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Sakis Gouzonis: Links

Music Social Networks

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Music social networks that are online and currently used:

Sakis Gouzonis PureVolume Profile

Rank: #1 Greek Top Artist
Audience: 153.000+ fans/friends

 

Music social networks that are no longer online or no longer used:

Sakis Gouzonis MySpace Page

Rank: #1 Greek Top Artist
Audience: 384.710 fans/friends

Classic MySpace.com was shut down by its owners on 12 June 2013.
Sakis Gouzonis used MySpace from 17 October 2007 to 11 June 2013.

 

Sakis Gouzonis iSound Artist Site

Rank: #1 Greek Top Artist
Audience: 5.346 fans/friends

iSound.com was shut down by its owner on 19 July 2012.
Sakis Gouzonis used iSound from 5 October 2008 to 18 July 2012.

 

Sakis Gouzonis IMRadio Profile

Rank: #1 Greek & International Top Artist
Audience: 2.230 fans/friends

IMRadio.com/SakisGouzonis was deleted by Sakis Gouzonis on 18 November 2013.
Sakis Gouzonis used IMRadio from 13 December 2008 to 17 November 2013.

Latest Update: 27 September 2014


Music Equipment Websites

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If you are an electronic musician, here is a list of music equipment websites that you may find useful.

 

Manufacturers

Ableton - A German company that makes software and hardware for creating music.

Adam - A loudspeaker manufacturing company based in Berlin, Germany.

Akai - A consumer electronics brand located in Singapore.

AKG - An Austrian manufacturer of audio electronics and accessories.

Alesis - A digital audio company based in Cumberland, Rhode Island.

Apogee Electronics - A US based digital audio company.

Arturia - A developer of music software and hardware located in Grenoble, France.

Avid - An American company specializing in video and audio production technology.

B&W - A British loudspeaker company.

Behringer - An audio equipment company based in Monaco.

Beyerdynamic - A German audio equipment manufacturer.

Cakewalk - An American developer of digital audio workstations and virtual instruments.

Casio - A multinational electronic devices manufacturing company located in Tokyo, Japan.

Crown - A manufacturer of audio electronics based in Indiana, USA.

Dynacord - A German digital audio company.

E-MU - A digital audio company located in California, USA.

EV - A US manufacturer of audio equipment.

Genelec - A manufacturer of active loudspeaker systems based in Iisalmi, Finland.

IK Multimedia - A computer music technology company located in Modena, Italy.

Image Line - A Belgian music software company.

iZotope - An audio technology company based in Massachusetts, USA.

JBL - An American audio electronics company.

Kawai - A Japanese musical equipment manufacturing company.

Korg - A Japanese multinational corporation that manufactures electronic musical equipment.

Kurzweil - A manufacturer of electronic musical instruments located in California, USA.

Lexicon - A US based digital audio company.

Line 6 - A manufacturer of electronic equipment based in California, USA.

M-Audio - A designer and importer of a variety of audio products located in California, USA.

Mackie - A brand of the US based company Loud Technologies -a pro audio company.

Magix - A provider of digital content for multimedia communications based in Berlin, Germany.

Martin - A manufacturer of lighting solutions headquartered in Aarhus, Denmark.

Moog Music - An American manufacturer of electronic musical instruments.

Motu - A music-related computer software and hardware supplier located in Cambridge, UK.

Native Instruments - A German manufacturer of music software and hardware.

Neumann - A manufacturer of professional recording microphones based in Berlin, Germany.

Notation Software - A developer of music notation software located in Washington, USA.

Open Labs - A developer of customized, computer music keyboards based in Texas, USA.

Phonic - A Taiwan based professional audio equipment manufacturer.

Proel - An Italian audio, video, and lighting systems manufacturer.

Propellerhead - A music software company located in Stockholm, Sweden.

Rode Microphones - An Australian manufacturer of microphones and related accessories.

Roland - A Japanese manufacturer of electronic musical equipment.

Sennheiser - A German manufacturer of microphones, headphones, etc.

Shure - A consumer and professional audio electronics corporation based in Illinois, USA.

Sibelius - A music software company located in London, England.

Sony Creative Software - A subsidiary of Sony, focused on their line of media production software.

Soundcraft - A British manufacturer of mixing consoles and other professional audio equipment.

Spectrasonics - A music software company based in California, USA.

Steinberg - A German musical software and equipment company.

Tannoy - An English manufacturer of loudspeakers and public-address (PA) systems.

Tascam - A professional audio division of Teac Corporation headquartered in California, USA.

TC Electronic - A Danish audio equipment manufacturer.

Yamaha - A multinational corporation and conglomerate located in Japan.

 

Trade Shows

Musikmesse - A music fair held at the Frankfurt Trade Fair in Frankfurt am Main, Germany.

NAMM - A trade show held at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California, USA.

 

Stores

GigaSonic - A music equipment store in San Jose, California, USA.

Music Store - A music equipment store in the center of Cologne, Germany.

Musician's Friend - A music equipment store in Medford, Oregon, USA.

Thomann - A music equipment store in Treppendorf (near Bamberg), Germany.

Latest Update: 5 September 2014


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