Overview:Incorporated in 2003 and headquartered in Los Altos, California, Sonoma Wire Works develops products and services that help musicians enjoy playing, recording and sharing music.
Sonoma's first products included RiffWorks™ guitar recording software with its unique InstantDrummer™with its award-winning effects. These products have received multiple awards for performance and innovation, including a NAMM Best in Show Trendsetter Award.
Since 2005, Sonoma has hosted 24 RiffRumble song contests sponsored by companies such as Taylor, Schecter, IK, Line 6, Dean Markley, Seymour Duncan, Codella Guitars, Recording Magazine and many others.
Sonoma Wire Works then developed FourTrack, StudioTrack and GuitarTone for iOS.
Sonoma's guitar playing customers always want more drums! So we acquired Paul Allen's Submersible Music DrumCore and KitCore software and drum libraries, as well as the Discrete Drums multitrack drum recording library in 2009.
In 2010, Sonoma launched GuitarJack™ Model 1 and partnered with Taylor Guitars to make Taylor EQ, which can be found in FourTrack.
In 2011, Sonoma launched the GuitarJack™ Model 2 audio input/output interface for iOS, then the GuitarJack 2 USB interface for iOS/Mac/Win in 2013.
In 2015, Sonoma released the next generation of GuitarJacks (GuitarJack Stage and StudioJack Mini).
In 2016, Sonoma launched the completely rebuilt DrumCore 4 plug-in (AAX/VST3/AU).
Next up? RiffWorks 3 development and much more.
Visit Sonoma at the next trade show. We'll be at Winter NAMM, Musikmesse and Taxi Road Rally.