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PreSonus to Launch 'Something Unexpected'
PreSonus have announced today that they will be unveiling something new and unseen on the 29th August at 8pm GMT.
Sending a teaser that states if we think we know the whole story, we're wrong, PreSonus tell us that the new, unexpected 'something' is bringing friends, indicating multiple new products.
Speculation from PreSonus users ranges from a touchscreen mixer, a dedicated control surface and "something tasty that we can eat", through to "whatever it is, we know it's going to be good".
PreSonus accompanied the announcement on their blog with the tension-building video for Tom Waits' 'What's He Building?'.
Check back tomorrow for more information, or watch the live announcement stream over on PreSonus' video channel.
The PreSonus Roadshow is coming to Gear4music on 13th September. For more information, visit here.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 28 Aug 2013 09:05 to category : Instruments News
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