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Thursday, May 19 • 10:00am - 6:00pm
Modular Marketplace

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An electronic bazaar shop showcasing the latest and greatest from a lineup of innovative instrument makers. Boutique electronics, experimental effects, and modern modular synthesizers combine for an interactive exhibition where the public can engage with new musical devices and their designers.

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4ms Company has been designing and building innovative audio electronics for | musicians since 1996. 4ms Company offers alternatives to traditional instruments with our poly-rhythmic clock modules that create evolving complex mathematical beat patterns, a resonator that can cast pop music into micro-tonal keys, a chaos generator that confounds attempts to make the same sound twice, a routing matrix that's played like an instrument, and... Read More →


Artiphon is a consumer electronics company designing creative technologies for everyday music-making.
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Audulus is a cross-platform visual programming environment that allows you to design sound from first principles. Audulus is a *modular* modular synthesizer, providing the ingredients to create your own modules from scratch. Classrooms and workshops around the world are already using Audulus to teach the fundamentals of synthesis. Even some analog synthesizer companies are now using Audulus to prototype new products. Audulus is frequently updated... Read More →


Delptronics designs and manufactures Eurorack synthesizer modules, drum machines, and all manner of unique electronic musical instruments.


Intellijel is a Canadian based team of engineers, university professors, musicians and synth geeks. | Their deep passion for electronic music has lead them to create a large range of sophisticated and high quality modular synthesizer products used by musicians and fellow synth nerds worldwide.


Neuronics is an exciting new adventure in scientific sound synthesis helmed by Leon Dewan of Dewanatron and Producer Josh Humphrey.


Reverb.com's mission is to create the best place for musicians to buy and sell the gear they use to create the music they love. Our marketplace was built to foster safe and secure transactions, inspire musicians to discover more ways to expand their playing and sound, and cultivate the most vibrant and inspired music community anywhere online.
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Sensory Percussion is a hardware/software system that works to bridge the gap between acoustic drum playing and electronic sound. It turns the surface of your drum into an expressive digital music controller, allowing you to control complex electronic sound mappings by just playing the drums, translating all the human nuances of live performance through to the digital sounds. While standard trigger systems turn your drum into little more than... Read More →
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Synthrotek started in Seattle in late 2009 as both a business and a passion. Steve started building his own small synths by taking laser paper, acid, and an iron and etching his own boards. It occurred to him that other folks might want to do the same thing, but with much less hassle. He recruited a couple locals to help design the projects that he was working on. The Atari Punk Console was their first completed project. Since then, we have... Read More →


WMD is a manufacturer of music hardware including Modular Synthesizers, Guitar Pedals, and stand alone music instruments. Our focus is to create quality products with an emphasis on features and versatility. In addition to our own line of products we offer manufacturing services to both startups and established modular synthesizer companies.
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Kilpatrick Audio

Kilpatrick Audio strives to create unique and interesting musical equipment designed to sound great, be fun to use, and to inspire musical ideas in the exploration of new sounds. Through use of both new and vintage circuits, and cutting edge software Kilpatrick Audio makes inspiring experiences.

Malekko Heavy Industry Corporation

Malekko Heavy Industry Corporation designs and builds products in Portland Oregon USA, specializing in both synthesizer modules and guitar pedals. The company is co-owned by entrepreneur Josh Holley and music industry veteran Paul Barker of bands Ministry, Puscifer, Lead Into Gold, and others.

The Counterpointer

The Counterpointer is a synthesizer that generates three-voice harmonies in the style of Bach. To an alto melody created by the user, it generates bass and soprano voices based on the rules of eighteenth–century counterpoint. Created by Luisa Pereira ––an artist, engineer, and musician based in New York City–– The Counterpointer is the first device in The Well–Sequenced Synthesizer, a series of devices that... Read More →

Noise Engineering

Noise Engineering is character in a small footprint. Digital when it works, analog when itworks. Exploring new sound spaces to help broaden the universe of musical tone in thecontext of a proper interactive interface.

Suit & Tie Guy

Suit & Tie Guy designs and manufactures Eurorack and Moog (MU) format modular synthesizers in the middle of America. Suit & Tie Guy develops many modular circuits, but specializes in sequencing, timing, and clock functionality in the modular environment. 

LZX Industries

LZX Industries create modular instruments for analogue video synthesis and processing.
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Bastl Instruments

Bastl Instruments is a dynamic and community driven company focused on producinghand-made electronic musical instruments. The products we make mainly spring fromour needs we have as musicians and range from tabletop instruments and utilities tomodules for eurorack modular systems. We are based in Brno, Czech Republic wherewe also run a small shop called noise.kitchen . It all started in 2011 as Standuino andtransformed into Bastl in 2013. In 2015... Read More →
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Mutable Instruments

Olivier Gillet has been crafting audio signal processing code for more than two decades, working on projects as diverse as research on drum loop analysis or automatic music transcription, recommendation systems for online music services, game audio engines, or one of the very first mobile DAW. In 2009, he designed his first hardware synthesizer, the Shruti-1, to teach himself electronics. The project became popular in the Synth DIY community, and... Read More →
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Bleep Labs

Bleep Labs
Bleep Labs has been designing and building analog and digital synthesizer kits and noise | friends since 2006.
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Modular Marketplace

From an instrument that can make any musical sound imaginable to the latest DIY modular synthesizers, Moogfest 2016 will showcase the future of electronic music at the Modular Marketplace, a free, interactive pop-up where fans can play with, test-drive, and experience the next generation of musical devices and meet their designers. | | Playing the wares and interacting with the designers is encouraged in this pulsating electronic instrument... Read More →
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Black Market Modular

Black Market Modular is a modular synthesizer/accessories/cable manufacturer and is the designer of the new open-source "modular-modular" format known as ColourCV with it's release of the eurorack version of the Colour Palette.

Sputnik Modular

Modular Synths influenced by West Coast design philosophy.
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ZVEX Modular

After nearly two decades of designing innovative guitar pedals, ZVEX Effects is entering the modular synthesizer market by debuting it's new line of eurorack modules.

Big City Music

Big City Music is a Los Angeles based synth shop with boutique pedals, modular synths, and other electronic instruments exclusive to BCM. We have specialized in analog synth sales since 1995, first in vintage equipment sales and eventually expanding into the growing "new" analog market.
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Make Noise

What started as a re-visioning of jettisoned music technology grew into a crew of folks— Make Noise—working together in Asheville, NC, to design and build some pretty strange, but thoughtful modular synthesizers. We see our instruments as a collaboration with musicians who create once in a lifetime performances that push boundaries and play the notes between the notes to discover the unfound sounds. We want our instruments to be an... Read More →
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Electric Objects

EO1 by Electric Objects is an Internet-connected screen designed specifically for art, capable of playing video, animations, high definition images, or web-based work. Discover and display more than 10,000 works of art. Browse collections curated by prominent artists, publishers, libraries, and museums, and keep anything you like. Display your own GIFs, pics, video, and web art, too.
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Endangered Audio Research

Endangered Audio Research is a boutique guitar pedal and modular synthesizer company based in Asheville, North Carolina. Focusing on rescuing and updating old and forgotten circuits, EAR brings vintage sound to the modern market without the vintage price tag.
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Erogenous Tones

Erogenous Tones is an audio hardware and software company founded by Rick Burnett in 2015 to pursue his passions as an electrical engineer and musician. After being introduced to the eurorack modular format at Moogfest 2012, his interest was drawn towards participation in the modular community - leading him to collaborate with Andrew Morelli and Steady State Fate on his first modular offering 'GateStorm’, an advanced gate generator... Read More →

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