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Audiobrax Industria E Comercio De Produtos Eletronicos S/A Patents
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Audiobrax Industria E Comercio De Produtos Eletronicos S/A
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Curitiba PR, BR
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1
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7554026 Electronic device for the production, playing, accompaniment and evaluation of sounds June 30, 2009
One describes an electronic device for the production, playing, accompaniment and evaluation of sounds, comprising means do be associated to audio system and, the device comprising a) a processing unit which (i) produces musical instrument sounds from an user's touches; (ii) plays mu

 
 
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