TRANSAUDIO GROUP INTRODUCES NEW DAKING MIC PRE ONE AT AES
the US distributor for Geoffrey
Daking & Co, Inc., announces the introduction of the high
performance Daking Mic-Pre One single-channel microphone/instrument
preamplifier at the 125th AES Convention in San Francisco. Sharing
the gain structure and Class A, fully discrete transistor circuitry
design of the popular Daking Mic Pre IV, the Mic Pre One additionally
features a unique variable high-pass filter and ships in a freestanding
'DI-style' steel enclosure, ensuring both strength and noise immunity.
Essentially a single channel of the Mic Pre IV, the Mic Pre One
features switchable phase, 20dB mic input pad and +48V phantom power,
plus a selectable 1/4-inch line/hi-z instrument input, all utilizing
relays with gold bi-furcated contacts. Two large knurled aluminum
knobs control the variable high-pass filter (0-200Hz) and continuously
variable input gain, which is complemented by a full-width, twenty-segment
bi-color LED meter.
The rear of the unit offers a Jensen transformer-isolated mic input
and fully-balanced XLR output, plus a 1/4-inch line output. A fourth
connector introduces DC power from the external power supply to
Noted Brad Lunde, president of TransAudio Group, "This Mic
Pre One is the very definition of value - a Daking-designed high-end
mic pre for those who only need one channel. It's ideal for pros
on tour and studios that seek to locate the mic pre in the vocal
booth for short cable runs. Small project studios on a limited budget,
can now use the same high-end sounding gear as the pros."
Made in the USA, Daking Mic Pre One MSRP: $850.00
Daking & CO is distributed TransAudio Group the premier
US importer and distributor for high-end recording gear. Phone
(702) 307-2700 or email Brad
Lunde More info at www.transaudiogroup.com
AN AFFORDABLE SURROUND MIC AT AES
list price of $2,995.00
TransAudio Group, the US distributor for SoundField
Microphones is showcasing their
new SPS200 (top left) software controlled microphone at the 125th
AES Convention is San Francisco. Perfect for both the broadcast
and audio recording markets, the SoundField SPS200 is the most affordable
mic in the line with a USD list price of $2,995.00. Production models
of the microphone, resulting from a three-year R&D program,
are shipping now.
The new SPS200 A-Format microphone brings the advantages of SoundField
Technology to a wider audience and provides the perfect 'front-end'
to capture both stereo and 5.1 surround. It is ideally suited to
those working in the field on laptop based recording systems or
in the studio on fully-fledged Digital Audio Workstations. The SPS200
A-Format microphone uses the same established SoundField multi-capsule
technology as the high-end models in the SoundField range. This
relatively lightweight microphone (approximately eight ounces) is
powered by standard 48v phantom power and incorporates four low-noise,
studio grade condenser capsules. A short break-out cable outputs
the SoundField A-Format at mic level on four balanced XLRs, ensuring
compatibility with all equipment.
The SPS200 A-Format microphone is the first SoundField microphone
that does not require an accompanying control unit. All the processing
- such as the A to B-Format conversion, stereo and surround sound
decoding/manipulation - takes place in the Surround Zone software
which comes packaged as standard with the SPS200 A-Format microphone.
The software is currently available for Pro Tools HD and all platforms
supporting VST Multi-channel such as Nuendo, Cubase, Soundscape,
etc. on both PC and Mac platforms. SoundField
staff will be at the company's booth at AES 2008 in San Francisco
(Booth #1416) to show the product to attendees and answer any questions
they may have.
Microphones is distributed TransAudio Group the premier
US importer and distributor for high-end recording gear. Phone
(702) 307-2700 or email Brad
Lunde More info at www.transaudiogroup.com
4x4 DEBUTS AT AES
In response to pleas for durable, professional-grade mic/line inputs
with multiple outputs for live sound, location recording, and broadcast,
has engineered the all new Kickbox 4x4 portable active splitter
that will be showcased at the 125th AES Convention in San Francisco.
Housed inside a rugged, road-ready carrying case, the Kickbox 4x4
accepts up to four XLR mic/line inputs and delivers them with uncompromised
fidelity to up to 16 XLR line-level outputs. As with all of Drawmer's
industry-leading products, TransAudio Group will import and distribute
the Kickbox 4x4 in the USA.
