WMD Back In Business, Making some ‘Legacy’ Modules Available Again

WMD founder William Mathewson let us know that the company is back in business, and some of its modules are available again.

The company shut down at the end of 2022. At the time, they were unable to reliably get the parts they needed to be able to introduce and manufacturer synth modules.

“I needed a little time to sort things out,” explains Mathewson.  “I’ve restructured a lot of things in my life and have made more bandwidth for designing new musical tools. I’m excited to be making electronics and music as my artistic outlet again.”

Mathewson says that some of their ‘legacy gear’ is back in stock. Preorders are also now open for a final run of Synchrodyne Expands, and the last of the Synchrodyne modules is already available on the site.

“I hope to have announcements about new gear to help you create the music I love to hear you make,” he adds. “Until then, check out some of the new WMD merch, and if you’re in Denver, check out some of the events we are sponsoring.”

Find out more on the WMD website.


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