The hardware platform supports several other features worth mentioning. As a Bluetooth and USB enabled device, the connectivity options are rich. Ultimately the device will be useful for many in-studio and live applications... anywhere audio and MIDI need to come together, or where a MIDI stream needs to be processed, altered, or routed. Bluetooth connectivity allows real-time configuration of the system from any phone. In our show, the device also serves as the main sequencer, producing all live MIDI tracks, provides interactivity to extend or curtail sections. Also we have a feature we call "JTA" for Jazz Theory Assistant, that takes MIDI in, for instance from a keyboard soloist, and maps any "wrong" notes to correct notes, based on a configuration which is setup simply by playing the correct notes in a single chord to an alternate MIDI channel, where the configuration chord could naturally be stored in the sequencer, allowing a musician to follow jazz changes that otherwise would be too difficult, at least for a struggling musician like myself! . This feature was another option for submission to the contest but we went with MidiBass.