The Kickbox 4x4's extremely high audio quality, robust build, and
portability make it the ideal tool to provide multiple outputs for
broadcast, press conferences, live sound, sports events, corporate
events, or any situation where distribution of mic or line inputs
to multiple outputs are required. Its four studio-grade mic/line
preamps each provide phantom power, independent metering, and up
to 66dB of gain. Its sixteen balanced output stages each provide
a "transformer loaded" LED and the option of transformer
The Kickbox 4x4 gracefully configures to four practical routing
schemes: one input to sixteen outputs; two inputs each to eight
outputs; four inputs each to four outputs; and one input to twelve
outputs simultaneously with one input to four outputs. The 4x4 supplies
as standard in a road proof case with a removable lid for unhindered
access to all controls and connections.
A headphone input with selectable source simplifies setup and monitoring.
"The Kickbox 4x4 is a unique solution offering much higher
fidelity than you typically find in this size package," said
Brad Lunde of TransAudio, US
Drawmer importer. "Sure, other routers exist, but none come
close to matching Drawmer's beautifully engineered package and proven
reputation for long-term performance on the road. The 4x4's simple
controls ensure quick and reliable setup for the widest variety
of users, providing a higher level of audio quality in a wide variety
is distributed TransAudio Group the premier US importer and distributor
for high-end recording gear. Phone
(702) 307-2700 or email Brad
Lunde More info at www.transaudiogroup.com
founded by industry veteran Brad Lunde, has quickly become the premier
US importer/distributor and/or US sales and marketing representative
for high-end audio. Success hinges on TransAudio providing dealers
and end users with a higher standard of product expertise and support
far beyond the norm. TAG product line includes Accusound,
(USA) AEA ribbon microphones (USA), ADT
Loudspeakers (UK), Brauner
Daking & Co. (USA), Enhanced Audio (Ireland), George
Massenburg Labs (GML) (USA), Heil
Sound (USA); Mercury Audio (USA) Mission Audio (UK) Phoenix
Audio (UK), PAULY
Microphones (UK), Z-Systems (USA), Sonodore
Microphones (Holland), Tonelux,
Systems and Weiss
Engineering (Switzerland) and Z Systems (USA)
LasVegasProAudio.com, a division of TransAudio Group, is the
launch pad for the brands of tomorrow. The goal of LasVegasProAudio.com
is to provide unique equipment, useful information and long-term
support to their clients.
Expresso Walk And Talk...
Joins 615 Music library 615
Music has named Shelly Walker to the new position of Director
of Licensing, Television Network Division. Walker comes to 615 from
Megatrax Production Music where she served as Division Manager of
Broadcast Network and Affiliate Licensing. In her new post, Walker,
who reports to President and CEO Randy Wachtler, will seek new music
placements from the companys extensive library-as well as
possible original music composition placements into feature
films, trailers, TV programs, TV promos, videogames and TV commercial
Acquires MVO International
Creative Management has acquired the Marsha Vlasic Organization
(MVO), who's roster includes Elvis Costello, Neil Young, Iggy Pop,
Ben Folds, The Strokes and Van Morrison among others.
Marsha Vlasic will sign with ICM as a Senior Vice President of Concerts
where she will head up ICM's new contemporary rock division. Vlassic
started on September 9th and will be based in the New York Office
and report to the head of the concerts division, Steve Levine. Vlassic
is at the forefront of creating package touring festivals such as
Ozzfest and H.O.R.D.E. and organized Moby's One and Area Two tours,
integrating audiences of rock, urban and electronic music in one
Winners The highly anticipated 2008
MVA Awards presentation aired Sunday night on September
7, 2008 live from Hollywood. Paramount Studios in LA was chosen
as the site for this year's romp complete with antics from the movie
studio's backlots, sound stages, and surrounding city streets.
Russell Brand hosted this year's awards with special appearances
by nominees including the Jonas Brothers, Kanye West, along with
Christina Aguilera and other top acts performing live throughout
the night. And comeback kid Britney returned...taking home her very
first VMA for Best Female Video award, followed by Best Pop Video
AND Video of the Year! Among
other winners: Erykah Badu's "Honey"
Directed by Erykah Badu & Mr. Roboto is a black and white
love letter to the bygone days of the record store adds Erykah Badu's
face to classic album covers and brings them to life. So cool. Kanye
West f/ T-Pain's "Good
Life" with special Effects by SoMe, Jonas & Francois
o versaturated graffiti pens come to life and chase Kanye around
the screen in this whimsical feat of special effects, the video
for 'Good Life.'
