Interview with Inside Audio at our booth.
The participation at the Superbooth19 in Berlin, 09.-11.05.2019, is supported by the European Regional Development Fund (EFRE).
The Superbooth fair 2019 is over and we are back in Kiel. That was a lot of fun! We met so many inspiring and creative people and made music/danced with them and our Movesense motion sensors all day.
It was so nice to see how easy it is for people to make electronic music by using gestures only!
Additionally to that we met some musicians who are absolut musical idols for us and they were all pretty exited about our new technology and gave us very positive feedbacks, which made us feel really happy and save in our project.
So big thanks to Colin Benders, An On Bast, Florian Meindl, Acid Pauli, HRTL, Answer Code Request, Henning Baer and to everyone who came to our booth!!!
We also did some interviews with different blogs and magazines and will put them in our blog during the next days.
Thanks to all backers who already supported us on Kickstarter! We will keep you up to date.Kickstarter
2.4SINK and customized Movesense® sensors now available on Kickstarter!Kickstarter
2.4 → 2.4GHz = WI-FI & BLUETOOTH® LE ISM frequency band. The 2.4SINK Eurorack module is compatible with Open Sound Control (OSC) via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth® LE MIDI to provide an interface for various devices and sensors.YouTube Channel
Yesterday we won the 12min.me Startup Slam in Hamburg showcasing our upcoming product. Thanks to the organizers and sponsors for the great evening, the invitation and the interest in our ideas. It’s really great to see that people from a variety of backgrounds are open-minded about such special technologies like modular synthesizer interfaces, even though it looks very abstract at first.
See you at the next slam, where we will pass on the prize to the next winners!
»Schleswig-Holstein founders stipend for creative freedom on the stage«
The Business Development and Technology Transfer Corporation of Schleswig-Holstein (WTSH) supports us with the first steps in founding our own company for music technology by allowing us to work full-time on our first products. Thanks for that!
“He received a scholarship from Google, acquired valuable knowledge at the Queen Mary University of London’s Center for Digital Music, and established contacts with renowned experts. Now, Henrik Langer, a master’s student at the Kiel University of Applied Sciences, has worked with David Knop from the Muthesius Academy of Fine Arts and Niko Schöning, alumnus of the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel, convinced WTSH GmbH for a “founding scholarship Schleswig-Holstein”. What the three are up to, you read here:”Press Article
We are Henrik, Niko & David – together INSTRUMENTS OF THINGS. A start-up from Kiel for electronic music instruments.
Our goal? Developing and publishing innovative and new hardware products for producers, DJs and live artists!
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