Hey, welcome back to Filter!
Obviously we didn’t do too bad a job on our first issue, as you are back in for more. We had some great, positive feedback to our
first issue and hope we can continue to make this publication a valuable resource to all who read it. As mentioned in issue one, it would
be truly excellent to get some feedback on the topics and articles. We will consider publishing letters we receive and any suggestions
for content will be taken on board.
If you use any of the products supplied by GT, and would like to be included in any of the profiles, or Filter articles, please do not
hesitate to contact us via email ()
and we will see if we can fit you in. Alternatively, if you see any great
installs or articles in other media on GTs product range, send ‘em on in. Other Filter readers may be interested in checking them
RCF and Nexo tend to dominate this issue of Filter; mainly due to the fact both brands are doing extremely well in Australia (and the
world over) at present. We have seen production companies embracing Nexo with a passion. Check out the pictures below of GeoT at Groove
Armada’s Metro show in Melbourne recently. This was another great sounding gig, proving the point that GeoT has really arrived in
Australia, and then some.
Italy’s RCF have been busy of late, releasing a stack of new stuff – with more to come. It is excellent to see them back
on their own and moving on from the whole Mackie experience. Expect to see many more great products from RCF entering the audio market,
and in coming issues of Filter we will provide you with a bit of the their amazing history.
Finally… better late than never, we have a picture of Cat Strom, our third iPod winner. We missed this photo in the first issue,
so we thought we should throw it in. Happy iPodding Cat… is there such a word?
Lights, Camera, Nexo. What a show!
Drew Menard (JAS), enjoying GeoT at the Metro
Our third iPod winner, the incredible Cat Strom from Pro Sound Asia
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