In 2008, myself and three other post-graduate sound geeks at the Savannah College of Art and Design gained the ability to control sound with Nintendo Wii remotes. Seizing the idea, the we decided to become a band. We called ourselves The Wiitles and from 2008-2011, The Wiitles wrote and performed as an experimental music ensemble, using only Nintendo Wii-remotes to manipulate sound through the modular graphical interface program Max/MSP. The Wiitles played several museums (such as Jepson Arts Center in Savannah), technology festivals (such as Geekend), and gaming festivals (GDX Gamer Developers Conference). Many publications and news outlets wrote about The Wiitles including CNN.com, and Mix Magazine.

Below are some videos and links to press coverage of The Wiitles.

This was The Wiitles' first performance. 

                                                                    The Wiitles were featured on CNN.com in 2012.

                                                                   The Wiitles were featured on CNN.com in 2012.

                                               The Wiitles Mix Magazine feature.

                                              The Wiitles Mix Magazine feature.

The Wiitles performing in Atlanta. The group performed alongside a classically trained violinist, manipulating the output of the violin in various ways. Members of the Atlanta Ballet also joined The Wiitles on stage for this performance.