Turn movement into music with iPhone
Turn your movements into music using your iPhone with the AUUG Motion Synth
What if your iPhone could become more than just a sound module ? If you could use it as an instrument ?
This is what you can achieve with the AUUG Motion Synth, some kind of new and original audio / video controller !
Music through motion
The AUUG Motion Synth transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into a new kind of musical instrument:
An expressive controller that lets you play notes via touch and shape their sound through motion.
Play any sound
The AUUG Motion Synth creates sound by tracking your movements and screen touches to ‘play’ other iOS sound apps, giving you access to a vast array of sounds and effects.
You can also play external devices like hardware synths or vocal harmonizers as well as control audio or visual software on a laptop.
The AUUG grip ergonomically secures your iOS device to your hand and provides tactile screen feedback, so you can comfortably and accurately play the screen with your fingers and move the device freely at the same time.
The AUUG app converts your iOS device’s motion sensor data into signals for shaping sound, and transfers these signals to other iOS sound apps or external devices. It also lets you design and save your own ways of controlling sound through motion as presets.
AUUG Cloud icon
The AUUG cloud will let you download and upload AUUG app presets directly from your iOS device, allowing the AUUG user community to share and discuss their latest ideas for controlling sounds and visuals through motion.
Some will say it’s a gadget, they would be wrong. iOS platform has proved to be one of the most creative actually available and there is a bright future for applications developers and / or accessories manufacturers if they manage to find the right balance between fun of use and strong technical specifications.
Modern music is today all about mobility reflecting the world surrounding us.
A tool like the AUUG Grip actually enhance the polyvalence of what we call a “smart phone”.
With such a reduced size, one could easily forget that what we have under hands is truly a computer and it was made to be used in many ways, for many means, by many peoples.
Such accessories can be used on stage and give a little something more to the musician who is performing, a modern touch, a visual aspect, something that change peoples perceptions of what it is to play an instrument.
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