Allen & Heath will launch the hotly anticipated new Xone:92 professional DJ mixer at the NAMM Show 2004 with a series of live performances by California-based DJ Brett King. Brett will be demonstrating the capabilities of the innovative new Xone:92 on the Allen&Heath booth (#7019, Arena, Anaheim Convention Center) throughout the show (January 15-18, 2004).
Allen & Heath has yet again raised the bar on DJ mixer design with the launch of the Xone:92, a six-channel mixer that incorporates the advanced technical demands of today's professional DJs and can be used across all DJ styles. With more and more DJs incorporating live elements and digital effects to enhance their performances, one new feature, a MIDI controller output, offers users the unique ability to manipulate virtually any piece of outboard MIDI equipment from controls on the mixer surface.
DJ Brett King, a rising star on the Southern California club scene, offers up a stompin' style of dark and devastating progressive house that takes listeners on a journey through a wide spectrum of deep and eerie bass-driven sounds. His tough style has been bumping dance floors since his first public appearance at Elements in Orange County, while his slick mixing skills have landed him at an ever-increasing array of clubs in Southern California, including Spundae, Traffic, Las Palmas/Monday Social, and The Viper Room.
DJ Brett King currently holds a residency with Traffic Events and on Eccentricbeats.com with his weekly Internet radio show, "Evolution Fridays." He recently opening for Phil K and Dave Seaman at Spundae in Hollywood and returns to the club on January 10, 2004 to open for Q-Burns and Mark Lewis.
The news of DJ Brett King's live appearances at the NAMM Show 2004 follows the announcement that Allen&Heath USA is holding a press conference on the Allen&Heath booth at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, January 15, 2004 to introduce the new cutting-edge Xone:92 professional DJ mixer to the U.S. and international press.