The Performer Case features a compact design that is very close to size and shape of the Haken ContinuuMini making it comfortable to handle and convenient for storage and travel.
» Constructed from laser cut birch plywood
» Lightweight durable protection for the ContinuuMini
» Secure form fit design with foam lined interior
» Exterior lined with fine grain leather textured vinyl
» Removable case lid with magnetic latch system
» Adjustable strap length of 31”-55” (79cm-140cm)
» Multiple performance harness configurations
» Access port for audio, mini-USB, Aux jacks
» Included pack of 6 low profile screws for ContinuuMini
» 2 included silicon bands for attaching/securing accessories
» 2 included fabric loops to assist instrument removal
» Dimensions: 1 1/4″ x 2 7/8″ x 21 5/8″ (33 x 74 x 548.5mm)
Customization friendly Accessories Pack
The optional accessories package includes a zippered storage pouch, velcro strap mount, a 1.5ft USB type-A to type-B (mini) cable, and 4ft 3.5mm stereo audio cable.
A portable battery power supply can be placed in the zippered accessories pouch and connected to the ContinuuMini with the short 1.5ft USB cable. A self-powered speaker (not included) can be mounted to the shoulder strap using the included silicon support bands, making a portable system ready for untethered amplified live performance!
Performer Case features convenient access to the I/O port for easily connecting straight or right-angle 3.5mm audio/Ext and Type-B Mini USB cables. The EVA foam lining has cutout sections to accommodate the ContinuuMini’s protruding chassis screws.
October 31 – November 2, 2014, I played theremin in the orchestra for the Danny Elfman’s Music from the films of Tim Burton Concert at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles and the Honda Center in Anaheim.Read more …
February 19-21, 2015, I participated in an artist residency with the Ethos New Music Society. Ethos New Music operates in conjunction with the Composition Department at the School of Music at SUNY Fredonia in New York.Read more …
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