StudioBLADE keyboard still king of the hill years after its release

The StudioBLADE series keyboards were designed to grow with the user. That is, it was suppose to remain cutting-edge for years or decades, something unheard of for computers. Because it was designed with so much upgradeability and power, it has withstood the test of time.

First introduced with its current power plant over 5 years ago, the StudioBLADE has not needed updating to its computer core as it is still more powerful than any other musical keyboard in the world and provides more power than anyone can possibly use for music production today.

Here is a video spotlighting the StudioBLADE Gen3 model with Victor Wong, CEO Music Computing. It’s amazing what we produced 2 years ago is still this impressive.




Victor Wong creates interactive shoes.

Blings was created to show what an interactive shoe could be. Blings was heavily promoted showing how it would work with an app installed on a mobile phone. However the concept can be used in a wide variety of applications.

Video showing Blings in action.

After Blings was released to the public, Google and Adidas decided to create a technical demonstration of an interactive shoe, which was shown at SXSW in Austin, Texas, where Victor Wong resides. It made world news and launch a number of interactive shoe products by other companies.

Music Computing releases the world’s most powerful PC for music and 8K video production

Music Computing releases CoreMC 2. Designed for music and 8K video production, the CoreMC 2 picks up from where the original CoreMC stopped. Widely viewed as the most powerful PC for the creative community, the CoreMC was a breakthrough is performance.



The new CoreMC 2 ups the ante as follows:

  • Dual Xeon 18-core processors for a total of 36-cores of processing power.
  • 1TB of DDR4 super-fast RAM.
  • Tens of terabytes of HD and SSD storage.
  • Options for high-end rendering or gaming video cards.
  • All steel chassis with the highest grade components.

“The goal was literally try to create the last computer anyone would need to purchase for music and video production”, said Victor Wong, CEO Music Computing, “With as much power as the CoreMC 2 can provide, I think we may have done just that.”

Starting at $3,239, the new CoreMC 2 is affordable and can be upgraded to its maximum capabilities as needed.

Music Computing releases new 4K touchscreens

MotionCOMMAND are the world’s only large-format touchscreens capable of multi-touch gestures in MacOS X as well as in Windows 7 & 8, and Android.

Music Computing’s MotionCOMMAND line of Multi-Touch Touchscreens are designed to work with both Windows and Mac OS X. It is the only one in the world that can provide multi-touch gesture controls native to both Windows and MacOS X.

MotionCOMMAND models are available from 32″ up to 84″ in size with 2 or 10 points of touch.

MotionCOMMAND models are now equipped with 4k Smart TV displays. You may wonder why 4k is important? 4k means more Pixels, in fact 4k TV’s show close to four times the pixels that your current 1080p TV can display, which translate into shaper images for media viewing, even with traditional 1080p content. 4k also means almost four times more information can be displayed on the screen at once, providing for more effective and exciting presentations.

Music Computing becomes supplier to Amazon for large format touchscreens

Music Computing recently was invited to become a direct vendor for large format touchscreens to

The entire line of MotionCOMMAND touchscreens are now available through Amazon PRIME including the 84″ models priced at: $34,999.

MotionCOMMAND 84″ touchscreen

Amazon has made a commitment to stock the MotionCOMMAND line for immediate delivery. Shipping is free if you are an Amazon PRIME member.

Music Computing produces the world’s only MacOS X compatible touchscreens with gestures

Music Computing is a world leader in touchscreen technologies. It specializes on large format models ranging from 32″ to 84″ in size.

Music Computing was the first to offer MacOS X compatible touchscreens in 2010 and in 2015, it is the first and only company to offer touchscreen that also provide multi-touch gestures in MacOS X.





The line called MotionCOMMAND also provide Smart TV functionality and is compatible with Windows 7, 8 and 10 also.


Music Computing picks up where Open Labs leaves off

After leaving Open Labs in 2010, I started up Music Computing to continue product development and production of state-of-the-art computer-based musical instruments. Some of the products include the following:



StudioBLADE is the world’s most powerful musical keyboard production station. It can be equipped with up to dual Xeon 6-core processors for a total of 12-cores, 192GB of RAM and terabytes of storage. It can run any music software of plugins and will allow music producers to create music containing hundreds or even thousands of tracks. It is offered in several different configurations including a variety of controllers as well as a 22″ touchscreen. StudioBLADE is available for Windows 7, 8 and 10 as well as a MacOS X version powered by an internal Mac mini computer.




ControlBLADE is an all-in-one keyboard production station based on a midi keyboard controller designed for studio and live use. It’s light (28 lbs), portable and durable…perfect for travel. ControlBLADE can be equipped with up to an Intel i7 processor and 32GB of RAM, which is more than sufficient for professional music products. Priced starting from $2,499, ControlBLADE is a great value as well.




NARU is a designer keyboard production station for those who require the finest quality materials and perfect style in their musical instruments. Inspired by exotic cars included those from McLaren and Ferrari, NARU is available in a glossy metallic finish, garment grade top grain leather or iced out.


NARU rear view. Back chassis inspired by Ferrari F40. Side molding inspired by McLaren.


ControlBLADE was designed for laptop based music producers and performers. It provides all the other components needed and integrates with any laptop to create a seamless instrument.

Victor Wong and Timbaland create keyboard (2007)

In 2007 Timbaland came to visit and he and I created the Timbaland Special Edition keyboard production stations. It was first features on the VMAs in Miami when Timbaland used them on stage.

This version contained specially selected sounds that Timbaland used and became one of the most sought after…and lust worthy instruments ever.


The Timbaland Special Edition NeKo


The Timbaland Special Edition MiKo


When Tim came to visit me and we decided to design the keyboards together

My time at Open Labs (2001 – 2010)

As co-founder and CEO for Open Labs, I was lucky enough to have been able to help change the face of music forever. We helped usher in the age of computer music production and performance that is the standard today. Acting as its CEO for the first 2.5 years, I was able to help guide the company as it grew at a rapid rate.

However, having had my background based in the Apple tradition, I realized I needed to create a brand and a community around my company. Because of that, we elected a new person to become CEO so I can concentrate on product development, marketing and artist relations.

Directly from my efforts we were able to turn Open Labs into a household name for music producers in just 2 short years. At one time, at least 8 of the 10 songs found on the Billboard Top Ten were produced using our products at any time.

Producers and artists using our equipment include: Timbaland, Iil Jon, Teddy Riley, Polow Da Don, Scott Spock, Maroon 5, Korn, Prince, Faith Hill, Reba Mcentire, Madonna, Sheila E., The Crystal Method, Tommy Lee and many more.

Here are just a few people I was honored enough to have worked directly with:


On stage at the Open Labs booth at NAMM with Jesse Carmichael of Maroon 5


Back stage with Ken and Scott from The Crystal Method


Timbaland came to visit one day


Hanging out with Mr. Porter (producer for Eminem)


Delivering a MiKo keyboard production station to Jonathan Davis of Korn.


One of my most favorite artists Sheila E along with Morris Hayes, keyboardist for Prince

207254_4179423061_9075_nShowing Scott Spock from the producing trio The Matrix our new products


On the SNL (Saturday Night Live) set when they first started using our products


In the studio with The Cure and Korn when they collaborated on Unplugged


Warren G stopped by to say hi


Producer Dark Child (Rodney Jerkins)


Hanging out with Lil Jon in Miami when we were an official partner with Microsoft and attended the Winter Music Festival

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