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[VIDEO] Interactive Physical Production Technology Will Allow Future Producers To Sculpt Their Sounds With Their Hands

The methods that artists have used to produce music has evolved significantly throughout the past 5 decades. Looking back into the early days of music production, a studio with industry standard equipment would cost millions of dollars to create. Fast forward to the present and most, if not all, of that studio technology is now virtual and available for only a fraction of the cost.

It is becoming increasingly relevant that the potential for an individual to create and manipulate sound is only going to increase as time goes on.

ReacTable is paving the way for exactly that. Reactable is the stepping stone towards the modern day revolution in music production. “Combining state-of-the-art technology and simple and intuitive designed features enables anybody who uses it to explore the world of music and sound creation in a truly engaging way.”

In fact, ReacTable LIVE, which is “designed to provide direct and intuitive interaction with sound through objects on a multi-touch enabled screen, it is perfect to play live and to unveil your creativity” is already sold out!

But no worries there because Reactable offers “an incredibly addictive music app” which is available for both iOS and Android devices.

You can learn more about Reactble HERE and check out Armin van Buuren engaging in the REACTABLE EXPERIENCE below.

Lets build a beat! #messe2015 #Frankfurt

uo Armin van Buuren ʎq pəʇsod ʎɐpɹnʇɐS, lıɹdɐ 18, 2015

tldr: basically a table that is from the future where today’s DJs children will grow up and use these interactive, glass table to make their pre-recorded DJ mixes.

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