Muséik is a breakthrough in sound-and-sight collaborative performance. Muséik is software and a vast library of content that allows you to take the experience of music with visuals well beyond just “syncing.” It’s much more “instrument” than tool—more expressive and responsive than any previous technology. Muséik gives you and your audience a new level of more.
Bring your performance to a new level of awesome with Muséik on visuals.
The adaptability of Muséik allows you to think and do bigger, bolder, and better.
Muséik partners with you to truly fill the concert hall with sound, sight, and inspiration.
Muséik is a dynamic revolution and vivid revelation that brings a powerful new level of drama to any performance. Our simple-to-use software allows you to sync visuals directly to live music or movement. And when we say, “sync,” we don’t mean in the current clumsy manner of locking in a click track to power through a piece mindlessly and without expression. Now, you aren’t confined by the rigidity and unexpressive nature of the click. Muséik is an instrument that “plays” the visuals and reacts to the nuances within each performance. Muséik follows tempo, dynamics, and expression, just like any other member of the musical or performance ensemble. Every performance can be truly unique, now that Muséik has joined the group.
Muséik is an interactive “instrument” that plays the visuals accompanying a musical performance of nearly any type. Easily played by a human musician or non-musician, Muséik is able to expressively respond and contribute to the subtleties of live performance in a way you’ve never seen before. Muséik also works wonders by way of our remarkable library of rentable video content filled with unique ways to bring a story to life.
For more information about Muséik, the Ion Content Library, and Ion founder Scott Winters, please visit www.ScottWinters.net. This supplementary site is designed as a Visual Music resource. Information and tutorials on Ion Concert Media products and other topics can be found on the “Resources” page.