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Art+Logic Announcing winner of Software Incubator Lab at A3E event at Summer NAMM.


Art+Logic will reveal the winner of their first annual Software Incubator Lab at Summer NAMM. The company received over a dozen submissions, many with cutting-edge ideas that could have a major impact on the pro-audio community. After carefully reviewing the submissions, narrowing them down to a select few, and speaking with the top three finalists, Art+Logic has selected the winning project. This incubator will focus on developing a working prototype of a selected software project.
Paul Hershenson, co-founder of Art+Logic, was thrilled with the variety of submissions the company received. “The number of quality submissions actually exceeded our expectations, and it put us in the wonderful position of having to make a tough decision. Ultimately, we chose an audio project that is innovative, challenging, and exciting. We’re excited to start working on it.”
The selected project will receive:

  • A working prototype created by Art+Logic’s talented team of designers and developers (valued at over $50,000).
  • Ongoing support during the capital raising process.
  • An opportunity to have the full-featured version of their concept built by Art+Logic.
  • The opportunity to work with Art+Logic strategists to refine their concept and marketing strategy.

Chief engineer, Brett g Porter, will announce the winner at the A3E panel discussion. Updates on the selected project will be featured at

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