Womack Songs Jamey Johnson is the co-writer of the CMA and ACM
2007 Song of the Year Give It Away, recorded by George
Strait. Trace Adkins, George Jones and Joe Nichols have also recorded
his songs. But instead of sitting at home counting his royalty checks,
Jamey Johnson recorded more than 40 songs during the past year.
Producer Buddy Cannon was impressed with Jameys soulful singing,
as well as the direct honesty of his songwriting. Song publisher
Gary Overton signed Jamey to EMI Music and joined Buddy in the effort
to land him a recording contract. He lost his recording contract.
They thought I was a little too wild, Jamey reflects.
"Losing my deal was a good thing. Because I finally had time
to come home and get my life back in order. More than anything,
I stayed home and just sat there dwelling on things. It takes an
awful lot of thinking to get through something like a divorce.
The thing that really carried me through all of that was the
writing success. Trace Adkins and George Strait kept money in my
bank account and kept my name out there. They pretty much carried
me on their shoulders through that period, and didnt even
realize they were doing that. They just liked my songs. When
he began to work on That Lonesome Song, Jamey says he felt a renewed
sense of purpose and freedom.Word began to spread on Music Row.
Two record companies approached Jamey. Both wanted him to either
record the songs over again or have outsiders songs included
on the project. Jamey turned both down. Luke Lewis at Mercury Records
was the first person who understood. He said, Man, Ive
just got one thing to say dont mess with that sound.
I dont know what yall are doing in that studio, but
just dont mess with that sound. I said, Hell,
I came here to tell you that. Ever since then, its been
a great relationship. MCA
Nashville released Lee Ann Womacks new single Last Call,
written by Erin Enderlin and Shane McAnally, to radio June 30. Her
highly-anticipated seventh album, produced by Tony Brown and titled
Call Me Crazy, will debut this fall.
Universal Music Group Nashville hosted an intimate evening of country-to-the-core
performances by Mercury Nashvilles Jamey
Johnson and MCA Nashvilles Lee
Ann Womack in New York City. Guests sipped champagne and enjoyed
the latest from Johnsons That Lonesome Song and Womacks
forthcoming Call Me Crazy (Oct. 21) in the elegant Allen Room at
Jazz At Lincoln Center.
next bond theme for film Quantum
Of Solace will be a collaboration between Alicia
Keys and Jack
White. The announcement follows speculation that the job would
go to British stars Amy Winehouse and Mark Ronson (who contributed
heavily on her five-time Grammy award winning album Back to Black),
Duffy or Leona Lewis. The film's producers Michael G Wilson and
Barbara Broccoli said: "We are delighted and pleased to have
two such exciting artists as Jack and Alicia." Quantum
of Solace, the 22nd official film in the 007 series, picks up from
Casino Royale as the secret agent sets out to avenge the apparent
death of his lover. It has a bigger budget than the last film and
producers have promised more action. The title is taken from a short
story published by Bond creator Ian Fleming in 1960. It will hit
cinemas on 31 October in the UK, with the rest of the world seeing
it from early November (14th in US).
will compose the film's score, with the soundtrack to be released
on 28 October. Visit Bond
at Myspace for a behind the scenes. Ukrainian actress Olga Kurylenko
is the lead Bond Girl #22. Listen to Another
Way To Die
Recent Bond Themes
You Know My Name (Casino Royale, above, 2006) - Chris Cornell
Die Another Day (2002) - Madonna
The World Is Not Enough (1999) - Garbage
Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) - Sheryl Crow
GoldenEye (1995) - Tina Turner
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Continuing to bake, transfer and master your tapes!
Love On Martha Stewart. Universal country artist Josh
Turner and Martha Stewart first met in March of 2006 when he
performed on MARTHA and she surprised him with a Gold plaque for
his album Your Man, which went on to reach double-platinum status.
During the launch of his Everything Is Fine album in October
of 2007, Stewart requested that Turner come back for an encore performance.
