Digital Violin

Do you want the sound of an old Italian violin from an electric instrument?

Introducing the Digital Violin, currently under development at Weinreich Labs. This light-weight, solid body violin uses high-resolution acoustical measurements to recreate the timbre and expressive power of a whole library of celebrated violins. The instrument’s refined aesthetics, intuitive interface, and extraordinary voice make it the world’s most advanced amplified violin.

Hear about the Digital Violin on NPR.

Read Joseph Curtin’s article in Strings about the early development of the Digital Violin.

Weinreich Labs was founded in 2008 by (right to left) physicist Gabriel Weinreich, designer Alex Sobolev, engineer John Bell, and violin-maker Joseph Curtin.

Weinreich Labs was founded in 2008 by (right to left) physicist Gabriel Weinreich, designer Alex Sobolev, engineer John Bell, and violin-maker Joseph Curtin.

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