The Worlds First Wearable Device For Musicians

Indiegogo campaign aims to change the way we use a metronome      04/05/15

The Worlds First Wearable Device For Musicians


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Surely everyone has been there; in the studio listening to the click for hours upon end, the drummer complaining that the click isn't loud enough, the guitarist complaining that they don't like the sound of the click the singer not listening to the click and then singing out of time!

The reverse can also be true too, a band can get so tight on the metronome that everything sounds rigid, boring and lifeless.

The one thing that really used to irritate me about going into the studio was knowing that the click track would be ringing in my ears for days after the session. Well now the click track may no longer have to be listened too.

The Soundbrenner Pulse aims to remove the click from your ears and insert it into your body!

Using a vibration pad the Soundbrenner Pulse aims to give you a much more natural feel for the metronome than an audible click. As if someone was tapping you on the shoulder.

When you're making music you often tap your foot or move your body. The feeling of the vibration attempts to integrate that body feeling of the metronome. So that you don't need to focus so much on the audible click, allowing you to focus more on the music!

With over 27days left to go on the indiegogo campaign the Soundbrenner Pulse has already smashed it's target of $75,000.

 



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