Firecracker was the song that Turner performed on the
show and evidently there were some sparks flying on the set
literally. Turners utility player, Kevin Haynie, met Stewarts
assistant, Liesl Menning, that day and he must have made quite an
impression on her as their wedding ceremony took place in Nashville
this past weekend. Stewart and Turner will both be in attendance.
"Josh and his band were guests on my TV show last autumn, and
that's when Kevin and Liesl first laid eyes on each other,"
says Stewart. The wedding will be filmed for a one-hour special
to air on the Style Network in December. Photos from the big day
will also be featured in the winter edition of Martha Stewart Weddings
Deal Here's the picture. Your band is building lots of momentum
and starting to develop a little bit of a following. You have a
MySpace page, you've uploaded a couple of entertaining videos on
YouTube and you've posted your music for review at GarageBand. Where's
the money? Where's the record contract? Groupies anyone? 820, the
consulting company based in Las Vegas and Chicago, may just be what
you're seeking. It's founded by three partners: Jason Kramer, CLO
(Chief Label Officer), Emmett Gates a.k.a. "Iceberg Slick",
Chief Marketing Officer and Corey Kauffman, VP talent Manager. The
site is receiving around 150 "blind" song submission a
day. "We've built a proprietary evaluation system that rates
the song using 105 critiquing points. The song, the sound, the beat...it'
as comprehensive as a credit score," says Kauffman. Artists
that receive 80% score or higher are considered. 820 officially
launched two satellite radio stations on XM/Sirius on guess what
date...August 20! Music
genres considered: Rock, Pop, Rap/Hip-Hop, R&B, Country, Alternative,
Dance, Reggae, Electronic, and yes, even original mixes by DJs.
820 says technology has made it possible for any idiot with a few
computer skills and a musical instrument to record and distribute
music which has made discovery and evaluation of REAL prospects
much more difficult. So, their hope is that the site becomes a label
destination where they can find real talent. Where does the name
820 come from? A&R has long been a significant fixed expense
for record labels where the 80/20 rule still applies - more than
80% of earnings come from less than 20% of the A&R talent. 820
is part A&R outsourcer and part artist developer. "Building
a following, building a look, building potential hits is the backbone
of music industry. We don't make a dime until the artist is signed,"
says Gates. Our business is simple - we are providing artists with
a platform for turning their passion into a career," said Jason
Armada, a San Diego, California-based rock band, has joined
the firm's portfolio of artists.
to Shuffle! Playing Music and Video with the Nano Chromatic
allows you to enjoy the album cover art and with feature dubbed
Genius you can find your favorite song with new ways to browse and
makes suggestions of songs and albums missing from one's library.
With the thinnest iPod ever made, and you're Nanos away from being
Jean Smart accepts the award for outstanding supporting actress
in a comedy series for her work on 'Samantha Who?'
Bergeron, left, and William Shatner, clown with CO-host Heidi Klum;
Too Long, Too Low The 60th Primetime Emmy Awards took
place on ABC, Sunday, September 21 in a brand new location, The
Nokia Theatre. Ratings were the lowest they have ever been, only
12.2 million people watched the awards. This Emmys saw for the first
time a basic cable win Best Drama Series. AMC's "Mad Men,"
about a 1960s advertising firm took the top prize even though many
viewers have not yet embraced the show. Similarly, "30 Rock"
on NBC, which suffers with an audience, took Best Comedy Series
along with Best Actor and Actress in a Comedy for stars Alec Baldwin
and Tina Fey (who won three awards in total), respectively. New
shows did quite well overall, while Glenn Close took Best Drama
Actress for her work as a hard-hitting lawyer, Patty Hewes, in FX's
"Damages" and Best Actor in a Drama went to Bryan Cranston
for his freshman series AMC's "Breaking Bad," which depicts
the life of Walt White, a high school teacher turned drug-dealer.
HBO also had a good night as two of their big films this year took
Best Miniseries ("John Adams") and Best Made for Television
Movie ("Recount"). "John Adams" was a seven-
part series telling the life of the second President of the United
States and "Recount" told about the 2000 presidential
election mix-up. As mentioned, the new Reality Host award was given
at the end of the night to Jeff Probst of "Survivor."
