Companies starting with N

Native Instruments

Native Instruments is the backbeat to the music industry. As the leaders in digital music creation and performance, we're right there on stage and in the studio with global stars and legends in the making. Driven by our mission to make music creation more inclusive and accessible, our hardware, software and digital services provide innovative, fully-integrated solutions for hobbyists, amateurs and professionals of all styles and genres.

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.


Since 2014, Newzik's mission has been to make life easier for musicians who deal with masses of music scores and the constant challenge to share enriched content and keep everything in order. Driven by its initial successful collaboration with renowned orchestras and opera houses, Newzik has developed an intuitive software ecosystem allowing any musician to go paperless, save time, practice and perform better. No more heavy binders, page turning stress and endless photocopying.


Noise Engineering

Started as a hobby in 2014(ish), we cut our teeth making Eurorack synthesizer modules in new and unusual styles. As we've grown, we've added new products and platforms to the lineup, from 5U modules to software. However you like to make music, Noise Engineering is working hard to bring something exciting to you.

Nonlinear Labs GmbH

The C15 is an instrument for the performing musician, designed for playability and detailed sound editing. The embedded digital synthesis engine is based on phase modulation, a comb filter, and a feedback structure giving the C15 a unique character and creating crisp, organic, and complex sounds.


Novalia add interaction through touch to ordinary objects. Posters, walls, packaging, books and album covers for example can become musical interfaces with the addition of conduction ink and some simple electronics.