Just before the SuperBooth, the publisher Kim Bjørn announced the availability of the Kickstarter campaign of his upcoming PUSH TURN MOVE – Interface Design In Electronic Music book. A really interesting book with deep insights how designers like Axel Hartmann or Dave Smith their instrument design. If you love gear and love to know more about the story of this devices than this book is a must have for you.
Meet the makers, artists and designers behind great electronic instruments and controllers in this new book. Richly illustrated with original sketches, photos and graphics and with a foreword by music visionary Jean-Michel Jarre.
PUSH TURN MOVE is written by Danish designer, author and electronic musician Kim Bjørn and edited by Mike Metlay, editor at Recording Magazine and Paul Nagle, reviewer at Sound on Sound Magazine. The foreword is written by Jean-Michel Jarre.
The essence of PUSH TURN MOVE is to explore innovative interface designs. A wide range of landmark pieces of equipment is featured along with chapters on design principles, control elements, usability, and more. More than twenty interviews with designers, makers and artists is also a vital part of the book. Quite unique for PUSH TURN MOVE is that a string of significant brands have joined the book side by side to share their knowledge about the growing family of tools for making electronic music.
Overall chapters and structure
Exclusive Interviews with:
- Richard Devine
- Axel Hartmann
- Matt Moldover
- Daniel Troberg
- Teenage Engineering
- Suzanne Ciani
- Dave Smith
- Oliver Gillet
- Native Instruments & more…
PUSH TURN MOVE is now available for pre-order for a special Kickstarter price of 49$ and will be available in October for a retail price of 79$.
More informations here: PUSH TURN MOVE