30 Mar in TechWe are getting more Sci-Fi by the minute! The Dyson Zone headphones filter the air you breathe whilst you listen to your favourite tunes.
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30 Mar in TechWearable technology is growing and so are the discrete audio solutions that enable the features. We explore the invisible Apple AirPods!
21 Sep 2021 in TechNew creative technology for performance and production. We take a look at the new SOMI-1 motion tracking controller system from Instruments of Things.
25 Feb 2020 in SynthsSpanish hopefuls Music Fingers has some wearable instruments in the shape of thimbles designed to get you tapping out tunes and playing along with your fingers.
12 Nov 2019 in StudioDo you like to move it move it? GripBeats is a wireless Bluetooth MIDI controller with motion and touch sensors that you can wear on your wrist. The Kickstarter campaign has launched today!
31 Jul 2019 in StudioIt's another one of those wearables this time in the shape of a wristband. Mictic will let you play sounds and samples from your phone while you dance about the place.
09 Apr 2019 in LiveShure has introduced the Twinplex series lavalier microphones. The sub-miniature wearable microphones feature a new dual-diaphragm design. They come in various colors and with a choice of connectors.
01 Mar 2019 in OtherThe developer of Chest Hair Bra Beat has just created the solution to all of your problems: put on this wearable chest hair device and open up your shirt to make sexy sounds!
15 Oct 2018 in StudioThe MINI.MU is a simplified gesture-controlled musical instrument based on the MI.MU glove developed by Imogen Heap. But this one you get to sew the gloves and write the code yourself.
03 Oct 2018 in StudioForget your iWatch and your phone apps, strap a useful tool to your wrist. The Soundbrenner Core has a pulsing metronome, a magnetic tuner, decibel meter, multi-sync, DAW sync and even tells the time.
07 Mar 2018 in StudioWave is a ring fueled by movement and spews data over Bluetooth to control all your MIDI gear. It tracks the tilt, pan and roll of your hand and tap triggers. Plus there's a Eurorack module to translate it to ...