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Summer NAMM is an interesting show from a music-technology perspective, because there are so many smaller, boutique pro-audio brands in attendance. With Nashville’s vibrant recording-studio scene, this is a perfect location for them to show off their latest gear to the recording engineers and producers the products are made for.

But it’s not just smaller brands at the show – big-hitters such as Casio and Eventide were also in attendance and launching new gear. Here’s our round-up of the best gear of the

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