The NAMM Show 2015 in Anaheim, California next week will mark the worldwide launch of the new KT Platform by Porter & Davies, leaders in tactile monitoring. The KT Platform uses the transmission of sound by Kinetic Transfer (KT) to enable musicians to feel and hear their playing internally, instead of relying on conventional audio methods. This way, you can play what you feel, and feel what you play.
Perfect for percussionists among other musicians, the KT Platform gives a full and faithful transfer of the sound and the weight of the sound through bone conduction. There is no time lag. It's not just a low-end rumble: all notes are faithfully transmitted, including harmonics.
The KT Platform will give you that stage shaking excitement that other monitors (in-ears, in particular) don't deliver. You can choose to monitor just your own instrument, or take a mix from the monitor board and lock into the groove in a way you've never felt before. It can be driven by any of the three Porter & Davies engines the Gigster, BC2 and BC2rm.
Porter & Davies will first show their KT Platform to the world at the Winter NAMM Show 2015. Have a look and give it a try at booth #3476 in Hall D.
Please note that the NAMM Show is a trade event and is not open to the public. All attendees must be active NAMM members or be invited by a current NAMM member. Attendance at NAMM trade shows is restricted to owners, suppliers, employees, endorsed artists and guests of NAMM Member companies.
Music students in conservatory, college or university, as well as higher education-level music faculty may attend through NAMM's Generation Next program. Music educators, school administrators and school board members may attend through NAMM's Music Education Days program. Professionals and students in A/V, pro audio, lighting, sound and staging may attend through NAMM's Buyer program.