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Pre-order campaign announced for the musical cube      21/01/15



After the original Skoog 2.0 crowdfunding campaign, Skoogmusic launched a second Indiegogo campaign to put the revolutionary musical instrument into production, which has now reached its target.

Their first campaign included substantial tooling outlay but having secured additional funding from shareholders to support tooling costs, they are now running a modest pre-order campaign to enable supporters to get their hands on their tactile music interface for just £125 (that is a 54% saving on estimated retail).

Pre-orders are available now via the campaign until 6th February.

What is Skoog?
Skoog is an uber-cool, app-ready, hands-on musical cube that brings your creativity to life.  Skoog sets the standard for tactile control and redefines the musical landscape for novices and experts alike.

  • For aspiring musicians it is an easy to learn musical instrument that you can play within seconds.
  • For families and teachers it is a fun way to explore sound and music together with the kids and grandparents with no need to master complicated music theory or playing techniques.
  • For electronic musician it is a hackable, real-time, multi-parameter expressive controller that can bring life to your compositions, live sets and synth jams.


Designed with accessibility in mind, Skoog can be used by musicians of all abilities, making it the go-to instrument for music therapists and assistive technologists, too.

There's nothing like Skoog out there. No other digital musical instrument or music software controller is this tactile, flexible or naturally expressive.

Pricing and Availability:
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