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NAMM 2024: What could we see at next year's convention?

NAMM 2024: What could we see at next year's convention?  ·  Source: NAMM


With the NAMM 2024 show just around the corner, we’re keen to see some new prototypes on show and find out which brands have new gear to launch.


NAMM 2024 will be running from January 25-28 at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, California.

If you’re unfamiliar with the event, NAMM is a trade conference that has brought together manufacturers, professionals, and equipment dealers in the music, audio, and events sectors for over 100 years.

Just to recap, let’s go check out some of the highlights from NAMM 2023 earlier this year:

What could we see at NAMM 2024?

From budget to high-end audio, we’ve had some exciting new gear releases recently like the new Focusrite Scarlett 4th Gen range, the Focal Trio6 monitors, and the Rupert Neve Designs Master Bus Transformer.

That being said, NAMM 2024 promises to be one of the biggest shows in recent years. So in the meantime, we’re theorizing as to what we could see on the showroom floor.

Will the big synth brands like Roland and KORG have something in store for us? Or will Waldorf steal the show with an insane monster synth we didn’t know we needed?

What are your theories and which products are you hoping to see launched? Please let us know in the comments below!

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4 responses to “NAMM 2024: What could we see at next year’s convention?”

    Sam says:

    Namm is a waste of time and we all know it .

    Kevin L. says:

    NAMM 2024. I wonder will Roland introduce a replacement for the very old EA-7 Arranger. The Korg PA 700 etc are getting ‘long in the tooth’ too. If not I’d say they are leaving it up to Yamaha to service the arranger market.

    Tim Bly says:

    I always enjoy NAMM because it’s the biggest music/audio/lighting store on the planet. U can ask hard questions about the products & demo many of the products. It’s also the people at NAMM. Love it!

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