Comments (0)
News |  30 Sep 2013 16:16 |  By RnMTeam

Imagine, create, and perform with Intel 'Intelligent Sounds'

MUMBAI: Love creating music, but don’t have band members for the gig? Fear not, because technology’s here to rescue you. Giving a preview of what a band of tablet computers can do, Intel showcased an interesting project – ‘Intelligent Sounds’ – with award-winning Australian musician and producer Flume. The concept reflects a brave technological experiment which sees ‘Felix the robot conductor’, his tablet-powered band members, and their instruments come to life to perform a new Flume track created specifically for this purpose.

With music festivals such as NH7 weekender, and special television format shows such as The Dewarist, MTV Sound Trippin, MTV Unplugged and Coke Studio becoming immensely popular in India, the stage is set for independent artists to blend music and technology to create magic. And Intel’s new initiative will help amateur and established artists do exactly that.

Jayant Murty, Intel’s director of brand strategy and integrated marketing for the Asia Pacific, says “While it is common place to have tablets play your music but it’s rare to have tablets create them. Intel technology transforms these devices from tools for consuming content into innovative instruments that allow for incredible self-expression. As innovators and trendsetters in the technology industry, Intel in collaboration with world’s latest must-have gadget creatively powered by Intel processors brings alive an exceptional combination where touch technology and composition come together to produce unique music."