Forget the Air Guitar -- Use Your Cell Phone for Your Next Solo

Stauder, Libby York
March 2006
Wireless Week;3/20/2006, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on the launch of Mobile Musical Instruments (MMI), a cellular telephone-as-musical-instrument concept, by Sonic Network founder and president Jennifer Hruska at the 2006 Game Developers Conference held in San Jose, California. Music creation capabilities of the system; Other features of the MMI.


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