A new music interface and digital instrument has been created called Skoog, that has been design using patent pending technology. The Skoog music instrument connects wirelessly to your tablet or computer allowing you to then touch the tactile interface of the cube to “play what you feel”.
Skoog 2.0 is currently over on the Indiegogo website rising funds to go into manufacturing to the tune of £15,000. Watch the video below to learn more about this very unique digital instrument and how it works.
The Skoog music instrument has been designed with accessibility in mind, the Skoog interface can be used by musicians of all abilities, making it the go-to instrument for music therapists and assistive technologists, explain its creators.
“Skoog is a new way of playing, learning, making and enjoying music – A new musical instrument. A squishy hand-sized foam cube that connects to your ipad, tablet or computer. But unlike a traditional instrument, you don’t need to read music or memorise your scales to give this a go. All you need is a love of music.
Skoog is an uber-cool, app-ready, hands-on musical cube that brings your creativity to life. Skoog sets the standard for tactile control and redefines the musical landscape for novices and experts alike. “
For more information on the new Skoog 2.0 musical interface jump over to the Indiegogo website for details via the link below.