Novation – Body Saron Siki Sat, 21 May 2022 09:53:54 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Novation – Body Saron Siki 32 32 ICAC finds former RMS director corrupt for awarding over $12.2 million in work for the benefit of friends and himself Fri, 20 May 2022 04:57:36 +0000

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The NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has discovered that a then former director of Road and Marine Services (RMS) engaged in serious corrupt conduct by awarding more than $12.2 million in work to two companies owned by his friends and manipulating the processes. to promote and benefit these enterprises and himself.

In a report released today, Inquiry into the award of contracts by employees of the former NSW Roads and Maritime Services (Operation Ember), the Commission finds that, from November 2015 to June 2016, Samer Soliman, while Director of RMS’ Heavy Vehicle Programs (HVP) Unit, abused his position to obtain six contracts of RMS worth nearly $346,000 to be awarded to his friend Stephen Thammiah’s company, Novation Engineering Pty Ltd. The Commission found that Novation was in fact a joint venture created with Mr Soliman.

The Commission found that Mr. Soliman also abused his position to engage with Mr. Thammiah in a deliberate scheme to extract as much profit as possible for Novation from supplying scale spare parts to RMS, which involved, among other things, having RMS Novation pay 27 invoices totaling over $803,000 for scale parts, software and hardware knowing that these items would not be provided or, if provided, would be subject to an exorbitant mark-up by Novation. Mr. Soliman received cash payments totaling $347,200 from Mr. Thammiah in person, or through his own withdrawals from the Novation account, which represented the immediate financial benefit Mr. Soliman obtained from his business common with Mr. Thammiah.

Mr. Soliman helped Novation get appointed to the Heavy Vehicle Maintenance Committee and helped manipulate the bidding processes in favor of Novation. He abused his position to favor Novation by manipulating RMS processes for a tender worth more than $2 million for the purchase of 125 portable scales, and for a tender for a value of more than 7 million dollars for the purchase of 425 portable scales and 70 chargers. In total, Novation was corruptly awarded work totaling more than $10.9 million.

Between January 2017 and August 2018, Mr. Soliman also favored the company of another friend, Ali Hamidi, owner of AZH Consulting Pty Ltd. Mr. Soliman obtained more than 1.3 million dollars in contracts to be awarded to AZH, for the purchase of equipment and the carrying out of studies and tests. .

Between September and November 2017, Mr. Soliman abused his position during the bidding process for the Professional Services Providers (PSC) Panel to ensure that AZH was a successful bidder and was appointed to this panel. This included manipulating the tender specifications for the PSC panel to favor AZH, removing requirements from the tender that it knew AZH could not meet, and highlighting the requirements that he knew he could represent AZH as satisfactory, and by drafting AZH’s bid submission for the PSC Panel. Between June 4, 2017 and August 9, 2018, Mr. Soliman solicited and received $177,450 from Mr. Hamidi in 13 installments as an inducement or reward for performing his official duties to promote AZH and to award the company several RMS contracts. In total, AZH was corruptly awarded work totaling more than $1.3 million.

The Commission found that Mr. Thammiah had engaged in serious acts of corruption. His conduct included submitting invoices for work or parts which he knew were not or would not be performed or supplied; make cash payments or permit Mr. Soliman to withdraw cash in the amount of $347,200 from Novation accounts on the grounds that Mr. Soliman is performing his public official duties to improperly favor Novation in the award
RMS contracts; and for submitting quotes to RMS for the supply of scales knowing that Mr. Soliman had abused his position to favor Novation in the bidding process.

Mr. Hamidi engaged in serious acts of corruption by submitting invoices for work that he knew had not been or would not be performed and that Mr. Soliman would dishonestly arrange payment of the invoices. Mr. Hamidi’s conduct also included filing a submission with RMS for inclusion on the PSC panel, knowing that Mr. Soliman had authored AZH’s submission and that he had used, and would continue to use , his position to favor the nomination of AZH within the PSC panel. His payments to Mr. Soliman totaling $177,450, described above, were also found to be serious corrupt conduct.

