Namm 2021 certainly brought a lot of exciting new releases to the forefront. Among those, here are our top five picks from Believe in Music week.
During NAMM 2021, Korg unveiled three brand new synthesizers planned for the year ahead. Including the ARP 2600 M, miniKORG 700FS, and modwave.
With over 800 voices and styles, the DGX-670 digital piano from Yamaha rings in as the company's first surprise product of NAMM 2021.
Yamaha announced expansion models to its popular YC61 keyboard. Effectively creating the now YC series, with newly introduced YC73 and YC88 models.
Ahead of NAMM 2021, IK Multimedia announced two new products. The Uno Synth Pro and Uno Synth Pro Desktop seamlessly combine portability and affordability.
M-Audio is back now with a new line of MIDI controllers called the Oxygen Pro. These are enhanced and revised versions of M-Audio's original Oxygen line.
Behringer's latest Swing MIDI controller includes everything required from an affordable unit. However, it seems to exactly clone Arturia's Keystep.
After a leak earlier this week, Korg has released its full specs list of its latest Nautilus workstation. As expected, it's loaded with lots of potential.
Following a leak of information surrounding its Nightsky pedal, Strymon formally announced its launch and full specs. And it's definitely something massive.
Arturia announced the release of its latest large frame synth, PolyBrute. Packed full of features, it's hard not to fall in love with this new model.
Eventide is back with a completely decked-out new reverb pedal, Blackhole. Complete with endless features, this time-based effects pedal is one not to miss!
IK Multimedia has finally launched a follow-up to the iRig Keys Mini -- the IK Multimedia iRig Keys 2 Mini. But just how much better is it?