Modal Electronics


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About Modal Electronics

The UK-based MODAL Electronics began in 2000, established by synth enthusiast and current CEO Philip Taysom. MODAL set about building their dream polyphonic synth and in 2014 released MODAL 002 — the first analogue/digital hybrid polysynth to have been designed, developed, and manufactured in the UK for over four decades. 

In 2019, on the back of a period of growth involving a range of new products, Modal appointed CMI as their Australian distributor:

“This is a very exciting time for Modal and we are extremely excited to be working with CMI. They represent everything we are looking for in a distributor, integrity, great sales and marketing focus, and excellent customer service. I am totally convinced this will be an excellent appointment and very much look forward to be taking the MODAL brand forward in Australia, with CMI driving the business.”

-Jon Bickle, the Head of International Sales for Modal Electronics


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      In most cases, No. CMI is a wholesaler, we distribute our products to retailers around Australia. Please visit the home page or brand pages to find an authorised retailer near you. Bulk orders or commercial application products may be an exception, please contact us to discuss.

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