RMS HVP Unit Business Systems Analyst Jainesh (Jai) Singh, who was also a friend of Mr. Hamidi and reported to Mr. Soliman, engaged in serious acts of corruption in October 2017, in improperly assisting AZH to be nominated to the PSC panel, recommending his nomination, knowing that his submission contained false and misleading information about the experience and technical competence of AZH and Mr. Hamidi, and deliberately failing to declare his conflict of interest arising from his friendship with Mr. Hamidi. Between February and March 2018, he also partially and dishonestly performed his official duties by recommending Novation as the successful bidder for a contract worth more than $2 million and stating that he had no knowledge of any situation that could lead to a real or perceived conflict of interest. interest, or which might affect him in the performance of his duties both fairly and in the best interests of RMS, when he knew that the friendship between Mr. Soliman and Mr. Thammiah was such a situation.

Mr. Soliman, Mr. Singh, Mr. Thammiah and Mr. Hamidi all knew each other to varying degrees prior to their involvement with RMS. They had all worked at Optus at the same time, though not necessarily in the same section, and Mr. Soliman and Mr. Thammiah had had a close, lifelong friendship since high school. Mr. Hamidi and Mr. Singh formed a close friendship while working at Optus.

The Commission found that RMS had appropriate documented policies and processes relating to the procurement of goods and services that were known and accessible to RMS employees, and that information and advice was available from a centralized procurement team . Mr. Soliman’s corrupt conduct, however, was characterized by deliberate manipulation of procurement processes.

The report observes that other public authorities should note that this survey demonstrates that it can be quite easy for a public official to engage in serious and systemic acts of corruption despite the presence of a detailed policy and procedural framework. “Mr. Soliman’s conduct was not opportunistic – it was planned and he manipulated the controls with strategic intent,” the report said.

The Commission found that Mr. Soliman failed to report conflicts of interest to RMS management and had a significant level of control over relevant RMS procurement processes; he used this control to undermine their integrity for the benefit of Novation and AZH. Its ability to control or manage relevant procurement processes was, in part, facilitated by largely inadequate procurement governance, which resulted in missed opportunities to end its corrupt activity. Mr. Soliman was subject to limited management oversight, which also resulted in missed opportunities to end his corrupt conduct. RMS is now part of Transport for NSW (TfNSW). The Commission made seven recommendations to help TfNSW prevent such behavior from happening again.

The Commission seeks the opinion of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) on whether to initiate proceedings. The DPP determines whether criminal charges can be laid and conducts all prosecutions. The Commission is of the view that consideration should be given to obtaining the DPP’s opinion on the prosecution of Mr. Soliman, Mr. Thammiah and Mr. Hamidi for various offences. RMS terminated the employment of Mr. Soliman and Mr. Singh in 2019.

The Commission conducted a public inquiry into this inquiry over 26 days in installments in May, June, August and October 2019. Commissioner Patricia McDonald SC chaired the inquiry, during which 10 witnesses testified.

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Is there nostalgia for 2002? The Netflix comedy “Senior Year” is certainly trying.

The movie wastes no time setting up the premise: Rebel Wilson plays Stephanie Conway, who wakes up from a 20-year coma after an unfortunate cheerleading accident in 2002 to Kelly Clarkson’s song “A Moment Like This.”

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Biggest Innovation in Music Synthesizer Sales Market with Top Key Players – Casio, Korg, Novation Digital Music Systems, Roland, Allen & Heath, Arturia, Dave Smith Instruments, Elektron, Focusrite, Hercules, Kurzweil Music, Medeli Electronics , Moog Music, Stanton – ManufactureLink Fri, 13 May 2022 12:18:29 +0000

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The cost of the Schaap arts center in Grosse Pointe Park is $45 million Tue, 10 May 2022 11:51:25 +0000

The Schaaps purchased the first parcel of what is now a 2.4-acre plot for the new arts center in 2012 and began pushing to build and fund it the following year. Fundraising began in earnest in 2020, Turnbull said, with the project’s approval from the Grosse Pointe Park Planning Commission.

The A. Paul and Carol C. Schaap Performing Arts Center will be located at the corner of Alter Road and Jefferson Avenue, on the site of a Grosse Pointe Park Public Works Department building that is moving to a new location on Mack Avenue, says Turnbull.

