A New Book Exploring Design of Electronic Music Instruments

With a passion for music listening and design of everyday things, it’s hard for me to pick up a better book this week than “Push, Turn, Move”, a recent release by Danish designer and electronic musician Kim Bjørn. Through visuals and interviews with today’s pioneering electronic musicians and instrument designers, the book provides a deep focus on how music interfaces work (both physical knobs, sliders, faders, etc. and digital apps).

The book is published in Denmark by BJOOKS and comes in a square format with hefty hardcover and heavy coated paper
“Push, Turn, Move” opens with a foreword by acclaimed French composer Jean-Michel Jarre
The book explains interface design from the point of view of both the creator and the listener and mixes the flow with interviews

Push, Turn, Move

by Kim Bjørn
Hardcover, 352 pages in full color
Dimensions: 9.6 x 9.6 in
Printed in Denmark on 150g acid-free paper
Where to buy: $73.50 on bjooks.com