Canadian Music Trade - August/September 2017 - Page 40

PRODUCT NEWS Traynor TVM15 Portable Guitar Amplifier Yorkville Sound is now shipping the battery-powered Traynor TVM15 amp. Ideal for rehearsals or street corner concerts, the 15-W Traynor TVM15’s three-channel design allows for quick connection to any microphone, instrument, and media player. Individual volume controls on each input makes the battery-powered TVM15 a complete, ultra-compact PA system solution. Channel one is ideal for vocals with an XLR/TRS combi-jack input and independent tone control. A 1/4-in. input on channel two handles any instrument source, including acoustic guitars, electric guitars, or keyboards. An additional RCA auxiliary input allows quick connection to any additional audio device. The TVM15’s wedge monitor shape projects to an intimate audience from ground level. For more information, contact Yorkville Sound: 905- 837-8777, FAX 905-839-5776, canada@yorkville.com, www.yorkville.com. Hal Leonard Managing Your Band - Artist Management: The Ultimate Responsibility Hal Leonard has released the sixth edition of Managing Your Band - Artist Management: The Ultimate Responsibil- ity, written by Stephen Marcone and David Philp. In it, the authors help DIY musicians and personal managers to best understand the music business in all its forms, including managing the artist’s brand for concerts, licensing, festivals, merchandising, and fashion. The sixth edition of Managing Your Band is meant to provide a flexible blueprint for building a successful career in music. This step-by-step guide will help readers understand record company structures, contracts, the various intermediaries involved, touring, social media marketing, and more. For more information, contact Hal Leonard: 414-774- 3630, FAX 414-774-3259, sales@halleonard.com, www.halleonard.com. Reloop Concorde Vibe Turntable Cartridge Reloop has partnered with Ortofon to release the Concorde Vibe, the fourth DJ turntable cartridge in the Concorde series. The Concorde Vibe is made specifically for heavy duty applications in a club environment. It is focused on achiev- ing the highest possible sound quality from DJs’ records. The use of an elliptical stylus allows for maximum contact with the record groove, resulting in rich and detailed sound reproduction. The high output level and flat frequency response make this cartridge ideal for club and studio use. Other features include direct SME mounting, an ideal sampling rate, and a frequency range of 20 Hz-22 kHz. For more information, contact Erikson Audio: 514-457- 2555, FAX 514-457-0055, info@eriksonaudio.com, www.eriksonaudio.com. 40 CANADIAN MUSIC TRADE