MIND Music Labs

At NAMM 2019, MIND Music Labs is showing of the latest developments of the ELK MusicOS, the MOS (Music Operating System) for use in embedded environments.

MIND Music Labs' recent announcement of a close partnership with Propellerhead to support its RE plug-in format in ELK means more than 530 instruments and effects from over 180 developers can now run in the ELK environment. Propellerhead CEO Ernst Nathorst-Böös said: "Propellerhead is thrilled to partner with MIND Music Labs to help manufacturers build groundbreaking hardware products based on ELK MusicOS in the most cost-effective and scalable way."

DV Mark's Smart Multiamp is all set to be released at The 2019 NAMM Show as the first Powered by ELK MusicOS product to hit the market. Marco De Virgilis, President at DV Mark and Mark Bass Original, says: "Thanks to ELK MusicOS, we have been able to release the most advanced all-in-one digital guitar device on the market, and the first amp to run VST plug-ins with the lowest latency you can imagine."

Lastly but not least, MML is following up on the recent announcement of ELK support being included in the VST SDK and will show some VST plug-ins from the likes of Overloud, Audio Modeling, and HISE running on hardware at ultra-low latency on three different prototype configurations using processors hardware manufacturers will surely be interested in — namely, an Intel Atom Cherry Trail X5-Z8350, an NXP i.MX7d ARM, and a Raspberry Pi 3.

If you are going to NAMM, check out MIND Music Labs' at Booth #16321.



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