The Soundbrenner Core: The 4-in-1 wearable smart music tool

The Soundbrenner Core, the 4-in-1 Smart Music Tool, brings all your most essential music tools in a premium wearable. It serves as your everyday watch plus a Vibrating Metronome, Magnetic Twist Tuner, and a Decibel Meter. The Core will allow you to focus on what matters; your music.

Featuring a revised and expanded version of the Pulse’s metronome software, Soundbrenner Core will allow users to delve into rhythm customisations, multiplayer synchronisation, DAW integration, and more, as well as integrating with the company’s original metronome app.

Perhaps the most exciting feature of Core is the removable tuner ring, which magnetically attaches to any guitar, bass, ukulele or violin. Able to detect micro-vibrations thanks to the in-built Piezo mic, Soundbrenner tells us that tuning can be achieved in even the noisiest of environments. The tuning ring also features LED lighting that serves as a tuning guide. The noisy environment considerations don’t stop there as Soundbrenner Core also features a decibel meter, that alerts the user to potentially harmful volume levels.

Best of all, the Core also functions as an everyday watch and can receive push and calls notifications from a user’s smartphone.

Available in two models, the Core is made of high-quality polycarbonate and aluminium, and the Core Steel made of, unsurprisingly, stainless steel. Both models are water (not submerged!) and dust resistant, and can sport five interchangeable straps made from silicone, woven nylon and premium Italian leather.

Pricing and Availability:
Soundbrenner Core is currently on Kickstarter with a $50,000 target. Discounts are available for very early birds with the Core at $229 and Core Steel at $329. It is estimated to ship out in early March 2019. To learn more head to the Soundbrenner website.

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About the Author

Director and DJ, Ian French (Naif) is passionate about many genres of music from Breakbeat and Drum & Bass to Techno and Electronica. A man that lives in a world of bass and beats, Ian is an obsessive collector of music and a true geek at heart, with many years spent in application design.