Your audio system can't match the purity of a real violin. That's why Paroutaud Music Laboratories released the $17,500 Virtuoso Violin Machine. "Developed by Paroutaud Music Laboratories, the Virtuoso violin was invented by TV and film scorer Fred Paroutaud and the late Dr. Thomas Paine, administrator of NASA during the Apollo moon flights and the former president of Northrop Corporation"
From the Product Page:
- It's an acoustic violin.
- It's MIDI compatible
- It plays itself
- It plays with expression and subtlety.
- Its bow moves delicately across the string, mimicking actual hand movement
- Its bow is actually playing the violin.
- It will both astonish and please you or any of your friends and family that see and hear it play.
1. Acoustic-technology Hybrid Instruments - There is an increasing trend towards the development of instruments that combine traditional acoustic sound with cutting-edge technology, offering new performance possibilities and convenience.
2. Automated Musical Performance - As technology advances, we see an increasing trend towards instruments that can play themselves, offering new opportunities to musicians, composers, and music lovers alike.
3. Precision Control of Acoustic Instruments - As technology improves, there is a trend towards more precise control of acoustic instruments, enabling musicians to achieve levels of expression and subtlety that were previously impossible.
1. Music Instrument Manufacturing - There are opportunities for manufacturers to create new, unique hybrid instruments that combine acoustic and electronic sound generation and control.
2. Audio Technology - The development of new, advanced MIDI systems and other audio technologies offers vast opportunities for innovation in the musical performance industry.
3. Automated Musical Performance Systems - There is a growing market for automated musical performance systems, with potential applications in live performance, recording, and entertainment in general.