11:00 am - 7:00 pm

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The Octagon Centre. See venue details and map...


WALK UP RATE – £13 (does not include a bag)

Advance General Admission – £10 [SOLD OUT]

Each ticket allows access to the exhibition and all seminars, talks and demos. (first come first served basis).


Manufacturer Showcase | Modular Meet | Retailers | Q&A Sessions | Seminars & Demos

SynthFest UK has been created by Sound On Sound magazine, in partnership with Sensoria, to give companies of all sizes an opportunity to showcase their synth products in front of the public in what promises to be a great day out for all musicians, whether a pro, semi-pro or hobbyist.

With ever-growing interest in analogue, digital and modular synths, more and more synth gear is now coming onto the market in the form of new products and vintage re-releases from big brand manufacturers and small boutique makers.

SynthFest UK will be running a number of related events throughout the day to appeal to a wide audience.


The main floor of the show will host the Manufacturer Showcase Village – Abstract Data / AJH Synth / Analogue Solutions / Arturia / Behringer / Cymru Beats / Eventide / Expert Sleepers / Future Sound Systems / Genelec / GForce / GMSN! Pure Modular / Infection Music / Korg UK / KMR Audio / Lamond Design / Modal Electronics / Moog / Patchblocks / PreSonus / Rebel Technology / Red Dog Music / Rich Tone Music / RSL (Rockschool Ltd) / Rubadub Music & Technology / SamplecrazeScan / Softube / Soulsby Synthesizers / Soundgas / Studio Electronics / Studiologic / Thonk – DIY Synthesizer Kits / Yamaha.


There will be a Modular Meet Camp where enthusiastic musicians and fans of all things ‘synth’ can show off their personal setups. There will also be areas for retailers of CDs, vinyl and other related products.

Plus around the building there will be dedicated areas for a programme of Q&A Sessions, including How To Get Started With Modular / VIP Roundtable Discussion, plus Seminars & Demos – Gordon Charlton – Theremin / Ian Boddy – French Connection, Ondes Martenot keyboard / Marc Doty – Bob Moog Foundation / Alex Harker – Max for Ableton Live / Ian Helliwell – Early British Electronic Music / Alex McLean – Live Coding / Kelly Snook & Kris Halpin – Mi-Mu Synth Controller Gloves.

+ pop-up cinema screening Bright Sparks and Gary Numan: Android in La La Land.

See SynthFest UK for full details and schedule.


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