Once it gets a building permit and the DPW leaves the Alter-Jefferson site this summer, “we can demo on this building and start construction in the fall,” she said. declared.

The Schaap Center will house the museum-quality Richard and Jane Manoogian Art Gallery, which will house art from the family and private art collections from here and abroad.

“These exhibition spaces will have an integrated audience” with performing arts programs throughout the year, Turnbull said.

The center will also include a community art gallery and serve as the permanent home of the Grosse Pointe Theatre, its main tenant, as well as three other groups: the Grosse Pointe Symphony Orchestra, the Grosse Pointe Community Chorus and the Detroit Concert Choir. , said Turnbull.

The new center will also be a destination for other prominent local arts groups.

Bands expected to perform include the Carr Center, Detroit Medical Orchestra, Detroit Public Television, Detroit Opera, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Mosaic Youth Theater and the Sphinx Organization, Turnbull said.

The Schaap Center will help these arts organizations market their shows at the center to help them expand their audiences, she said.

SPIN First Drop Coachella 2022: Madeon Sat, 07 May 2022 00:09:27 +0000

French electronic artist, DJ, record producer, singer and songwriter, Madeon has been producing since the age of 11. At age 17, he released his breakthrough YouTube video “Pop Culture”, a live performance mashup of 39 pop songs using a Novation Launchpad, racking up millions of views in just days. Since then he’s covered the map – touring with artists like Swedish House Mafia and Lady Gaga. He also ended up working with Gaga on several of her releases, including “Venus”, from her third studio album, art-pop. Madeon has a palpable connection with his fans, evidenced by the exchange of energy between him and his audience at Palm Springs Day Club, who hung on to every beat of his poolside DJ set. Then we connected with Madeon to explore the contrast between his live performances and his dj sets; and to chat a bit about his upcoming releases, including his freshly released “Love You Back.”

Take a seat behind the booth at Coachella 2022 and watch Madeon’s exclusive First Drop SPIN below. For more on SPIN First Drops, visit SPIN TV.

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“There is something about putting myself in risky situations and giving me problems to solve. For example, I’m going to play a song not knowing what I’m going to play next and trying to figure that out is a fun challenge. So there is something very playful about it. It’s like playing a game, as the live show feels like I’m delivering my essence and playing something more deeply meaningful. It’s the difference between your wedding day and a good night out, you know what I mean? They’re both hopefully fun times, but they have very different weights.

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May 21 – Gulf Shores, AL – Hangout Music Festival
July 2 – Arras, FR – Main Square Festival
July 17 – Carhaix, FR – Old Plows Festival
July 30 – San Bernardino, CA – Hard Summer
August 6 – Montreal, QC – ileSoniq
August 19 – Tokyo, JP – Sonicmania
September 2-4 – Bridgeview, IL – North Shore Music Festival
September 3-4 – Austin, TX – ILLFest
September 15-18 – Rome, Georgia – Imagine Music Festival

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Tubos Reunidos SA: 2021 – Non-Financial Information Statement and Independent Limited Assurance Report Thu, 05 May 2022 11:29:07 +0000

Non-financial NFIS statement 2021


The rediscovery.

Supporting the energy transition


Developments 2021: Our response to challenges as a strategic company 14

Leaders in providing innovative and sustainable piping solutions 06

Where we come from: almost 130 years of history 12


Where we are going: driving the energy transition 20

Our contribution to Sustainable Development 25



360º communication 30 Materiality analysis 32



Health and safety are our priority 50

Continuing the fight against COVID-19 to ensure a safe environment 59


We are our people 36

Main figures (2021 and 2020) 37

Talent Development 44

Flexibility and work-life balance 47

Equality and diversity 48


meta scrap0l to pipe: a sustaina5ble activity 63

Supporting our customers in the future challenges 73


Professional authorities 84

Prepared to anticipate and manage risks 89

The ethical framework that guides us 91




Innovation in the TRSA 76 group

New products and applications 78

Digitization of the TRSA 79 group

Responsible taxation 96


President’s Letter

“Fortunately, the pandemic and rising costs were not the only things that happened in 2021. We are proud to celebrate the Group’s recognition as a strategic business.”

