Last month we introduced the second edition of MEFF, and now that the event is only 10 days away we can share some more details about it.
MEFF is a modular synthesizer exhibition/fair, created by TipTop Audio and Lattex Plus (landmark event organisation in Florence since 2010), involving many international and Italian brands in two days – 24th and 25th of March – guided by wires, patches and knobs.
The initiative engages a number of producers and suppliers of modular synthesizers along with the most advanced technologies in the field of (electronic) music production.
Along with Tiptop Audio you may find centrevillage, hosted recently at Tokyo Festival of Modular (TFOM), the German Tangible Waves, and the Dutch Gynko Synthèse and Error Instruments. Amongst the Italian brands MidiWare will showcase Moog and Arturia products, the craftsmanship of GRP, Euterpe Synthesizers, Frap Tools and Qosmo Modular.
MEFF will also host some of the most important Italian sellers and stores as Milk Audio Store and Martin Pas Store. The latter will display some products by the Russian Soma Electronics.
During the fair there will be live performances, which will see exhibitors playing along with some external guests in the ‘Performance Area’.
MEFF second edition sees a big change in the choice of location. Indeed, Tiptop Audio and Lattexplus have chosen Impact Hub to showcase the fair. Impact Hub Florence has a dual spirit, during the day it is a coworking space for hundreds of professionals who use workstations and offices and its event rooms are acoustically designed by the sound designer and engineer Donato Masci.
At evenings and at weekends, the location becomes BUH!, an urban club with a rich schedule of concerts, book presentations, panels, dinners and DJ sets.
Admission to the event for the public is free.
IMPACT HUB / BUH! Circolo Culturale Urbano 16, Via Panciatichi 50127 Florence (IT). See the map here. For further details see the Facebook event page.
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