Kickstarter for the first real portable musical instrument


Zurich, Switzerland, April 08, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – voiding is the Swiss-made XR laptop that turns movement into sound. It doesn’t matter if users already have ten Grammys or have never purchased a musical instrument, with Mictic they will be expressing themselves the minute they put on the bracelets and connect via Bluetooth. Now, Mictic is inviting the Kickstarter community to participate in the launch and become the first to get their hands on the limited edition product for the first time in September at special introductory prices.

Mictic has worked with major record label artists and professional dancers across all genres to get here. Centuries of Swiss engineering have also inspired us: our patented technology detects movement with extremely precise sensors, and translates and transmits the movement as sound to your smartphone in milliseconds.

And now we want to see what people will do with it in the real world, with the first instrument sounds included like electric guitar, drums, cello, and genre-based soundscapes like EDM, Trap, and Hip Hop. . Users can even play with our science fiction, kung fu and gaming experiences. More and more instruments and sounds will be available for download all the time, including those developed in partnership with major artists. We’re not just another MIDI controller like some other devices, but, yes, Mictic can work with your favorite digital audio workstation like Ableton, Logic, Pro Tools, Garageband, or hundreds of other MIDI compatible applications.

“Whether you perform on stage, in the studio or on TikTok, you will be able to integrate Mictic into what you do before everyone else,” said Mictic CEO Mershad Javan. “The artist in you will love to experience this new musical tool without any rules, no one to tell you what you can’t do.”

Mictic has been featured on Billboard, BBC, Sky News, New Atlas, Mixdown, and Protocol (which called him “The Laptop for Dropping Beats, Not Books”). The product will launch worldwide in the fourth quarter at a suggested retail price of $ 139 per pair.

Kickstarter bounties include price cuts on controller packages starting at $ 89 a pair and the excitement of being the first to get the limited series before everyone else. The VIP package provides the supporter with a professional air-mailed video team and fully produced video using Mictic, as well as massive social media support for their creative product.

See the full Kickstarter campaign with demo videos and product drawings here.

For remote live demos and interviews with the Mictic team, contact [email protected]

The full press kit with photos, logos and videos at first sight is here.

Learn more about Mictic at

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