As many users would expect, the sensitive information of current products has always been subject to legally-binding non-disclosure agreements with our partners and worldwide support network. But why are legacy products also subject to this rule? After all, some of them are 20+ years old so what is the problem with now sharing these?
In recent years the policy changed to protect the Music Tribe brands and their far-reaching legacy; consider for example the TFM series of Flashline monitors that are closely based on the older TMW series or the fact that older designs are revisited and given a modern twist, for example the classic DN780 reverb unit is now an emulated plug-in FX unit on the screens of Midas PRO series consoles.
As our future is built on our past, we reserve the right to protect our intellectual property.
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