IK is gearing up for the rapidly approaching 2019 NAMM show. We hope you can attend, as we have some very exciting new products in store for you! From January 16 - 19, 2020 NAMM guests can stop by ACC North Hall Level 2. Room #17202 at the Anaheim Convention Center to check out the latest and greatest from IK. We will have live demos as well as new product announcements.
We will have several guest artist throughout the weekend to showcase our newest products.
Thursday, January 16, 2020
Friday, January 17, 2020
Saturday, January 18, 2020
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Be the first to hear, see, and get your hands on IK's new forward-thinking music production tools at ACC North Hall Level 2. Room #17202 at The NAMM Show 2019 in Anaheim, California January 24-27, 2019.
Can't make it to the show? Visit the IK site and our social media channels like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube often for the latest product and industry news. You also may catch some live streaming and giveaways so follow or like us to make sure you get notified!
The NAMM Show 2020
January 16 - 19, 2020
ACC North Hall Level 2. Room #17202
Anaheim Convention Center
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Danny Gómez (Brian May, We Will Rock You, Nacho Cano, Toxic Productions) is a guitarist, producer and studio musician and much more. Danny currently works for Toxic Prod. and Massive Unity. He has worked with a range of artists and projects including Queen´s Brian May, Nacho Cano, La Quinta Estación, and Queen's "We Will Rock You" musical production.
Danny also works as a consultant and a designer who holds multiple patents. Learn more about Danny Gómez at https://dannygomez.net
Tom Lord-Alge is a Grammy winning American music producer, engineer and mixer. Having begun as an engineer and producer, he now works almost exclusively as a mix engineer.
Tom Lord-Alge is known for a wide-range of rock and contemporary acts from the likes of Marilyn Manson, The Rolling Stones and Weezer to Fall Out Boy, P!nk and Live.
Tom works out of his private mix room at Spank Studios in South Beach, Florida. For more information about Tom’s musical work, please visit his website:
Chris Lord-Alge is an American mix engineer. He is the brother of both Tom Lord-Alge and Jeff Lord-Alge, who are both audio engineers also. Chris Lord-Alge is known for his use of dynamic range compression. He is also known for collaborating with Howard Benson, who has produced the plurality of the albums Lord-Alge has mixed.
Chris Lord-Alge gained notoriety while working at Unique Recording Studios in New York City in the 1980s, at which place he mixed James Brown's Gravity album (which included the hit song "Living in America"), the Rocky IV soundtrack, Prince's Batman soundtrack, Joe Cocker's Unchain My Heart album, Chaka Khan's Destiny album, Carly Simon's Coming Around Again album, Tina Turner's Foreign Affair album and 12" remixes of Madonna's "La Isla Bonita", the Rolling Stones' "Too Much Blood" and Bruce Springsteen's "Dancing in the Dark", "Cover Me", and "Born in the U.S.A.". Learn more about Chris Lord-Alge at https://www.chrislordalge.com
Warren Huart is an English record producer, musician, composer and recording engineer based in Los Angeles, California who has worked as a music producer and/or engineer for artist like The Fray, Aerosmith, Korn, Better Than Ezra, James Blunt, Matisyahu, Ace Frehley and others.
He owns and operates Spitfire Studio in Los Angeles and is the founder of an educational website and YouTube channel called "Produce Like A Pro" with over 160,000 subscribers worldwide.
Michigan-based Jim Alfredson is a true master keygboardist, musical director, and synthesizer guru. Jim has served as keyboardist and musical director for Root Doctor, formed the jazz trio organissimo in 2000, and has released a very limited edition solo CD In Memorandum for his father. He's also produced and engineered multiple albums for Greg Nagy and has performed on the road and in the studio for years both solo, with his own groups, and with multiple artists.
Jim is a Hammond-Suzuki endorsed artist and a true Hammond B-3X believer, having performed multiple live streams and videos using IK's breakthrough Hammond B3 virtual instrument. Learn more about Jim Alfredson at https://jimalfredson.com
Tony Succar is a Latin GRAMMY® Award winning producer, multi-instrumentalist, and composer/arranger whose talents stem from a passion for music gifted to him early on in life. Born in Lima, Peru and raised in Miami Florida, Succar is grateful to have come from a family of musicians.
Tony has worked with a number of prominent artists in the Latin music genres including Tito Nieves, La India, Kevin Ceballo, Michael Stuart, Jon Secada, Jennifer Peña, Jean Rodriguez and Obie Bermúdez, who all collaborated with him on Unity: The Latin Tribute to Michael Jackson. Learn more about Tony Succar at https://tonysuccar.com
Active since the mid-1980s, he started working as an arranger, bassist, and guitarist for several underground jazz-rock bands. In the 1990s, he started his work as engineer and producer, recording over 40 jazz-pop-rock albums of Italian and International acts and writing music for TV.
His collaborations and productions include Stefano Bollani, Andy Bell/Philip Larsen, Katja Werker, Don Grusin, Adrina Thorpe, My Excellence, Erik Friedlander, Tessa Drummond, Peter Doran, Martin Klein, Papermoon and many others.
Chris Dudley is an American composer/multi-instrumentalist most known as the keyboardist in the band Underoath. With 3 Grammy nominations, over one million albums sold, and multiple world tours with Underoath, Chris has been engrossed in music industry for over 2 decades. In recent years, Chris has also become known for his film scoring and commercial work alongside the studio albums with Underoath.
