These unique, custom built guitar pedals for guitarists and synths are capable of some remarkable effects and results. See and hear them in action in this short video from Soundmit.
Alain from WaveLicker introduces his unique synthesizer modules, including a setup he created for a world-famous theremin player, and his infamous Christmas tree / song pattern playing module.
This multi-talented MIDI controller looks like nothing else we saw at Soundmit. But just what can it do? Find out in this short hands-on video demo.
Kim Bjørn, author of Push Turn Move, Patch & Tweak and Pedal Crush, bring his humour, passion and knowledge to this video interview and offers you a first-look preview of his latest book.
Chris Calcutt showcases the ins and outs of the new, powerful Launchpad X and Launchpad Mini MK3 at Soundmit 2019.
Odla is a keyboard for digital writing of music compatible with the main music composition softwares, accessible to blind users as well and with a design that makes it one of a kind.
Check out a live walkthrough of the latest affordable Eurorack modules from Dreadbox. We caught up with them during our trip to Soundmit 2019.
The JoMoX Resonator Neuronium is back for a limited time and in limited quantities. Jurgen Michaelis shows us around this gorgeous machine at Soundmit 2019, Turin, Itlay.
Imagine being able to control VCV rack with hardware that is super affordable and will essentially give you a eurorack-style setup for a fraction of the cost. This is MIDILAR.
This 22 band full analog design vocoder is quite something to witness in action as we discovered when we caught up with the developers showing it off at Soundmit 2019.
This intriguing instrument has been developed by Nori Ubukata. We got a special hands-on demo of it at Soundmit 2019.
One of the most popular machines at Soundmit 2019 was LeafAudio's Microphonic Soundbox. Here's what makes it such an interesting acoustic, wooden instrument for the modern sound designer.
Here's what is possible to achieve with the new GRID from Intech Studios. This video is from Soundmit in Italy.
Full details of all the exhibitors, classes, demos and performances can now be found on the event's website. Here are some highlights.
The Soundmit4Hackability contest is free to enter with a deadline of 20th October 2019. Here's how to get involved.