Francisco Irazusta President

As we announced, the 2021 financial year was even more complicated than the one we experienced the previous financial year due to the inertia of the market and the impact it has on the timings of our activity. In addition, sudden increases in the prices of energy, raw materials, scrap metal and iron Roalloys, together with transportation, were the major challenge for the sector in 2021. This, combined with the pandemic and the international health crisis triggered by the COVID-19 epidemic, which continued throughout the year, hampered the market recovery. activity.

While advances in vaccination and the joint ef strong made by society have allowed us to witness a revival in some countries as their mobility restric eased, this reactivation was interrupted by an increase in our recurring expenses, which slowed down our gradual recovery.

Fortunately, the pandemic and rising costs were not the only things that happened in 2021. We are proud to celebrate the recognition of the Group as a strategic company. We thank the customers, the institute institutions, international analysts and banks for their trust and support, as well as the efforts of our entire team, which enabled us to obtain a participatory loan of 112.8 million euros from the Business Solvency Support Fund strategic (Fondo de Apoyo a la Sol-

“Our commitment to sustainability is not just an ambitious framework, but a roadmap for responsible growth that must go hand in hand with proper and transparent corporate governance.”

Francisco Irazusta



€112.8 million

at the Sociedad Estatal de Participaciones Industriales

(SEPI) of Solvency

Support fund

vencia de Empresas Estratégicas) of Socie-dad Estatal de Participaciones Industriales (SEPI), which will undoubtedly be the key to achieving our objectives in the years to come.

After the confidence expressed and with renewed confidence financial stability, we are optimistic about a new Strategic Plan 2021-2025 that allows us to continue the trans forming the Group, equipping our facilities with the latest technologies and seeking the creation of added value having an impact on the improvement of the Group and the Company in the medium and long term. We are committed to driving the energy transition and decarbonization through the development and efficient manufacturing of innova efficient and durable piping solutions. This new plan will help us approach new markets and business sectors that have a particular influence on clean energy and hydrogen, helping our customers to successfully meet their future challenges. This year, I would like to say that, thanks to the efforts and commitment of our employees, we have reached our first milestones in the field of clean energy, and we hope that they will be the first of a long series.

Our commitment to sustainability is not just a strategic framework, but a roadmap for responsible growth which must go hand in hand with appropriate and transparent corporate governance. In 2021, and following our philosophy of continuous improvement ment, we have designed a corporate governance update plan that has transpired over the year and will continue into 2022. All of these improvements and best practices will help us achieve our goals.

The work of all those who make up the Group has proven to be essential in overcoming the major milestones of recent years and will be a key element in meeting the challenges that have arisen. We must not forget that the well-being and development ment of all those who make up the company are essential elements of its success. Therefore, the commitment ment to health and safety is part of our values, and we have initiated a multi-year project, which has been very well received and involved at all levels. This will allow us to move towards excellence in Health and Safety, improving our culture in this area and always with the objective of “zero accidents”.

I would like to end this letter by thanking all the shareholders, customers, suppliers, institutions and employees of the Group, as well as the Company as a whole. Their support, efforts and commitment have allowed our grand project to move forward stronger and make more successful progress. more than ever. For nearly 130 years, we have been an agile, efficient and trusted partner for our customers, offering them our know-how, our quality and our innovation through products and services with high added value, and we want to remain so with our innovation efficient and durable piping solutions.


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The ASX stock that’s ‘too cheap’ Mon, 02 May 2022 23:00:00 +0000

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In turbulent times like now, it’s not easy to find ASX stocks to buy that won’t undermine your confidence.

So it pays to listen when an expert has so much conviction in a particular stock that they’re willing to predict a 45% return over the next year.

And that’s exactly the affection Nathan Lead, principal analyst at Morgans, has for Silk Logistics Holdings Ltd (ASX: SLH), which it rates as a definite “add-on”.

“We think the stock is too cheap – around five times EV/EBITDA, around 12 times the P/E ratio (FY22F) – given its potential double-digit earnings growth and growth options.”

