NAMM 2013 is now in the history books, with throngs of show-goers and hoards of manufacturers finally recovering from jet-lag and hangovers, following the music industry’s premiere annual trade show event in Southern California. It was standing room only in the MOTU booth throughout the show, with special guests and artist appearances over four days, along with a sneak preview of a major MOTU software upgrade.
Making its world debut, Symphonic Instrument 2 was unveiled on the main stage of the MOTU booth on Day 1 of the NAMM show 2013. On hand to show it off were product specialist Matt Vanacoro and Special Guest Artist Jordan Rudess, the amazing keyboard player for the seminal prog-rock band Dream Theater. Matt and Jordan also demonstrated MachFive 3 and the growing 3rd-party library support for the MachFive 3 platform.