Gavin Lurssen, ten-time GRAMMY nominee four-time GRAMMY® Award winner, has been a mastering engineer since 1991 and has been in the forefront of and contributor to the many technical developments that have taken place in the industry over the past two decades. Gavin Lurssen and Reuben Cohen of Lurssen Mastering have mastered albums for artists such as Foo Fighters, Ben Harper, Queens Of The Stone Age, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Eric Clapton, Miranda Lambert, Rickie Lee Jones and Elvis Costello - to name just a few.
Gavin, Reuben, and Lurssen Mastering have been working with IK for many years. Their studio, Lurssen Mastering, has helped bring many great soundtracks, albums, and songs to life with their unique console, workflow and expertise. As great fans of their work, we teamed up with Lurssen to bring this console to your studio with our Lurssen Mastering Console. Learn more at https://www.lurssenmastering.com and check out Lurssen Mastering Console at https://www.ikmultimedia.com/lurssen
Industry veteran Ross Hogarth is a multi-platinum and multi GRAMMY® Award winning producer / mixer / engineer who has been working in the music industry for over three decades. Ross started in New York City as a guitarist/singer/songrwriter during the 1970s. After making his way to California, he had the rare opportunity to hook up with both the San Francisco Bay area’s exploding New Wave music scene and Southern Cal’s seminal rock scene. He progressed from being on the road doing production and sound with Jackson Browne, David Lindley, Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat and Fleetwood Mac to becoming therespected world-class producer, mixer, and recording engineer he is today.
Ross is no stranger to producing, recording, or mixing music anywhere - from the iconic rooms (and plates and chambers) of Sunset Sound to The Alley rehearsal studios to his home studio, Ross Hogarth knows that music is a truly spiritual process. Learn more about Ross at http://www.hoaxproductions.com
Joe Chiccarelli is ten-time Grammy and Latin Grammy Award-winning producer/engineer/mixer, based at Sunset Sound Studios in Hollywood, CA. Responsible for album sales well over 30 million, he has produced albums by Stan Ridgway, Morrissey, Oingo Boingo, Spoon, The Shins, Sandra Bernhard, My Morning Jacket, Counting Crows, Augie March, Manchester Orchestra, Minus the Bear, Boy & Bear, Kurt Elling, Saints Of Valory, and Big Talk. Other artists include Elton John, Rufus Wainright, U2, Alanis Morissette, Beck, Etta James, Jamie Cullum, Al Stewart, Tori Amos, The Strokes, The Killers, , Cage The Elephant, Cafe Tacuba, Pink Martini, Christina Perri, Glenn Frey and Jason Mraz.
Joe also engineered Frank Zappa's albums Sheik Yerbouti, Joe's Garage Acts I, II & III and Tinseltown Rebellion, and engineered the White Stripes 2007 album Icky Thump. He also engineered The Raconteurs, Consolers of the Lonely, for which he received his eighth of ten Grammy awards, for Best Engineered Album of 2008. Learn more at https://www.joechiccarelli.com
Brian Charente is a Hammond endorsed, Steeplechase and Positone recording artist, always near the top of the Downbeat Critic's Poll for organ. He tours and teaches constantly and writes for quite a few music magazines including Muzikus in CZ, Keys in DE, and Keyboard in the US. Learn more about Brian Charette at https://www.briancharette.com
“Though he’s pretty much a household name in heavy metal, Alex defies categorization by musical genre.” (Making Music, Jan 2015).
From his origins as a star student of Joe Satriani and an original member of Testament to his current work with Metal Allegiance (the Nuclear Blast signed supergroup of which he’s a core writer and producer) and more, Alex Skolnick has certainly blazed a unique musical trail.
Alex is not just an original member of Bay Area thrashers Testament (which he joined at age sixteen) – he’s a respected New York improviser of multiple styles, a writer, and educator, and much more. Emerging as one of the original melodic thrash guitarists (alongside Marty Friedman), Alex later moved to New York and earned a BfA in Jazz from The New School. He’s served as guest instructor at the G4 Experience alongside Eric Johnson, Mike Keneally, and Steve Vai and has taught and played alongside Alphonso Johnson (Weather Report) and Dennis Chambers (John Scofield/John McLaughlin) at Warwick Bass Camp.
Now a longtime resident of Brooklyn New York, he has gone on to release several critically acclaimed albums with the Alex Skolnick Trio. He also reunited with Testament in 2005, the impact of which has eclipsed the band’s initial run). When not supporting the likes of Slayer and Megadeth on tour with Testament, Alex can be found headlining The Blue Note in Milan, Agharta in Prague, New York’s Iridium or various elegant venues across the world. He is also a first call player for jazz/rock projects including the Stu Hamm/Alex Skolnick/Chad Wackerman power trio, Jane Getter Premonition, as well as “Celebrating Allan Holdsworth,” in which Alex is one of several guitarists with the prestigious position of filling in for the late, great innovator at a series of shows with his (Holdsworth’s) touring band. The accomplishments of Alex could fill a book, please visit
Born and Raised in Mexico City, Tonio Ruiz has been a professional musician, guitar player, singer, and record producer for over 25 years. He has toured throughout many countries such as the United States, Mexico, Central and South America, and Spain and has played at many types of venues including festivals, solo and group shows, as well as guitar clinics. Tonio has recorded 4 albums with CODA: Three in the 1990s and a new one in 2015.
Known as the godfather of Thrash metal, Gary Holt joined Exodus in 1981 and played in the bands early days alongside his then-bandmate Kirk Hammett (Metallica). Over the subsequent 35+ years, Gary has played on every Exodus album, In 201, his unmistakable super aggressive playing style made him the idea choice as the guitarist in Slayer.