January 16-19, 2020
Exhibit at The NAMM Show
Anaheim Convention Center • California
Uniting the global synth community to see the latest products, explore cutting-edge education and experience exciting synth-related events.
Build Your Brand
Attract buyers, influencers and media companies from every segment in the industry.
A true global gathering, with qualified buyers attending from 130 countries and regions.
Collectively, the buying audience at The NAMM Show yields an estimated $11 billion in annual purchases.
Sell to thousands of buying firms and purchasing influencers.
Utilizing NAMM's platform allows exhibitors to extend their brand messages and target customers through social media.
Gain Media Exposure
The new area will be promoted to all show attendees through a variety of media groups and communities involved in promoting synths.
Exhibitors in the new Synth Central will have everything they need to connect with a global buying audience.
Each unit includes:
- 10’ x 5’, 50 square foot space
- 8' high back drape
- 3' side drapes
- (1) 10' x 5' black carpet
- (1) 6' counter high table
- (1) stool
- (1) 5-amp electrical outlet
- (1) 9” x 44: ID sign
- 400 lbs of material handling
- 8 exhibitor badges
Synth Education Sessions
Buyers, prospects, professionals and enthusiast will have a variety of education to choose from. Synth and related topics are always highlights of TEC Tracks sessions for sound, studio and stage pros.
Last year, sessions included the following highlights:
- The World of Early Moog Synthesizers
- Don Lewis: Defining Moments of the Synthesizer Revolution
- TEC Tracks Meetup: Moog Synths
- Keynote: Alan Parsons – Music Production Is Everywhere
- The Art of Sound Design (Featuring the Sound Synthesis Club)
- Innovations in Modular Synthesis
The Synth Legacy
The rich history of the synthesizer is celebrated across NAMM, through annual NAMM TEC Awards as part of the TECnology Hall of Fame, and the Oral History program, capturing the stories of our industry for future generations.
Innovators, artists, and legends help tell the story of the synth to a captivated audience at The NAMM Show. Past speakers have included:
John Chowning, Don Lewis, Michelle Moog-Koussa, Jordan Rudess, Alan Parsons, Robert Margouleff, Michael Boddicker, Geoff Downes, Kurt Ader, Oscar Caraballo, Jack Hotop, Chris Martirano, Ikuo Kakehashi, Bryan Bell, Mark Vail, Chris Halaby, Ellison Wolf, Burt Schiettecatte, Cindy Reichel, Pete Celi, Suzanne Ciani, Jerry Harrison, Julian Colbeck
Interactive Synth Exhibits
NAMM's Museum of Making Music will feature a special exhibition called Music from the Sound Up: The Creative Tools of Synthesis, which will give synthesis a humanistic spin through approachable and intuitive metaphors.