Recent Catalyst

Lead liked last week’s result of Silk Logistics’ NSW property novation.

“The NSW property novation has Silk transferring the cost of purchasing the land and the risk of developing the warehouse from its Kemps Creek site to the developer (ESR Australia) in exchange for a 10-year lease for purpose-built warehouses,” he said.

“Conditions precedent to the lease agreement include ESR’s acquisition of the site land and adjacent land, as well as planning, construction and development approvals.”

The contract can be terminated if the cost of construction exceeds a predefined level, which is a practical hedge against inflation.

According to Lead, the deal means Silk Logisitcs receives $13.5 million in upfront cash and approximately $29 million in rental incentives spread over three tranches.

“We believe that the rent under the lease agreement is similar to what Silk is paying at its current NSW sites which it intended to consolidate at Kemps Creek, and that the expiry of these existing site leases corresponds closely to the expected start of the new lease. ,” he said.

“Silk’s strategy is to retain its existing locations and seek to fill the Kemps Creek warehouse with new business.”

The analyst calculated the move to be 31 cents per share accretive to net present value including incentives and $2 million per year of incremental cash flow over the 10 years.

better than expected

Lead explained that it all turned out to be much more appealing than his team had previously anticipated.

“We only assumed $10 million in cash revenue from the lease in FY22,” he said.

“Projected free cash flow for fiscal years 23-25F is $17 million higher in total than we had previously forecast.”

In addition to the positive financial impact, the agreement provides additional warehousing capacity that Silk Logistics can use for growth.

Silk Logistics, for a stock that does not belong to the mining or banking sectors, has done quite well in 2022.

The stock price is up 13% year-to-date, up nearly 24% since March 9.

Newark Small Business Week 2022: Events, Networking, Workshops Fri, 29 Apr 2022 17:39:11 +0000

NEWARK, New Jersey— The following press release is courtesy of Invest Newark. Learn more about post announcements or events on your local Patch site.

Invest in Newark, the City of Newark’s economic development corporation, has partnered with =SPACE to present Newark Small Business Week: a series dedicated to bringing equitable resources to the booming City of Newark, leading small businesses towards continued success and growth. The five-day experience will provide events, workshops and networking opportunities for new and experienced local Newark entrepreneurs to help build and support local businesses. It kicks off on Monday May 2 with the Small Business Expo – a business-to-business conference and networking event for small business owners, entrepreneurs and start-ups. A full list of details, scheduled events and registration information can be found here.

“Our small businesses are the backbone of our community, and we remain committed to helping them recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Mayor Ras J. Baraka. “Newark Small Business Week is an opportunity for everyone in Newark to show their support for our local entrepreneurs and the people they employ, as they are essential to keeping our economy thriving. I thank Invest Newark and Equal Space for making these necessary opportunities and resources available, and I look forward to starting the week at Expo.

The goal of Newark Small Business Week is to provide existing and potential small business owners with access to a variety of resources to further encourage entrepreneurship in Newark. The Small Business Expo, the launch event, will provide small business owners with networking opportunities to connect with each other, get advice directly from city agencies; learn from business support experts; meet lenders and get advice on accessing capital; and network with other passionate entrepreneurs. Mayor Ras J. Baraka will also join Invest Newark, =Space and community members to kick off the week.

“I’m thrilled that during Newark Small Business Week, we’re offering a wide range of workshops, panel discussions and networking events aimed at supporting our local entrepreneurs,” said Allison Ladd, chair of the board of directors. ‘Invest Newark and Deputy Mayor/Director of Economic Affairs and Housing Development. “As our community continues its strong recovery, I encourage neighbors to support the local small businesses that play such a vital role in Newark communities. If you haven’t already, register and join us for what promises to be a week full of opportunities and resources designed to help our small businesses thrive.

