Sure, you could have an ordinary headset stand, or you could make some big audio dynamite with a 3D printed headphone stand. Choose wisely!
Be it turntables, mixers, headphones, MIDI equipment or speakers: DJs and producers are using a lot of expensive gear. These 3D printed items for bedroom producers and DJs - for use in studios and for gigs - may help you with a few nifty and cheap solutions (some are also quite funny).
A new chapter in 3D printing audio speakers has begun with the spread of consumer technologies: more and more people have been experimenting and creating their own designs and their own 3D printed models.
Would you rock out with the Skeletor 3D printed microphone, designed and 3D printed by ODD guitars hoping to inspire metal heads?
What would happen if a music classroom had access to a 3D printer, and if a music teacher included 3D printing in their lessons?
Engineer Andrew Lee has developed Nod Bang, a headphone system that triggers audio and sets tempo with a nod of the head.
Björk opens her ‘Björk Digital’ event series with striking Rottlace mask, 3D printed for a live performance in 360-degree VR. Popular Icelandic musician Björk has partnered up with designer Neri Oxman to create a rather interesting mask which mimics her musculoskeletal system. The opening event for her “Björk Digital” event series was a performance broadcast using 360-degree virtual reality streaming, […]
Record label issues "big-hole" 45 RPM vinyl, together with a limited-edition 3D printed adapter in the shape of a pink brain.
Got a noisy office, home or studio? These 3D printed sound absorbers will bring you professional results (and relief to your ears).
This 3D printed guitar based on the work of H.R. Giger showcases not just the music, but the great potential of digital fabrication.
Musician Dan Sultan's video for his song 'Magnetic' features a animated 3D printed bust of himself "singing" the title track.
What is machine music? When the stepper motors in a 3D printer move, they produce a tone related to their speed. Listen and be amazed!
3D printing is being used to help the visually impaired to read music notations more easily with a system called Tactile Stave Notation
After 800 years, the plain vanilla shirt button finally gets an upgrade. Welcome to the 21st century Button 2.0!
In space, no one can hear you sing; Signal Tide brings together extraterrestrial transmissions, generative music, and 3D printing.
This DJ crafted a unique set of music incorporating the heartbeats of people on the dancefloor, using custom 3D printed bracelets.
Björk opens her ‘Björk Digital’ event series with striking Rottlace mask, 3D printed for a live performance in 360-degree VR.