MATRIXSYNTH: Joué, an innovative and evolving instrument simplifying digital music playing

Thursday, October 27, 2016

Joué, an innovative and evolving instrument simplifying digital music playing


Published on Oct 19, 2016 Joué SAS

Playlist:
Joué Prototype #1 - Introduction
All about Joué design.
Pascal is playing Joué with GarageBand's Synth
Arnaud is scratching with Joué on Ableton Live
Pascal is playing Joué with GarageBand's Electric Guitar
Arnaud is playing Joué with Ableton Live Drums
Pascal is playing Joué on GarageBand's Guitar

Some details via www.play-joue.com:

The Concept

Joué is an innovative and evolving instrument simplifying digital music playing. It offers beginners and professional artists a unique level of expressivity and spontaneity.

Joué is made of wood and is equipped with a pressure sensitive sensor on which magic modules are placed. Modules like piano keys, guitar strings, drums pads or 3D control surfaces offer an infinite playground for musicians.

Joué connects to smartphones, tablets or computers using a USB cable. When touched, magic modules send data to your favorite DAW or virtual instrument using MIDI protocol.
Thanks to the high sensitivity of its sensors and to the unique texture of the modules, Joué offers a completely new playing experience. It allows natural gestures such as vibrato, bending, finger drumming and high velocity sensing normally reserved to traditional instruments to being used with digital and electronic instruments.

Thanks to the high sensitivity of its sensors and to the unique texture of the modules, Joué offers a completely new playing experience. It allows natural gestures such as vibrato, bending, finger drumming and high velocity sensing normally reserved to traditional instruments to being used with digital and electronic instruments.

Each module can be configured using the Joué editor software. Once the module is tuned, the configuration is stored in the module itself allowing exchanges during a live performance."

via CDM


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