Former BIG students TangibleFX are wildcard entries for The Pitch 2012

Bristol University Computer Science graduates and former BIG students Dan Newton and Lee Arromba have been working on creating a brand new musicals interactions company called TangibleFX. Their aim is to give musicians new and innovative ways of controlling their sounds through iPhone apps and hardware. Recently they were fortunate enough to get through to the semi-finals of a national pitching competition called The Pitch 2012, to win £50,000 worth of business investment. Up against some very tough opposition they were selected as one of the wildcard entries competing through an online voting system for a place in the final at

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The Ministry of Sound in London on Friday November 16th.

For more details of their pitch or to vote for them please see The Pitch 2012. You can also keep up with their progress on their Facebook page.

If they get through to the final then Dan and Lee will be throwing a celebratory party in Bristol with live music, DJs, demos and more. To get an invite simply join the Facebook event.



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