Our Partners

We're surrounded by some of the best. MIDI.org represents over 60 companies that make MIDI products.

MIDI Hardware

Access Music Electronics GmbH

Access Music is a privately held manufacturer of musical instruments from Germany. Founded in 1997 with the mission to hardware editors to _access_ the sound parameters buried in menu driven synthesizers, we soon found out that building our own synthesizer would be much more fun.

ADJ Group

Starting in 1985 as a supplier of lighting products to mobile entertainers, the Los Angeles, California-based ADJ Group has grown into a diversified global enterprise that includes five successful companies: American DJ, Elation Professional Lighting, Acclaim Lighting, American Audio and Global Truss. Collectively, these companies provide lighting, audio and staging products for nightclubs, discos, mobile entertainers, bands, concert tours, theatre productions, TV shows, cruise ships, churches, trade shows, architectural applications and more.

ALLEN ORGAN COMPANY, LLC

When a congregation expresses its faith through music, there is only one instrument equal to producing a sound as elemental, eternal, and exuberant as its celebration - the organ. The majestic sound of organ music will always be the sound of devotion. Sound that sweeps through the congregation in a wave of symphonic power. Sound you feel - in the soles of your feet and the depths of your heart. Sound that equals the spirit of your worship. The sound of an Allen Organ.

Bome Software

MIDI performance software and hardware used for customization by controllerists, DJ's, theaters, performance artists, music studios, and many other creative enthusiasts.

Gibson

The home of Gibson electric guitars today is "Gibson USA," built in 1974 in Nashville specifically for the production of Gibson's Les Paul guitars. Although the entire guitar industry went through a slump in the late '70s, the spirit of innovation remained strong at Gibson. In response to a growing demand for vintage stylings, Gibson tapped its rich history and reissued the dot-neck version of the ES-335 in 1981 and the flametop sunburst Les Paul in 1982. At the same time, two legendary guitarists joined Gibson- B.B. King in 1980 with the Lucille model and Chet Atkins in 1982 with his new concept of a solidbody acoustic guitar.

iConnectivity

iConnectivity develops hardware for musicians that adds mobile devices and computers to their toolset, and is changing the way musicians wire their gear through network connectivity capabilities. The products we make and the people we reach are all part of why we dare to create devices that reduce complexity and cost for everyone with a passion for creating, recording, exploring or supporting music. Built for the creative; always exploring for ways to be better, together.

IK Multimedia

The driving philosophy behind all of our products is to give musicians the tools they need to be creative and productive.  We want to make our products both aspirational and affordable. IK Multimedia, Musicians First.

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Keith McMillen Instruments

Keith McMillen Instruments develops innovative hardware and software technologies that allow musicians to interface with computers in exciting new ways. Based in Berkeley, California, KMI’s products provide today’s musician with the tools needed to bring new dimensions of expression and control to their performance. We believe when a computer is played as a musical instrument it should feel and respond like one, with all the nuance and sensitivity that makes an instrument musical.

Medeli

Medeli Electronics believes the full enjoyment of music greatly relies on high-quality musical instruments. We are dedicated to producing top quality digital products for players of all kinds of music.  Medeli inspires and empowers music enthusiast to enjoy grow and share.




MIND Music Labs

MIND comes from an idea of Michele Benincaso, an Italian “Maestro” from Cremona’s Antonio Stradivari Luthiery’ School. After working in the guitar world for more than 10 years producing guitars for world-famous guitar players, in April 2013 Michele understood that while the world was changing at a fast pace and musicians’ needs were constantly evolving, guitars and most music instruments were stuck in the ’60s – with artists increasingly resorting to electronic equipment and computers to fill this gap. Michele decided to do what Stradivari did in the ‘600s and Fender did in the ’60s: use state of the art technology and design to build instruments that satisfy the needs of contemporary musicians, constantly looking for new sound and new ways to express themselves and reach more people. Music players’ needs and habits have changed, and so need to do their instruments. To accompany him in this mission, he has put together a dream-team of experts in the most diverse fields, from physical acoustics to wireless networks and computer engineering – contemporary versions of the skilled scientists and craftsmen that supported Stradivari in its creations. Among them are Prof. Carlo Fischione, a mathematician and leading scholar in IoT technologies, currently teaching at MIT and Harvard, Luca Turchet, an expert in Electronic Music and Virtual Reality and Stefano Zambon, an audio and embedded systems designer with a broad experience in advanced digital musical instruments. After two years during which the team worked non-stop in the company’s headquarter – a small basement in the suburbs of Stockholm – MIND is now part of STING, Sweden’s leading startup incubator – and is ready to present to the World its first creation: Sensus, the World’s first REAL smart guitar. Sensus is the natural evolution guitar players have been waiting for 50 years, and its technology is as diverse as the members of MIND’s team: a unique mix of acoustic tradition and state of the art technology covered by 3 international patents. Among the people who already believed in MIND’s mission and invested in it are music and technology angel investors Jacob Key – former Vice President of Digital Strategy for Europe at Warner Music Group – and Ludvig Linge – co-founder of TAT, a world leader in mobile user interfaces acquired by RIM at the end of 2010. With them are Per Brilioth, CEO at Vostok New Ventures LTD and Marcelo Benitez, founder of Proaltus Capital Partners S.L.

Moog Music

Moog Music is the leading producer of analog synthesizers in the world. The employee-owned company and its customers carry on the legacy of its founder, electronic musical instrument pioneer, Dr. Bob Moog.  All of Moog’s instruments are hand built in its factory in Asheville, NC.
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Nektar Technology, Inc

Since being founded in 2009, we have been passionate about our mission to bridge the gap between powerful music software and controller hardware and to create transparent and intuitive tactile products that allow musicians to control and operate music software, as if its hardware.

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Novalia

Novalia’s technology adds touch, connectivity and data to surfaces around us.

We play in the space between the physical and digital using beautiful, tactile printed touch sensors to connect people, places and objects.

Roland

Roland Corporation is a leading manufacturer and distributor of electronic musical instruments, including keyboards and synthesizers, guitar products, electronic percussion, digital recording equipment, amplifiers, and audio processing devices. With over 40 years of innovation that continues to shape the sound of modern music, Roland sets the standards in music technology for the world to follow.

ROLI Ltd

ROLI makes the ultra-expressive Seaboard range of musical instruments, the Equator and NOISE synthesizers, the JUCE C++ framework, and Blend.io which connects musicians, producers, and listeners.

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