MATRIXSYNTH: Free L.A. Synth Expo Returns to Echo Park with Increased Modular presence

Friday, September 20, 2019

Free L.A. Synth Expo Returns to Echo Park with Increased Modular presence


RSVP Here "After the 2018 launch, which brought over 1,000 musicians to a warehouse in Echo Park, the free Los Angeles Synth & Pedal Expo will return on September 28-29, 2019 in the same space on West Temple Street, in collaboration with local stores Analogue Haven, Noisebug and Truetone Music.

The involvement of Modular specialists Analog Haven and Noisebug (selling most products at a discount for the occasion) boosted the presence of Eurorack builders: this year there will be an entire room dedicated to the format.

A larger space will host the large format synth companies (see floorplan), where many established builders will have the opportunity to showcase their latest products.

There's a lot of curiosity, in particular, for the new ASM Hydrasynth and the EarthQuaker Devices Eurorack version of their Afterneath Reverb. Their presence at the show will represent some sort of West Coast debut. Tangible Instrument will also showcase the soon to be in production prototype of the company's new synth.

As usual, the show will feature a rich presence of pedal manufacturers. The stompbox format in recent years has developed in creative ways that have attracted the attention of the more creative synth players, with devices by companies like EarthQuaker Devices, Red Panda, Meris and Chase Bliss Audio (among others), whose effects will be represented at the LA show.

Like all the other Synth & Pedal Expos, there's no charge at the door. Here's the list of confirmed manufacturers

SYNTH BUILDERS

1010 Music
Analog Cases
Arturia
ASM
Elektron
Eventide
IK Multimedia
LA Circuits
MOOG
Mystic Circuits
Novation
Roland
Rosen Audio
Ruach Music
Sensel
Steady State Fate
Strange Electronic
Tangible Instruments
WMD
Yamaha


PEDAL MANUFACTURERS
Aclam Guitars
BOSS
Chase Bliss Audio
Creepy Fingers Effects
Danelectro
Death By Audio
Dunlop
EarthQuaker Devices
Emma Electronics
Empress FX
Eventide
JAM Pedals
JHS Pedals
Keeley Electronics
KMA Machines
Lounsberry Pedals
Massive FX
Meris
Mod Kits DIY
MXR
NUX
Pigtronix
Red Panda Lab
Supro
Teisco
Thorpy Effects
TWA
Voodoo Lab
Walrus Audio
Way Huge"

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