Imagine the complete reinvention of the musician's audio toolbox.

Today's performers still have to bring crates of rack-mounted audio processors, unwieldy strings of heavy effects pedals, and large instruments with them to shows. The continued widespread proliferation of this specialized electronic equipment has begun to seem unnecessary in light of today's cheap, audio-capable, reconfigurable personal computers.

But laptop computers are fragile, expensive, and not well-suited to stage-quality audio. There has never been a viable alternative to expensive bulky single-purpose music gear, until the Audiopint. Consider a system that is small, lightweight, tough, able to be powered up, plugged in, and used immediately - but with flexible sounds that can be controlled by any computer-compatible input device, opening wide the space of expressive possibilities. An Audiopint can use midi controllers, joysticks, mice, touchpads, Arduinos, or any other custom controller - the possibilities are limitless.

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