Singer Josh Groban sang over 30 theme songs in a tribute to popular
television series. Also, shows like "Seinfeld," "Dragnet,"
"Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" and "M*A*S*H"
were celebrated throughout the night with video clips and replicas
of their well-known sets.Presenters
included Lauren Conrad, Conan O'Brien, Kathy Griffin, Patrick Dempsey,
Tina Fey and the cast of "Desperate Housewives."
and Nancy Wilson of Heart
condemned the song, Baracuda
(then) and (now)
used earlier in the Republican convention and have now gone beyond
a whiter shade of pale - to rage against the machine! First Universal
Music Publishing and Sony BMG who rep Heart sent a ceased-and-desist
notice to the McCain-Palin campaign and now the Wilson sisters themselves
have denounced the song's usage. "Sarah Palin's views and values
in NO WAY represent us as American women," the Wilsons said
in a released statement. "The song 'Barracuda' was written
in the late 70s as a scathing rant against the soulless, corporate
nature of the music business, particularly for women. (The 'barracuda'
represented the business.). No response from McCain-Palin HQ as
of yet but as Ann Wilson sang in "Barracuda", "If
the real thing don't do the trick, you better make up something
by MTV Networks Santa Monica-based Social Project--which was
once known as Tagworld--has been acquired by MTV Networks. According
to MTV, Social Project and its 31 employees will remain based in
Santa Monica. Social Project was venture backed by Draper Fisher
Jurvetson and MTV, and originally started as a competitor to MySpace
The Flux Publisher
Network currently boasts more than 35 MTVN Web sites, ranging from
its flagship destinations including MTV.com,
to targeted vertical sites such as Jackassworld.com
to the recently launched ColbertNation.com,
among others. On MTV.com alone, the community has grown to more
than 600,000 verified members, making it the largest Flux-powered
site. In the five weeks prior to this year's Video Music Awards,
MTV.com added more than 250,000 members to the site -- more than
four times the average weekly rate prior to that period -- after
offering the opportunity for fans to nominate artists for each of
the award categories. As
part of the announcement, MTVN named Joshua
Dern Senior Vice President and General Manager of Social Media,
a role in which he will oversee Social Project and Flux.
Dern, who most recently served as Vice President of MTVN Social
Media Strategy and Operations, will report to Kenny Miller, Executive
Vice President and Creative Director of Global Digital Media, MTVN.
TagWorld was founded in 2005 by Fred Krueger and Evan Rifkin and
is still listed as beta; it has more than 3 million registered users,
according to a press release from last year. "The web is fragmenting,"
said Mika Salmi (above), president of global digital media at MTV
Networks in a press conference on Monday, describing Flux as an
"open, flat, and connected" technology. "People are
attracted to niches and to what they're really interested and passionate
about, and we as a company have a history in the cable business
of going after niches."
Manson of Garbage (middle) plays Catherine Weaver in TERMINATOR:
THE SARAH CONNOR CHRONICLES American science fiction television
series produced by Warner
Bros. Television and C2 Pictures. Weaver is a shape-shifting
Terminator disguised as the CEO of a high-tech corporation called
ZeiraCorp. A model T-1001, her liquid metal form as she changes
shape resembles that of the T-1000 seen in Terminator 2, but it
is not yet known how her model differs from that one. "She
is focused on developing artificial intelligence using The Turk,
the intuitive computer believed to be a precursor to Skynet, and
targets her fellow cyborgs in order to reverse engineer Skynet technology
in the present Shes very self-empowered, assured, singular.
Its a very cool character to play," says Manson who's
new to acting, and even though she likes exploring new territory,
she says music remains a big part of her life (since she was 15)
and looking forward to what's next. Terminator: The Sarah Connor
Chronicles features incidental music composed by Bear McCreary.
For financial reasons, the main theme of the Terminator film series,
composed by Brad Fiedel, is featured briefly in the TV series -
mainly during the title sequence.[Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles
features incidental music composed by Bear McCreary. For financial
reons, the main theme of the Termin ator film series, composed by
Brad Fiedel, is featured briefly in the TV series - mainly during
the title sequence. McCreary began working on the score by recording
metallic sounds, using "oil cans, whale drums, chains, anvils,
brake drums, garbage cans, thundersheets, tin cans...", after
which he edited the samples and created his own custom library of
metallic drums. The episode, "The Mousetrap," features
"Safe Within Your Arms" by Greg Garing. "Nocturne
in C-sharp minor" by Frédéric Chopin was used
in the first season episode "The Demon Hand". The record
label La-La Land Records is expected to release the original television
soundtrack for Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles on November
18, 2008. The series has receive a second season, which began on
September 8, 2008 in the Monday 8:00 p.m. ET timeslot.
