Synesthesia Now Taking Orders For Mandala 2.0, Launches New Website
Synesthesia Corporation launched a new website for the Mandala 2.0 High-Def Drum & Synthesizer and announced that it is now taking orders for the new product. The new website is http://mandaladrum.com.
Mandala 2.0 is the new version of Synesthesia’s wildly popular, patented high-def drum and synthesizer, co-developed with professional drummer Danny Carey of the progressive rock band Tool. The company announced the new product in October, and will begin shipping in early December.
The new website links directly to the Google Group for Mandala Drums, a site where professional and amateur drummers connect with each other, pose and answer questions about using the Mandala and share electronic drumming insights. Mandala website visitors also will find customer support, audio and video snippets of the Mandala in action and the latest updates about professional drummers using Mandalas. Future plans for the site include social networking tools that will allow Mandala enthusiasts to trade homemade presets, drum pad configurations and sound samples.
“We’ve been working around the clock to get the Mandala 2.0 into the hands of those who’ve been anxiously awaiting its arrival,” said Vince De Franco, Synesthesia founder and CEO, and inventor of the Mandala. “We’re on track to start shipping December 1. We appreciate all the enthusiasm directed our way after unveiling the new Mandala 2.0. We think it’s a huge leap forward in harnessing technology to enable virtually unlimited potential for creating music.”
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