Newark Small Business Week 2022 will also feature workshops to inform best practices for entrepreneurship in Newark, such as an inspirational in-person event, proven strategies, actionable steps, tips, resources and information for a maximum business growth. The series will also include the opportunity to offer a grant to help start a small business, which will be hosted entirely in Spanish for the very first time. On Thursday, May 4, Invest Newark will host panel discussions and keynotes, including Women-In-Novation 4.0, a mini-conference hosted by powerful innovators and disruptors from all sectors: music, technology, government, business and finance. Some of the discussion topics will include:

  • How to increase business sustainability

  • Building your authentic influence in the digital age

  • Develop your brand through a non-corporate lens

  • Access brand equity by refining your pitch

“Newark’s small businesses have been hit hard during the pandemic, and many are still recovering,” said Roy Southerland, interim president and CEO of Invest Newark. “With Mayor Ras J. Baraka and the City of Newark, we have supported our entrepreneurs throughout the pandemic and this Small Business Week we continue to focus on their ability to thrive. Together with our valued partner, =Space, we are excited to deliver this innovative five-day experience to meet the needs of our entrepreneurs and the people they employ, which will sustain Newark’s vibrancy for years to come.

“Small Business Week is about providing a space for entrepreneurs to connect to valuable resources and thrive,” said Citi Medina, Founder of =SPACE. “=SPACE has always believed in the connection between business and small business. This series of events concretizes this mission.

With =SPACE’s focus on providing equitable access to resources for multicultural founders, LGBTQ+ businesses and women’s businesses and Invest Newark’s primary focus on fostering strong and diverse economy of Newark, organizations simultaneously create vibrant communities and opportunities for all Newarkers. Small Business Week 2022 is the ultimate experience for entrepreneurs of all types and stages. If you are interested in participating or looking for more information, contact Elizabeth Da Silva at or (973) 273-1040.

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Music Synthesizer Market Share, Outlook, Size, Opportunity Analysis, Competitive Insights, Growth and Forecast to 2027 – Fri, 29 Apr 2022 12:51:36 +0000

Global Music synthesizers Market research is an intelligence report with meticulous efforts undertaken to study the correct and valuable information. The data that has been reviewed takes into account both existing top players and upcoming competitors. The business strategies of key players and new industries entering the market are studied in detail. A well-explained SWOT analysis, revenue share and contact information are shared in this report analysis. It also provides market information in terms of development and its capabilities.

Global Music Synthesizers Market Size to Reach USD Million by 2027, Growing at Analysis Period

Some of the top influential companies in this market include:

Novation Digital Music Systems, Yamaha, Allen & Heath, Roland, Casio Computer, Korg, Dave Smith Instruments, Kurzweil Music, Stanton, Teenage Engineering, Arturia, Elektron, Hercules, Focusrite, Medeli Electronics, Moog Music

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Global Music Synthesizer Market Segmentation:

Market Segmentation: By Type


Not electronic

Market Segmentation: By Application



Global Music Synthesizer Market Research Report Offers:

  • Market definition of the global Music Synthesizer market along with the analysis of different influencing factors such as drivers, restraints, and opportunities.
  • In-depth research on the competitive landscape of global music synthesizers
  • Identification and analysis of micro and macro factors that have and will have an effect on market growth.
  • A comprehensive list of major market players operating in the global Music Synthesizers Market.
  • Analysis of various market segments such as type, size, applications and end users.
  • It offers a descriptive analysis of the demand-supply chaining in the global music synthesizer market.
  • Statistical analysis of some significant economic facts
  • Figures, tables, graphs, images to clearly describe the market.

Regions Covered in Global Music Synthesizers Market Report 2020:
The Middle East and Africa (GCC countries and Egypt)
North America (United States, Mexico and Canada)
South America (Brazil, etc)
Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.)
Asia Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia and Australia)

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The cost analysis of the Global Music Synthesizers Market has been performed while considering manufacturing expenses, labor cost, and raw materials along with their market concentration rate, suppliers, and the price trend. Other factors such as supply chain, downstream buyers, and sourcing strategy have been assessed to provide a comprehensive and in-depth view of the market. Buyers of the report will also be exposed to market positioning study with factors like target customer, brand strategy and pricing strategy taken into consideration.

