Tuna Knobs | Stick On iPad DJ Mixer Dials

Tuna Knobs Let iPad DJ’s Mix With More Control


Tuna Knobs bring the control of mixing consoles to computer tablets.

Tuna KnobsWith the increasing sophistication of the Internet, WiFi technology and digital music production; the distribution and commercial consumption of new music has become essentially instantaneous. Many music producers now use high-tech equipment like Ableton Live, a software music sequencer and digital audio workstation for macOS and Windows. Also, the avid use of computer tablets has given rise to the iPad DJ, and with Tuna Knobs high-tech DJ’s can have the accurate mixing control of a traditional console without carrying around a lot of equipment.

Tuna Knobs Supported Apps

Created by Dutch design startup TWTG, Tuna Knobs resemble traditional console radial sliders. Conductive rubber suction cups adhere Tuna Knobs to the tablet touchscreen and when connected with a mixing function, the knob manipulates the apps digital slider at the Dj’s prompt.


The concept is to make computer tablet music mixing as much like its conventional counterpart as possible. Check out the video below to learn more.

Kickstarter: www.kck.st/1oHhJrV
Website: www.tunadjgear.com
Contact: www.facebook.com/samuel.verburg

Source | http://www.springwise.com/


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