Beamz Interactive, Inc. Announces New Beamz Pro Product at 2012 Summer NAMM Conference

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New Product Targets DJ Markets and Lighting Control Applications

Beamz Pro Laser Controller

Using the Beamz Pro interactive laser controller with DJ apps, DJ gear or lighting gear adds a unique creative dimension to performances

Beamz Interactive, Inc., an interactive music and gaming technology company, today announced an addition to its Beamz Pro product line that the company created for club DJs, hobbyist DJs and lighting control applications. The company will be demonstrating the new Beamz Pro product at the 2012 Summer NAMM Conference in Nashville (Booth #418) from Thursday, July 12th through Saturday, July 14th. The new Beamz Pro product (model C4-Pro) combines the interactive laser controller hardware and a new release of the Beamz DJ mapping software, which creates a virtual MIDI port for the Beamz Pro interactive laser controller to communicate with MIDI applications.

“Using the Beamz Pro interactive laser controller with DJ apps, DJ gear or lighting gear adds a unique creative dimension to performances,” said Charlie Mollo, President & CEO of Beamz Interactive. “It’s also great fun for hobbyist DJs to use our controller with DJ and music production applications.”

The Beamz DJ mapping software is MAC and PC compatible and may be used with any DJ, music production or lighting control application via MIDI or keystroke command communication. The mapping software enables users to configure and control up to 54 triggers, and the software may be setup to simultaneously send both MIDI and keystroke commands via breaking the laser beams or using the buttons and rocker switches on the Beamz Pro laser controller. The Beamz DJ mapping application has been designed to work with leading DJ applications, including Virtual DJ, Serato, Traktor, Ableton Live 8, PCDJ and others. It also may be used with leading lighting applications, including myDMX, Martin Light Jockey, Das Light, Grandma, ShowXpress, Venue Magic and more. Video tutorials and free preset command files are available in the support section the Beamz web site ( for users to get up and running easily with the laser controller hardware and the Beamz DJ mapping software.

The new Beamz Pro product (model C4-Pro) with the Beamz DJ mapping software is available now and has an MSRP of $199.95. The company will continue to offer the Beamz Pro DJ & Audio Edition product (model C4-BSB) for $299.95. The Beamz Pro DJ & Pro Audio Edition product includes the Beamz DJ mapping software, Beamz Studio software for editing and creating Beamz interactive songs plus 30 Beamz original interactive songs.

About Beamz                                                                                                                                        
Based in Scottsdale, AZ, Beamz Interactive, Inc. ( has created a new interactive laser controller technology that can be used to develop new market opportunities in a wide variety of music, game, therapy and consumer applications. In its first application, the Company developed an innovative new music technology and product offering that brings music to literally everyone in a manner that has previously not been possible. Beamz allows people that have no musical background or training to play and enjoy music within minutes, yet it has the depth to enable accomplished DJs, artists and musicians to perform, compose and create very sophisticated interactive music. Beamz Interactive’s technology portfolio includes multiple patents, patents pending and trade secrets covering interactive music, software, laser-based controllers, gaming applications and related designs and devices.
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