The list celebrates the best companies from across the UK who are creating technology to transform production and delivery of media and the arts, from music to podcasts, radio, video, film and the written word.
The inaugural annual ranking was decided by a combination of selections from an expert judging panel and a public vote on the 127-strong shortlist, which attracted more than 1,200 votes. Aerodrums was one of only six Liverpool based companies to make the list.
Established in 2011 to solve the problems of portability, space and noise associated with traditional drum kits, Aerodrums created a revolutionary air-drumming instrument, which uses a high speed camera and bespoke software to simulate a physical drum kit.
Having initially set-up base in Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios, Aerodrums relocated to Sensor City in 2019, to develop the next generation of their product using the prototype resources available on site in the innovation hub.
Aerodrums have already sold over 20,000 units globally, with a number of leading industry professionals as part of their customer base, including Gergo Borlai and A.R Rahman.
The forward thinking company recently undertook a recruitment drive to help grow their brand of revolutionary musical instruments to its global potential and has a number of exciting developments in the pipeline.
To find out more, visit: https://aerodrums.com/home/