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LSU marching band members raising money for music reading device

Two LSU students are hoping to change the way marching band members read music with a new device.

Garrett Kessling and Daniel Wendt, both members of LSU’s Tigers Marching Band, are starting the business venture Tonal Innovation, according to The Greater Baton Rouge Business Report. The students are currently raising money for a device that would connect to instruments and hold a smartphone or tablet rather than a flip book of sheet music.

“The eFlip will give musicians on the marching field, in the classroom and on stage the option to interact with music in a modern, hassle-free way, in addition to reducing the waste caused by printing mountains of music. Tonal Innovation is committed to bridging the gap between music and technology and eFlip is just the start,” Kessling said in a statement, according to The Business Report.



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