61 – Product: Update on the SABRE Multi Sensor with Matthias Mueller

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In this episode of the podcast I speak with Matthias Mueller, who is the co-inventor of a device called the SABRE. The SABRE is a device that connects to your clarinet or saxophone and transfers pressure and motion information to your computer. This allows you to augment your performance in amazing ways in a live setting.

The SABRE was first discussed on Episode 33 of the podcast when the device was still in its infancy, but now it’s almost ready for commercial release! Learn where and when the SABRE will become available, and some of the exciting ways it will revolutionize clarinet playing in the 21st century.

Discussion Topics

  • SABre will be presented at ClarinetFest 2017
  • Availability and pricing
  • Will it be available to try at ClarinetFest
  • What exactly is the SABRE
  • How is the SABRE installed?
  • Why the SABRE uses bluetooth
  • Is it coming for iPad?
  • How long is the batter life? Is it rechargeable?
  • Why the SABre “just has to work”
  • Getting composers and players to use it
  • Matthias’ new CD
  • What’s it like composing for the sabre?
  • How do score markings work?
  • Where to find the SABre online
  • Artistic possibilities of the SABre
  • Why 20th century music is so “serious”
  • Meeting Karlheinz Stockhausen
  • Come to the concert and booth at ClarinetFest!

Mentioned

See the SABRE in Action

About the SABre

The SABRE multisensor is a must-have for the innovative contemporary clarinetist or saxophonist. It will help you realize your most powerful performances with live electronics, visuals or anything else you want to connect with the SABRE multisensor. Multiply your performance possibilities, opportunities and skills with this very handy and easy-to-use device!

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Clarineat Podcast Production Team:

Theme music for the Clarineat Podcast is performed by Tom Puwalski (Episodes 1-49), and Michael Lowenstern (episodes 50 to present).



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