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While we were in Berlin for our Masterclass we also had a chance to check out Superbooth 2019!
If you don’t already know what Superbooth is, it’s an annual electronic music instrument/music festival which brings together an extensive number of vendors and artists who demonstrate their latest products, perform live or just come for the shows Electronica-related events.
This year we had the opportunity to speak with a variety of manufacturers who are all bringing their own unique wares to the industry.
Here are a few of the many marvellous companies who I was able to speak to during Superbooth 2019.
Bastl is about bringing people together and accomplishing cool things as a community. Their main focus is on development and production of electronic musical instruments – from portable sound boxes, studio instruments or utilities to fully featured modular synthesizer systems.
Bastl is a company who truly believes in the power of people they do all sorts of community projects, such as organizing music-related events, coffee roasting, record label, educational content, workshops they even have a clothing production. Bastl is based in Brno, Czech Republic.
Bitwig strives to inspire artists to take greater control of their music, giving them access to every aspect of their production. Streamlining their creative process and quickly evolve ideas into complete songs, tracks, and compositions.
With Bitwig Studio you can Record and arrange, improvise and perform, or do it all at once. This is the next generation of music creation and performance software.
Since the launch of Bitwig Studio, a growing number of artists across all musical genres have adopted Bitwig Studios for their production and performance. Check it out for yourself here.
Eventide has more than 40 years in the business of delivering relevant audio broadcasting and recording products that artists are excited to record with. Eventide started in a New York basement in 1971 and since then has become a standard in studios worldwide.
Eventide’s flagship multi-effects processor, the H9000, continues their unbroken tradition of delivering industry-leading signal processing power to the pro audio community.
the H9000 comes loaded with 1600 unique algorithms from recreations of beloved classics to Eventide’s latest and greatest effects.
Roli started with the Seaboard. A soft, rippling surface of pressure-sensitive silicone. It was the newest thing to happen in the keyboard world since about the year 1700.
Combining digital technologies and a new approach to culturally embedded designs, Roli instruments look familiar. But they’re light years ahead in their musical powers.
Every year their technology becomes more accessible. Smaller, more approachable, and they’re getting closer to their long-term goal: empowering everyone to make music.
Euterpe Synthesizers Laboratories is an Italy based company that strives to bring Innovation and difference to the music industry.
They don’t believe in producing a product that any other company could produce just to make a profit. E.S.L. Isn’t a company that will spread programmed to-die metal chassis worldwide. Their passion is to leave a mark in music history, even if it’s a small one. – This is why Euterpe exists right now.
In 1978 Klaus Fischer self-developed digital Pitch transposer with delay, sound sampling and sequencer function was presented to a broad audience at the Tonmeistertagung in Berlin for the first time.
Due to the great success, it came to a license agreement with the Barth KG, the early 1980s where Fischer’s patent “glitch-free audio loop” found its application.
Audios sounds influenced the pop and film music of the 1980s. Even today, the Barth AUDIOS can be found in current music productions and continues to gain in popularity, especially as it can now be retrofitted by his inventor Klaus Fischer with numerous interfaces to the modular world.
PreSonus is a fast-growing company, and in addition to developing new and exciting product lines is there to give you the best possible experience after you buy their products.
Friendly, helpful tech-support folks await your calls. Manuals are written in clear, straightforward English and are professionally edited—then professionally translated into other languages. You get prompt, efficient service and they offer a super-useful Web site with a wealth of instructional videos.
True, PreSonus exists to create, sell, and support fine audio products but They want to make their city and the world a better place, too. Their green initiative reflects their respect for the environment, emphasizing clean, green, sustainable manufacturing and operations.
Nektar Technology, Inc was founded in 2009, they have been passionate about their mission to bridge the gap between powerful music software and controller hardware. With software continuously evolving, a plethora of instruments and effects have become available.
Nektar recognizes that music creation has become more accessible to the many but the evolution of computer music hardware, unfortunately, has not matched the progress of software so their mission was born: Create transparent and intuitive tactile products that allow musicians to control and operate music software as if its hardware.
IK Multimedia was started in 1996 by two Italian engineers who emulated electronic circuits using DSP algorithms. Their driving philosophy behind all of their products is: give musicians the tools they want/need to be creative and productive.
During today’s video, we take look at their UNO Drum. It’s the ultimate beat creation station for anyone and everyone to create warm, punchy, high-quality, and inspiring grooves.
Made in collaboration with Italian analog specialist Soundmachines, UNO Drum follows the acclaimed UNO Synth, combining massive analog tone with digital flexibility and convenience.
Tegeler builds devices that they actually want to take into the studio and use. They don’t have product managers or marketing experts telling them which controls will result in the greatest return on investment.
Every control Tegeler includes is there because it plays a specific role in everyday production. They would rather omit superfluous controls so you find what you need faster when you’re in the studio.
1,000 functions always lead to another 100,000 decisions to be made. However, often all this really means is that someone didn’t really want to commit. – They committed
On their devices you get the options you need, right where you need them. Their Summing Bundle includes everything you need for analog summing.
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