Wearable Gesture Control For Musicians Announced By Precision Music Technology

Precision Music Technology, a tech startup from Los Angeles, have just announced their breakthrough product that gives wearable motion control over your favourite software and analog synthesisers.

The Myo armband gives you the power to control your DAW, plugins and hardware controllers with your hands, touch-free. The Myo senses gesture and motion control to seamlessly interpret what your hands and fingers are doing, and transmits that information over Bluetooth.

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For the first time ever, control your favorite music software and analog synthesizers using custom gestures and movements with Myo. Perform chords, basslines, sequences, and entire songs with just the flick of your hand. Take powerful and detailed control of multiple FX with sweeping gestures. For use both in the studio and on stage – Leviathan is the ultimate performance tool – a true evolution in the way music is performed. Leviathan uses both MIDI and OSC to interface with any DAW, plugins or standalone music software.

System Requirements: Mac OS X 10.9.5 or higher. Windows and Mac OS X 10.8 version coming soon. Sign up to their mailing list and be the first to know.

Myo sold separately ($199)

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