Source Audio Appoints Korg Canada As Its Exclusive Canadian Distributor

Guitar and bass effects manufacturer Source Audio LLC has announced that Korg Canada will become the company’s exclusive distributor in Canada. 

“We are thrilled to be working with Korg,” says Source Audio President, Roger K. Smith. “Canada is one of the most important markets for Source Audio globally, and having a partner with the depth and experience of Korg is an ideal solution for us.”

“Korg Canada is very happy and excited to add Source Audio to its line of products,” adds Korg General Manager, Steve Knowles. “The quality of sound, craftsmanship, and forward thinking of Source Audio products makes it a perfect fit”.

Korg Canada joins Warwick in Central Europe, Letusa in Spain, Okada in Japan, and Strings and Things in Great Britain as key distribution partners for Source Audio.

Source Audio was founded in January 2005 by former engineers, scientists, and executives of Analog Devices, Kurzweil Music Systems, and Thomas H. Lee Partners. In 2006, Source Audio released its flagship product, the Hot Hand Motion-Sensing Ring. Since that time, Source Audio’s distortion, filter, modulation and Hot Hand products have been used by Aerosmith, David Bowie, Phish, My Morning Jacket, The Cure, Porcupine Tree, Umphrey’s McGee, Adrian Belew, and others.

For more information, contact Korg Canada: 514-457-2555, FAX 514-457-0055,,

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Michael Raine is the Senior Editor at Canadian Music Trade. He is also a co-host of the popular Canadian Musician Radio weekly podcast.