• KMI Heading to Winter NAMM 2010

    KMI will be presenting Batt-O-Meter, Stringport, K-Bow, and something new (!) at Winter NAMM this year. We hope you stop by our booth, which is number 6227 in Hall A.

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  • New K-Bow Tutorial Videos Posted

    The K-bow page received a facelift, and now boasts a number of new tutorial videos. Discover the depths of the K-Apps system by clicking on each of the images and watching the videos.

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  • KMI Staff Bios

    Find out more about the movers and shakers behind the KMI brand. We’ve posted short bios and photos on the KMI staff, including inventor Keith and his impressive music technology background.

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  • Online Store Now Open

    The KMI online store is now open and accepting orders for all four models of the K-Bow. We are also accepting StringPort orders for select instruments. We'll continue to add new products and accessories, so check back often.

    As a thank you to our early adopters, the first 12 orders on the KMI online store will receive free shipping to anywhere in the world.

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  • New Downloads: K-Apps Demo, K-Bow Manuals

    We invite you to check out the K-Apps software now available on our downloads page. We also have posted a reference manual for the K-Bow as well as instructions on attaching the emitter.

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  • A Cycling '74 Interview with Keith McMillen

    We met with Andrew Benson for a nice discussion about the K-Bow and what else is in store for Keith McMillen Instruments.

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  • K-Bow Certified Top 10 of NAMM 2009

    Mix Magazine reviewed the K-Bow as one of the top 10 products of NAMM 2009.

    "We were floored by a debut from a new company by Zeta Violin founder Keith McMillen, who launched the remarkable K-Bow Bluetooth Sensor. This wireless, Bluetooth-enabled bow has a sensor that detects and translates bow technique and movements into signals for controlling synthesizers, audio processors and workstations. It’s a brilliant hardware/software system that takes bowed instruments well into the 21st century and beyond. Bravo, Keith!"

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