Art+Logic at NAMM 2016


Once again, Art+Logic will have representatives from our engineering and recruiting departments attending the annual Winter NAMM Show in Anaheim, California.

NAMM, the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM), commonly called NAMM in reference to the organization’s popular NAMM trade shows, is the not-for-profit association that promotes the pleasures and benefits of making music and strengthens the $17 billion global music products industry. Our association — and our trade shows — serve as a hub for people wanting to seek out the newest innovations in musical products, recording technology, sound and lighting. NAMM’s activities and programs are designed to promote music making to people of all ages.

Art+Logic began 25 years ago as a company focused on providing custom software to the pro audio and music instrument industries, and though we’ve grown to expand our offerings far beyond that area, it remains one of the ongoing core competencies of our service portfolio.
We’ll be hoping to meet with previous, current, and potential clients over the first three days of the show later this week (Thursday, Jan 21 – Saturday Jan 23, 2016). If you’ll be there, and would like to set up a time to meet with us, please email me directly (
We’d also be interested to meet with talented developers or designers who’ll be there; see our careers page for a better understanding of the kinds of skills and backgrounds we’re interested in, and a bit of what it’s like to work with us.
Also, check back here (and on our @artandlogic twitter feed) later for updates from the show — manufacturers have been starting to put out teaser videos and press releases about new products to be unveiled at the show, and it looks like this should be an especially good one; we’re really looking forward to checking things out.
If you’re a developer, whether or not you’re interested in meeting with us — do be sure to check out the JUCE developer meetup that’s being held on Saturday night. JUCE version 4 was recently released, and there will be lots of new things to learn about it.
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