Product & Industry News for the Week of July 19

Casio recently introduced the PX-S1100, the latest addition to its Privia PX-S series of digital pianos.

In a press release, the company said: “The PX-S1100 replaces the PX-S1000, which has become one of the top-selling digital pianos on the market today and earned its reputation for sound and features that punch far above its price class. The new model retains its stylish design in the world’s slimmest body while offering an inviting keyboard touch and stunningly realistic piano sound, making it the ideal instrument for the home, recording studio or stage.”

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Fender announces the September publication of a new book, Fender 75 Years by Dave Hunter. In a press release, the company said, “Authoritatively written and lavishly illustrated, Fender 75 Years (Motorbooks, Sept. 21, 2021) is the officially licensed anniversary celebration of the company and its legendary instruments.”

“Illustrated throughout with rare images from company archives, Fender 75 Years treats readers to rare behind-the- scenes views of the shop floor throughout the years, as well as studio imagery of the guitars, rare period advertising and brochures, and performance images of Fender players,” Fender said.

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Audix presents its DP7 professional drum microphone pack, which features seven of the company’s best-selling drum mics and accessories, packaged in a foam-lined aluminum road case. More information may be found online at:


Orange Amplification has launched its limited edition Glenn Hughes Signature Crush Bass 50. Its color is deep purple, not orange! Hughes was bassist and vocalist with the band Deep Purple for many years.

In a press release, the company said, “The Crush Bass 50 compact combo, inspired by Orange’s flagship AD200 and OB1 bass amplifiers, perfectly blends some of the most defining elements of each. It has the essentials of a recording amp and delivers warm, clean bass tones, vintage growl with fat low end and blendable overdrive.”

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PS Audio’s Octave Records label announces the release of its latest pure DSD high-resolution audio recording, The Complete Bach Cello Suites, performed by world-renowned cellist Zuill Bailey.

In a press release, PS Audio said: “Recorded and mixed in stereo and multichannel sound, the six unaccompanied cello suites are a cornerstone of the classical cello repertoire, and Bailey offers a compelling new interpretation of Bach’s masterworks informed by decades of immersion in the suites, and the personal and emotional impact Bailey felt from the pandemic.

“Bailey is widely considered to be one of the world’s premier cellists. He is a Grammy award-winning performer, artistic director, and teacher. Bailey has collaborated with such conductors and artists as Itzhak Perlman, Stanislav Skrowaczewski, Jaime Laredo, János Starker, the Moscow Chamber Orchestra and others,” the company said.

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