Meet the Innovators of NAMM 2021
Updated: 4 days ago
If you've ever been to NAMM, the annual trade show of the National Association of Music Merchandisers, you know it can be hard to hunt down what's crazy, cool, and truly innovative among the sea of instruments, gear, and software. That's why we're gathering together innovators from all corners of the trade show to demo their newest, wildest musical inventions!
"Meet the Innovators of NAMM" at three different demo events and find out what's new from KORG, Mi.Mu Gloves, Playtronica, SkoogMusic, and more during NAMM's all-online Believe in Music Week, January 18-24, 2021.
There are two ways to participate:
1. Join the events online, even if you're not attending NAMM! Register for any or all of these events to see and hear demos, chat, and get in a little Music Tectonics speed networking as well:
Friday January 22, 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Yamaha's YDS-150 Digital Saxophone, with Product Specialist Austin Snowden
Roland's VERSELAB MV-1 takes your track from hands-on music creation to radio-ready, with DJ Channel Strategy Manager Daniel Lee
Instruments of Things' 2.4SINK Wireless Motion Sensor Interface, with IoT CEO Henrik Langer
Fluid Pitch gives your pitch bend wheel super powers, with Pitch Innovations CEO Krishna Chetan T R
Audible Reality Pro: infinite personalized audio experiences, with Audible Reality CEO Matt Boerum
2. If you are attending NAMM's virtual Believe in Music Week show, join us in our Music Tectonics Innovation Hub booth at the same times for all our demo events!
Believe In Music Week attendees can watch past sessions in the NAMM event platform until Feb 28.
Tuesday January 19, 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
KORG's latest digital synth, the opsix, with Senior Brand Manager James Sajeva represents a new and expansive reimagination of classic digital synthesis.
Skoog 2.0 "musicplay" controller and app, with Skoogmusic Director Ben Schogler
Thursday January 21, 11:00 am PT / 2:00 pm ET
Mi.Mu Gloves wearable musical instrument and Glover app, with Mi.Mu UX Designer / Performer Chagall van den Berg
Maschine +, Native Instruments' first-ever standalone unit, with Native Global Product Specialist Lead Brian Kullas
The latest from Teenage Engineering, with Evangelist Tobias von Hofsten
Audionamix On-Demand stem separation, with Senior Engineer Stephen Oliver and Biz Dev Cory Sims
Casio's CDP-S350 Digital Piano, with General Manager of Marketing Mike Martin