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Plugin Alliance To Debut New Plug Ins At @NAMM 2017



The Plug In Alliance recently announced that they will be unveiling two new advanced plug ins at the 2017 National Association of Music Merchants Show. The 2017 NAMM Show will be held in Anaheim on January 19-22. The all new plug ins are from Black Box Analogue Design and the other is from Brainworx. The Plug In Alliance looks to  introduce other surprises to the show as they now feature 75 plug ins from 15 development partners currently in the alliance as the Alliance continues with an aggressive expansion effort.

Plugin Alliance LLC, based in Wilmington, Delaware with offices in Santa Cruz, California– is far more than just a web site. Plugin Alliance is a new world standard, supporting all major plugin formats and uniting some of the best-known international audio companies under one, virtual roof. Plugin Alliance empowers world-renowned analog hardware companies with a digital strategy and provides software developers with services that allow them to develop products with increasing quality and quantity.


We do this by providing world-class marketing and distribution as well as platform features like a state of the art authorization system. Plugin Alliance invites all developers, engineers, and artists to join our fast-growing community. Below is a list of our current partner companies, and some valuable information on what makes them unique.

The Plugin Alliance looks to have a formidable presence at the show as alliance members, Brainworx, Chandler Limited, Black Box Analogue Design, Elysia, Unfiltered Audio, Dangerous Music, Maag Audio, ENGL and Lindell Audio will all have booths displaying their most recent and cutting edge technology.

The Plugin Alliance will also be hosting a panel discussion at NAMM 2017. The event is called New Paradigms for Music Creation and Monetization and will feature such prominent speakers as six Grammy Award winning mix engineers and producers as well as informative and engaging discussion regarding the plug in technologies that are creating new and exciting sounds and the creative services currently available to the industry.

Kevin Sawyer

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