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$15,190 pledged of $100,000 goal
By My Music Machines, Inc.
$15,190 pledged of $100,000 goal

Recent updates

Closing Update for Jamboxx Project

To our Kickstarter backers:

We are extremely grateful for your support for our project and your genuine interest in Jamboxx. While our campaign was not successful, we learned volumes and we are closer than ever to bringing Jamboxx to market. We anticipate being in full production during the first quarter of 2013. 

Please email us at mike@jamboxx.com if you would like to receive updates and be notified when Jamboxxes are ready to ship.  We will keep you informed about our progress, and send you a note as soon as you are able to order a Jamboxx online.  We also value your feedback and it would be a tremendous help if you would take the time to fill out our survey that we will be sending via a Kickstarter update in the next few days. 

Your interest and loyalty mean the world to us and we look forward to working with you in the very near future.

The Jamboxx Team

New Mobility Magazine Story on Jamboxx

Please check out this terrific article on Jamboxx from New Mobility Magazine's latest issue:  

Jamboxx: Making Music Just a Breath Away

Jamboxx Update 11/2/2012

Hey everyone! Take a look at our new video featuring a more detailed description of why Jamboxx was invented. Dave Whalen spent years trying to find ways to play music on something more than the harmonica. The result is Jamboxx! Please help us raise money so we can get our first 1,000 units into production.

"They say music is the Universal Language, the jambox might just be one of the most important keys to open the music door to the world." - Maria Nestle, Flame the Band  Read about Flame, The band in October's People Magazine - http://www.flametheband.com/news.cfm

 "In the REALLY COOL department, a video showing a new device called "Jamboxx" a breath driven controller run through a computer that enables a person to play any instrument--the same way a harmonica works. Imagine the great possibilities! A designer that does an amazing job thinking outside the box. Well worth checking out the video" - Bob Vogel, New Mobility Magazine 

Also, see the Jamboxx article in Gizmag: http://www.gizmag.com/jamboxx-hands-free-breath-driven-digital-instrument/24683/

Great Jamboxx Article on Gizmag.com!

Paul Ridden of Gizmag wrote a great piece on the backstory of how our company is striving to bring a new musical instrument to the market. "Go hands-free or hands-on with the Jamboxx breath-driven synth"  To all our Jamboxx friends please check out the article and help us spread the word. Thank You! 

New Video and Updated Reward

We've posted a new video of Tobias rockin' on the sax and there's a new reward to help get Jamboxxes to people who can't afford them.  We thank you for reaching $10,000 and 10% of our goal.  We will be updating our main Kickstarter video with a special message focused on the backstory of our company and why came to Kickstarter and how you can play a special roll in making this a reality.  This should be up on Tuesday and we will have some great new rewards and news for you.  In the mean time check out Tobias on the Sax.  http://vimeo.com/51781470