Bands COME TOGETHER!
Who Meets Who: Incubus
meets Tool meet Deftones meet Rufus Wainwright
Milestone: Winner of the grand prize at the
2008 Battle of the Bands (The New University Battle
for Wayzgoose Stage), Jébel is announcing release
of their debut full-length studio album, "Trip the Night Fantastic,"
a concept album that blends metal, hard rock and other musical styles
with themes of subconscious thought and dreamy imagery.
Jébel played a respectably tight set of six songs from
the album offering dynamic musical themes and expressive playing
at Los Angeles' famed Troubadour on Sat, Sept 27 (photo above courtesy
of studioexpresso) to a cheering audience.
Josh, Rob, and Johnny (Curtis Marrero is the current drummer. Johnny
moved on to pursue a career as an officer in the United States Air
Force) are 5 friends who grew up together in the city of La Canada
near Los Angeles and formed Jébel. "We were all
music students eager to create and evolve a unique musical style
based on our love of art rock, prog, grunge, and jazz," says
Robert, the bass player who emotes a superb energy and stage presence.
All the musicians contribute to the songwriting and arranging. The
colorful and imaginative art of Nikolas Kazoura on the album jacket
is a treat in itself evoking a dream-like Utopia with blue waters,
green forests and lush life. The images that were originally conceived
on the band's $15 Ikea table also appear on Josh's (lead singer)
percussion instrument. Kazoura
projects his oeuvre on stage during live performances and also creates
Gig posters. The
group recorded a 5-track EP - I Mean You no Harm - which
was released through iTunes. Over the last 2 years, Jebél
has built a strong following in Los Angeles and Orange County with
gigs at The Whisky and The Roxy on Sunset Blvd. Jebél has
opened for bands like Del the Funky Homosapien and People Under
"Trip the Night Fantastic" the latest album from Jébel.
is available for purchase through band's website, http://www.jebelmusic.com/
or at one of Jébel live shows. Catch Jébel
next at The Detroit Bar on Tuesday October 12th at 9PM Free 21 and
over 843 W 19th St. Costa Mesa, CA 92627 949-642-0600.
Art Of A Deep Purple
took up the bass because it seemed an easier instrument to play
than a regular six string guitar. Born November 30th, 1945 in South
Wales, Roger got into numerous bands (The Madisons, Episode Six)
from Grammer school on up to Hornsey College where he studied art.
In 1969 Gillan was offered an audition with Deep Purple. It was
during a recording session, the band liked his playing and writing
skills and offered him a job as well. Glover stayed until 1973.
During that time he became interested in production work, helping
on some of the Deep Purple albums, as well as other artists on their
new label Purple Records, eventually staying with them until the
Deep Purple reunion in 1984. More recently, Glover cut a third solo
album Snapshot. He also produced all the Deep Purple reunion albums
for my own amusement and do not sell or even exhibit. There are
abstract and representational works, I enjoy both. Maybe I am seeking
a particular form of expression although to my mind I haven't yet
found one," says Glover.
out to be a big fan of Elton
John...just like me! We were taken back to our early days where
we first felt John's music and it made our souls soar. We were buddies
instantaneously. Call it power of music or synchronicity! Greg mixed
and engineered the 2005, Universal reissue of Captain Fantastic
and the Brown Dirt Cowboy as an expanded double-disc deluxe edition
in 5.1 surround. SWEET!
Flower Records A&R man & producer, Greg Penny at Zircon
studio in Ojai with studioexpresso editor, Claris Dodge
in an age where the measure for excellence has been eroded by the
Idol & XFactor franchise. The notion that if you have a billion
myspace plays, you're a great artist...If Picasso had employed some
of todays perceived formulas for artistic success, as so many young
artists do, he would never have been great. He would just be another
poseur with a paint brush in one hand and a text message in the
other. Work hard to be excellent at your craft."
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