The Soundbeam Project Ltd. of Bristol at REHACARE 2017 in Düsseldorf -- REHACARE Trade Fair

The Soundbeam Project Ltd.

Unit 3 Highbury Villas, BS2 8BY Bristol
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Telephone +44 117 9237075
Fax +44 117 9706241
adrian@soundbeam.co.uk

Hall map

REHACARE 2017 hall map (Hall 5): stand C03

Fairground map

REHACARE 2017 fairground map: Hall 5

Contact

Adrian Price

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Phone
0044 (0) 1179 237075

Email
adrian@soundbeam.co.uk

Visit us

Hall 5 / C03

04.10.2017

Topic

Download

all-day

Come and play Soundbeam

Come and experience the joy and empowerment of Soundbeam for yourself

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Our range of products

Product categories

  • 05  Communication
  • 05.06  Entertainment electronics
  • 05.06.02  Music systems
  • 10  Travel, leisure, sports and recreation
  • 10.07  Musical instruments

Musical instruments

Our products

Product category: Music systems

Soundbeam 6

  • SOUNDBEAM IS AN AWARD-WINNING 'TOUCH FREE' DEVICE WHICH USES SENSOR TECHNOLOGY TO TRANSLATE BODY MOVEMENT INTO MUSIC AND SOUND. IT GIVES CHILDREN AND ADULTS THE OPPORTUNITY, REGARDLESS OF THEIR IMPAIRMENTS OR DISABILITY, TO PLAY MUSIC
  • “It’s amazing to see how ingenious people are in using Soundbeam, and also how truly liberating it can be!”
    John Paul Jones, Led Zeppelin
  • Touch-screen (11.5Inch)
  • 4x Beams
  • 8 (wireless) switches
  • HDMI for Film Projection    
  • USB enabled
Soundbeam 6 complete kit (plug & play!) consists of:
Soundbeam 6 controller
Sensor (up to four) with stands
Switches ( up to 8)
Microphone
Speakers
Lifetime customer support!

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Product category: Music systems, Musical instruments

Vibroacoustics

“Soundbox has something to offer ... whatever the sensory disability”

The whole human body is receptive to sound, not just the ears. It's increasingly clear that the experience of feeling sound rather than simply hearing it has important therapeutic implications across a wide spectrum of conditions, both physical and behavioural.

Soundbox and Minibox enable the vibrations of sound and music to be experienced physically, through Vibroacoustics. They contain loudspeakers mounted beneath resonant cavities that transmit vibration directly to the body.

Soundbox and Minibox were originally designed to enable people with hearing impairments to make music using Soundbeam. Subsequent use however, has found that experiencing recorded music physically, through Vibroacoustics, can also be extremely beneficial in other ways.

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Product category: Music systems

New Teaching Resource for Soundbeam

'Teaching Music with Soundbeam' is a completely new set of seven modules, available in either e-book or printed format with multimedia-rich content, designed to enable non-specialist teachers and others to deliver inclusive and easy-to-follow classroom activities using any version of Soundbeam. The resource is authored by David Ashworth, one of the UK's leading experts in the field of music and SEN

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About us

Company details

Soundbeam in special education and music therapy
Soundbeam has been most extensively and thoroughly evaluated with children with Severe Learning Difficulties and Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities.

However, the benefits to children and adults with a range of conditions and syndromes including Autism, ADHD, dementia, Down’s Syndrome, Rett’s Syndrome, depression, Cerebral Palsy, Alzheimer’s Disease and challenging behaviours, have also been documented.

Soundbeam provides a medium through which even individuals who have profound physical or learning impairments can become expressive and communicative using music and sound. The sense of control, agency and independence which this provides can be a powerful motivator, stimulating learning and interaction in other areas.

Soundbeam is identified as a key resource by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority in assisting children with learning disabilities to attain learning targets as prescribed by the National Curriculum for Music. Its success rests upon two factors: the sensitivity of the beam means that even the most unreachable or immobilised individuals can ‘play’ independently; secondly, electronic technology makes available a huge pallette of possible soundworlds, releasing the player from the traditional limitations of percussion-based activit

Soundbeam uses ultrasonic sensors to detect movement -  big or small - and translates this into sounds. It comes with pre-loaded 'soundsets' that range from tracks which allow the exploration and performance of different genres - blues, classical, to more improvisational soundscapes and other musical ways of playing. It is completely programmable so that the user can make changes to personalise the soundsets and save them. Soundbeam 6 has a wealth of instruments, backing tracks and sound effects to choose from.

You can have up to 4 sensors attached, though the most popular choice to start with is two.

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