Novation Focus On Luggage

US New range of nifty luggage spotted for X-Station and ReMOTE range      16/11/04

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Since the Focusrite acquisition of Novation three months ago, there has been a lot of behind the scenes action. The first and most obvious thing they did was to make price reductions on Novation models across the board – we like that of course! Secondly, the combined R+D team have been working on OS tweaks for all of the models including the KS range, with work being done on the V and Bass Station plugs. There’s also rumours of more products to come, but Mum’s the word. Being certified luggage freaks, we couldn’t help but notice some rather fetching luggage at this years Music Live! In Birmingham. In the form of a padded gigbag. The new bags feature wealth of pockets to hold your trusty RemoTe or X-Station as well as plenty of room for the laptop and associated bits and bobs. For those who share my passion for padded luggage, I’ve included a picture from my private collection.

Rob models the off-the-shoulder look
Pricing is expected to be as follows:
  • 2-octave bag £39.95
  • 4-octave bag £49.95
  • 5-octave bag £59.95 For more information on the latest Novation products:
  • http://www.novationmusic.com
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