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Blokas, EastWest, Gewa, Ploytec, Second Sound and Spectrasonics Join MMA


Six New Companies Join the MIDI Manufacturers Association (MMA) at Winter NAMM 2019 


With the MIDI 2.0 specification moving forward, more and more new companies are joining the MMA. 

Blokas (https://blokas.io/)  is the team behind PiSound, an ultra-low latency high-quality sound card and MIDI interface specially designed for Raspberry Pi pocket computer and Midihiub, a stand-alone MIDI event processor, router & MIDI interface.

 EASTWEST (soundsonline.com) is one of the largest virtual (software) instrument companies in the world. 

Gewa (Gewamusic.com/) makes digital pianos and electronic drums that feature MIDI.

Ploytec (Ploytec.com) develops chipsets for USB MIDI and audio as well as the PL2, analog synthesizer module and the ONE.2 MIDI CLOCK TAP TEMPO PEDAL. 

Second Sound (secondsound.com) makes chips for audio-to-synth technology that have analog synth components and translate audio into CV or MIDI signals to control pitch. 

Spectrasonics ( Spectrasonics.net ) makes Omnisphere, Stylus, Trillian and Keyscape- some of the most popular virtual software synths in the market. 

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