Hands free - and feet free - page turning solution for organists

 

For some musicians who need to use both hands - and both feet - to play their instruments, something as simple as turning pages for sheet music can pose considerable challenges.
 
Meet Bob Bell, the developer of "One Good Turn", a cutom computer system for reading music, including a novel way for musicians to turn pages - hands AND feet free.
 
 
The bite switch connects to a page turner called the AirTurn AT-104, which includes a wireless transmitter and a USB receiver
For some musicians who need to use both hands - and both feet - to play their instruments, something as simple as turning pages for sheet music can pose considerable challenges. Organists, harpists, and drummers are some examples of musicians who have both hands and both feet constantly in use, making a hands-free foot switch system somewhat impractical.
 
Bob Bell, founder of Bell Computer Services (BCS) and organist for his local church, has developed "One Good Turn", a custom computer system for reading music, which includes a novel way for musicians to turn pages - hands AND feet free - by using bite and tongue switches connected to AirTurn's AT-104 wireless USB page turner.

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