Key questions answered by the report include:

  • What will be the market size and growth rate by the end of the forecast period?
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  • What are the potential growth opportunities and threats faced by the major market competitors?
  • What are the key findings of Porter’s Five Forces analysis and SWOT analysis of key players operating in the Global Music Synthesizer Market?
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  • What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the vendors in the global Music Synthesizers Market?

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Global Music Synthesizer Market Research Report 2021-2026

Chapter 1 Overview of Music Synthesizers Market

Chapter 2 Global Economic Impact on Industry

Chapter 3 Global Market Competition by Manufacturers

Chapter 4 Global Productions, Revenue (Value) by Region

Chapter 5 Global Supply (Production), Consumption, Export, Import by Regions

Chapter 6 Global Productions, Revenue (Value), Price Trend by Type

Chapter 7 Global Market Analysis by Application

Chapter 8 Manufacturing Cost Analysis

Chapter 9 Industrial Chain, Sourcing Strategy and Downstream Buyers

Chapter 10 Marketing Strategy Analysis, Distributors/Traders

Chapter 11 Market Effect Factors Analysis

Chapter 12 – Global Music Synthesizer Market Forecast

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The world’s first dedicated FL Studio controller Sun, 24 Apr 2022 00:35:56 +0000

Review: Novation FLKey – The World’s First Dedicated FL Studio Controllers

For 30 years now, English manufacturer of musical equipment Novation has made some of the best gear in the game – they’re no strangers to innovation, and with the release of FLKeythe world’s first line of dedicated FL Studio controllers, they have gone and taken their pioneering to an exciting new height.

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Thoughtful and elegant, FLKey lives up to the premise of being the ultimate controller for FL Studio. Consisting of the compact 25-key Mini and the larger and more practical 37 (named after the number of keys), the range has something for everyone. Both options have built-in controls for the software’s step sequencer, channel rack, and mixer, as well as a special Scale mode (and a Chord mode exclusively on the 37) to get the creative juices flowing. The functions and features are as numerous as they are easy to use…

Sequencer: Sequencer mode maps controller pads directly to the FL Studio step sequencer, intuitively visualizing the sequencer directly to the controller for quick and easy ideation.

Mixed: The 8 pots at the top of the mini and 37 put the mixing process right in your hands, allowing you to adjust volume and pan, with the 37 even being able to calibrate these same parameters in the channel rack for pre-mixing .

Scale: Mini gives you 4 different scale modes (Minor, Major, Dorian, and Phrygian), with 4 more available on the 37 (Mixolydian, Harmonic Minor, Major Pentatonic, and Minor Pentatonic) so you never hit the wrong note.

Deal: Available only on the 37, three chord modes (fixed, scale and user) make it easy to build progressions: fixed lets you build a chord and play it chromatically on the keyboard, scale chord lets you access banks of triads, sevenths, ninths and six ninths in a given scale, and the user allows you to create up to 16 chords to assign to the pad of your choice.

FLKey mini has play and record buttons right in the controller, along with the 37 dedicated stop, metronome, quantize, undo, redo, and score log buttons! Built-in channel rack buttons on both make it easy to navigate, while note repeating makes it easy to generate interesting patterns. There’s even a host of instruments and effects that come bundled with the controllers, including a free 6-month trial of FL Studio Producer Edition!

I was lucky enough to get my hands on an FLKey mini, and before I even plugged it in, I was amazed, but how wonderfully built it is. It’s incredibly light and strong, with pots and fingerboards clearly built to last. It didn’t take long after playing around with it in FL Studio to see how smooth everything was. The pads and touch strips are wonderfully responsive to the touch, and little details such as light intensity demonstrating the octave you’ve set make it an absolute pleasure to use. Where so many people sacrifice style for substance, Novation refused to compromise.

The bottom line is that whichever one you choose, Novation FLKey is just perfect for the producer who prefers FL Studio – the mini is excellent for the chamber musician for whom space is limited, and the 37 is ideal for anyone in need of a larger, more capable keyboard. The Novation FLKey mini and 37 are available on the official Novation website for $109.99 (or £83.33; €92.43) and $199.99 (or £166.66; €193.27) respectively. Still on the fence? Watch the video below for a quick look at these gorgeous controllers!

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