Gravity is the new Adam Hall Group brand for stands that comprises products for all stage and studio needs. Designed and engineered in Germany, this new brand was launched in 2015 after more than two years of research and development. They feature powder-coated metal with double-injection-molded ABS plastic, die-cast zinc components, and soft touch rubber-coated clamps and knobs. The brand specific multi-colored “G-Rings” are designed to add style, as well as convenience.
Erikson Audio, a JAM Industries company, has announced it is now the Canadian distributor for Warm Audio, which manufacturers studio gear such as microphones, mic pres, compressors, and more.
“We are very happy to be adding Warm Audio to the Erikson Audio catalogue,” Erikson Audio’s Jeff Carman, Sr. VP at JAM Industries. “The lineup of professional analog recording gear – at unheard of prices – is a perfect complement to our existing line-card. Warm is an up-and-coming brand, and we are excited to bring that growth to the Canadian market.”
Teye Guitars of Nashville is excited to announce that their full line of premium hand built guitars will now be represented across Canada by Grant Ivens at Say What! Music in Markham, ON.
This new alliance between Teye Guitars and Say What! Music will focus on bringing these made-in-USA” instruments to the premium Canadian guitar market.
As of February 2017, B&J Music, a JAM Industries company, has been named the new Canadian distributor of Roli Blocks as well as all other Roli products, including the flagship Seaboard GRAND continuous touch keyboard-like instrument.
David McAllister, VP of B&J Music, tells Canadian Music Trade, “Roli have emerged at the forefront of where music creation is headed. With the invention of the Seaboard, Rise, and now Blocks, this is music products innovation at its purest. We are thrilled to represent this new, great company with its limitless potential. The future is bright indeed.”
Alvarez has teamed with SFM to oversee distribution in Canada.
“We’re thrilled to be working with SFM,” says Chris Meikle, Head of Development at Alvarez and Senior Vice President of St. Louis Music. “Canada is a really important market for Alvarez and we’re very happy to be working work with one the country’s leading MI Distributors. SFM have a great track record in the distribution and brand building of acoustic guitars and will do a fantastic job with Alvarez ”
Founded in Grenoble, France, in 1999, Arturia specializes in the development of music software and hardware for professional and amateur musicians. Steve Knowles, the recently-annnounced VP of Korg Canada and Erikson Music, adds “We are very excited to partner and add a premium brand such as Arturia to our lineup. Their passion along with our expertise and knowledge lines up well for success in the Canadian MI market.”