• The Physical Dimension in Music has Arrived….

    StudioFeed Introduces
    Tactile Audio Technology
    Allowing Music Producers, DJs & Listeners to FEEL Music
    • Kickstarter Campaign Launch March 5, 2013
    • Formal Consumer Launch Spring 2013

    “It’s all about SubPac from now on.”
    Gilles Peterson, BBC Radio

    LOS ANGELES, CA – March 5, 2013 – StudioFeed introduces SubPac, portable tactile audio technology that takes sound to the physical dimension through an innovative device that allows users to actually feel music. For use with any existing audio source, the high-fidelity SubPac allows music to be physically experienced by quietly transferring low frequencies directly to the body. Users experience the ‘boom’ of a kick drum, the warmth of an 808, the expression of a bassist, and the richness of soundscapes through a quiet and portable device. In line with StudioFeed’s community focus, SubPac will launch through Kickstarter on March 5, 2013, with early bird pricing set at $275. The formal launch will take place in Spring 2013. With offices in Toronto and Los Angeles, StudioFeed is a social venture that supports independent music through community engagement and technology development. For more information, please visit http://thesubpac.com.

    “Without a doubt the most useful studio tool I have come across in many years.”
    – Adrian Sherwood (Warp, On-U Sound)

    SubPac is lightweight and versatile, and can be used in a seated or laying position. It works with any sound source (including Mp3 player, computer, mixing board, gaming console or musical instrument), is simple to operate, quiet to the outside world, and is used along with any headphones or external speaker system.

    SubPac transports the listener to a visceral ‘club’ or ‘live’ experience in the comfort of their home, or on the go. For the producer or DJ, it allows for more accurate monitoring of low frequencies in any studio setup. SubPac adds a new dimension to a variety of applications – including music, gaming, home theater, and music therapy. It is quiet, providing a full bass experience without hearing damage.

    “If you like bass, you’ll love the SubPac!”
    –  Stephan Bodzin (Herzblut) 

    SubPac is supported by a growing roster of respected members of the music community including:
    Adrian Sherwood • Stephan Bodzin • Daedelus • Decibel Festival • Dubspot • Rob Smith (RSD) • Hyperdub • !llmind • Kode9 • LA Film School • Mala • Pinch • Robbie Wilde • Scientist • Hank Shocklee • Tectonic Recordings • and more

    SubPac Product Details –
    – Item Number: SPS301
    – Product Name: SubPac
    – Suggested Retail Price: $375
    – Dimensions: 18.5” x 12” x 1.75”
    – Weight: 3.8 lbs – Frequency response:  5hz – 130hz
    – Color: Black
    – Assembled in the United States and Canada
    – Order URL: http://thesubpac.com

    John Alexiou, Founder –StudioFeed logo
    John Alexiou traded in a life on Wall Street for a life in music. He has spent a number of years developing a model combining music, technology and community, while building a team dedicated to independent music. Alexiou is a classically trained musician whose fascination with low frequencies spans many genres.

    Andrew Kilpatrick, Electronics Designer –
    Toronto-based Andrew Kilpatrick designs unique, high quality music and audio electronics. He has years of professional experience in both hardware electronics and software design. Kilpatrick is the founder of Kilpatrick Audio, which creates sonically and aesthetically rich musical equipment. He has developed synthesizers, mixer interfaces, pitch oscillators, digital effects processors, modulators, MIDI converters, effects pedals, and step sequencers, among other audio electronic products.  http://andrewkilpatrick.org

    StudioFeed –
    StudioFeed is a social venture that supports independent music through technology development and community engagement. The campaign for its cause can be found at www.supportindependentmusic.org. StudioFeed’s community initiatives include film production, community radio, and an annual festival of electronic music and arts: Sound in Motion. StudioFeed’s technology initiatives begin with the SubPac, a high-fidelity tactile audio technology. Its mission is to move people closer to music. The organization is made up of a cross-disciplinary team of engineers, entrepreneurs, artists, academics, architects and other stakeholders of independent art. StudioFeed is rooted in community, accelerated by technology, and powered by the music ecosystem. Offices are in Toronto and Los Angeles.

    “SubPac represents a paradigm shift – not only in the way music is experienced – but also
    in the way the business of music is conducted.”

    – John Alexiou, StudioFeed Founder

    StudioFeed Links:
    • http://www.studiofeed.com
    • StudioFeed on Facebook – facebook.com/studiofeed
    • Support Independent Music – supportindependentmusic.org
    • http://thesubpac.com
    • SubPac on Facebook – facebook.com/SubPacOfficial
    • SubPac on Twitter @sub_pac – twitter.com/sub_pac

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    For more information, photos or to schedule an interview/product demo, please contact Green Galactic’s Lynn Tejada at 213-840-1201 orlynn@greengalactic.com.

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    “When I activate SubPac, I am transported to a world of 3D frequencies.”
    – Mala (DMZ, Deep Medi, Brownswood)

    “SubPac is a game-changer. It takes the music experience to the next level!”
    – Hank Shocklee, Producer (Bomb Squad/Public Enemy)

    “Finally, a music tool for the deaf – these are our headphones!”
    – Robbie Wilde (That Deaf DJ)


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