Korg, Roland and Pioneer will also be in attendance.
The annual Brighton Music Conference has revealed which companies will be attending its tech showcases next month, alongside the conference’s schedule of masterclasses, panels, talks and events.
A total of 60 companies will be on hand to show off their gear, including Korg, Roland, Ableton, Native Instruments, Pioneer DJ, Allen & Heath, Audio Technica and more. Novation will also be on had to offer the first punblic demonstration of its Launchpad Pro, as well as an “intimate” tech showcase form former Orbital member Paul Hartnoll.
Native Instruments will be demonstrating their new audio format, Stems, while Ableton will be presenting a series of seminars inspired by Dennis DeSantis’ recent book Making Music – 74 Creative Strategies for Electronic Music Producers, which sees DeSantis will host a panel alongside Evil Nine, Alex Banks and Max Wheeler.
Other companies include Steinberg, exhibiting the latest version of its flagship DAW, Cubase 8 Pro, and Funktion One, showcasing its new self-powered bass system.
The Brighton Music Conference takes place on June 5-6, and also features a number of evening club events and label showcases – full details and tickets can be found at the BMC website.