sennheiser, Alcons Audio, RCF, Electro-Voice, DPA Microphones, Waves, Shure, Sony, Mackie, PMC, Allen & Heath, FBT and a range of brands from Music Tribe, including Midas.

“The professional audio community is an essential ingredient of what makes The NAMM Show so special, and we are beyond excited to welcome everybody to Anaheim in January,” said John Mlynczak, NAMM president and CEO. “The strength of the two ACC North halls really drives home how hard the pro audio community has worked to turn the challenges of recent years into a triumph for the whole industry. In January, we’re going to commend that with a phenomenal NAMM Show.”

Outside the exhibit hall, NAMM members can book into official Dante training by Audinate with sessions taking place on 25­–27 January. Four special pro production seminars will fill room 204A on 26 January. ESTA will present seminars and training opportunities on lighting technology, electrical, rigging and safety across all four days of the show, while the Event Safety Alliance will offer sessions for production professionals between Thursday and Saturday. Meanwhile, TEC Tracks sessions will feature four busy days of sessions in recording, live sound and music business.

With the 2024 Parnelli Awards set to honour live production legends Buford Jones, Carol Dodds and Jim Brammer on 26 January, the TEC Awards will recognise the best in new technology the following day.

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