The most exciting music production gear event of the year has kicked off in Anaheim.
And even though we haven’t been able to travel there to witness all the announcements and new pieces of gear, we reached out to our friends from lists for all, who recently put together a list of the best free music websites, to find out what the most exciting news from the event are.
Here are 6 pieces of gear that got us really excited:
Moog’s New Synth: Subsequent 25
Moog’s new product is a 2-note paraphonic analog synthesizer. As always, this thing looks smooth as butter and has integrates seamlessly with any DAW.
It’s quite compact, has only 25 keys, and is meant to be an upgrade of the Sub Phatty.
We can’t wait to get our hands in one to write a review.
Gibson / Slash collaboration
Another talking point has been slash’s new signature guitar with Gibson.
He took the stage to premiere the collection, which will include an acoustic guitar and two electrical guitar models.
Retailing prices start at 2 999$.
IK Multimedia’s New Audio Interface: AXE I/O SOLO
IK Multimedia’s main surprise for NAMM 2020 was its new audio interface, the AXE I/O Solo.
With a focus on simple, affordable and high quality guitar recording, the I/0 solo is set to become one of our favorite audio interfaces for home recordings.