Product & Industry News for the Week of July 26

Concert promoter Live Nation announced it will offer concert fans “$20 all-in tickets to nearly 1,000 shows this year” as part of its Return to Live promotion.

In a press release, the company said, “As Live Nation’s outdoor venues across the U.S. begin to open, the time is here to get outside and catch live music with friends, family and loved ones at over 40 Live Nation amphitheaters all across the country. For a limited time only next week [meaning the week of July 26], fans will have access to exclusive $20 tickets to participating Live Nation shows, including taxes and fees.”

Exclusive T-Mobile Presale begins Tues. July 27 at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT. $20 tickets available to general public starting Wed. July 28 at 12 p.m. ET/9 a.m. PT at

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Mackie will launch its latest speaker, called Thump Go, on Aug. 17. In a press release, the company said, “Thump Go is Mackie’s newest portable and easy-to-set-up loudspeaker that can turn anywhere into a stage.

This loudspeaker was built with Mackie’s legendary Thump Series legacy sound for a greater listening experience,” Mackie said. “Featuring a removable and rechargeable battery pack that allows up to 12 hours of use on a single charge and weighing in at only 17.6 pounds Thump Go was designed to be used in any and every situation. Now everyone can enjoy the state-of-the-art audio from its ultra-efficient Class-D amplifier, custom high-output 8-inch woofer, and 1-inch compression driver.”

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Ocean Way Audio has released its new Pro3 monitor, nicknamed “Fat Boy.” In a press release, the company said, “Despite its small size, the new two-way active monitor system is packed with innovation and features, and delivers a frequency response of 45Hz to 20kHz and 110 dB maximum SPL between channels. Its diminutive footprint makes it a perfect nearfield monitor for home, project and commercial recording studios, as well as in professional broadcast and post facilities where optimal performance is required and space is at a premium.”

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Hollywood Vocal Studios announces its new post-secondary school for vocalists, HSV Conservatory, with video auditions set to begin on Aug. 2.

In a press release, HVS said, HVS Conservatory seeks to fill a major gap in modern music education. There are a number of music schools across the East Coast that cater to classical techniques and musical theater performance, but none dedicated to the modern solo vocalist. Singers interested in honing their skills in the competitive recording industry currently have no blueprint to success, nor opportunities for group mentorship and instruction. HVS Conservatory aims to fill these gaps and has partnered with a number of esteemed recording industry professionals to bring a world-class music education to the epicenter of the business, Los Angeles.”

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