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iRing to control music on Apple devices

Monday, January 13, 2014

A company called IK Multimedia has showed in CES 2014 its new product for Apple music devices, the product is called “iRing”, which is a finger-worn device serving as a motion-tracking controller, the iRing allows users to control sound effects and other music parameters within apps using hand gestures.

The new device is designed to be worn between two fingers while operating musical instruments and other more traditional music controllers, allowing simple hand movements to be translated into commands within supported apps. Up to six different parameters can be used in each app, with one or two hands completing gestures.

IK Multimedia's iRing includes two double-sided ring controllers and two free apps for music applications: iRing Music Maker and iRing FX/Controller, the first app will not require any music knowledge and allows for simple gestures to change beats and control rhythmic elements, but the other is aimed for professional  musicians and DJs

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