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Abstrakter Hintergrund


Videos to share our concepts, ideas, and perspectives


We are happy to give you a sneak peek into our company life and the Green Lobster Recording Studios where we are based. We are also very excited to show you our products and what we are creating & developing. If you want updates on what’s going on in, a youtube subscription is the way to go.

Kickstarter Trailer for TableTone

TableTone was successfully funded on  Kickstarter in one hour! What an amazing achievement, thanks to each and everyone who supports us. You can check out the Updates page on Kickstarter to stay up to date on everything TableTone.

TableTone App

TableTone is an advanced audio app for tabletop role-play games. It automatically selects the perfect soundtrack for the game location and situation. It grants you control over the mood and sonic intensity of the music and ambiences, as well as the density and distance of sounds. TableTone allows you and your friends to enjoy TTRPGs with a more immersive experience than ever. The complete immersive soundscape at your fingertips!

How the music of TableTone is produced

​​The creation of adaptive music is very different from linear music. Many layers and differences have to be taken into account. In this video you will see the whole process from composition, recording and production to implementation in's adaptive audio engine.

The story of Martin Widmann, Head of Development of

"Programming was my first love", Martin "Widy" Widmann says. Well, true love lasts. He started coding as a kid and now he is the Head of Development at WLA. Besides outstanding computer skills, Martin brings in a deep love for music. So for this video portrait, we asked him to create his own soundtrack on the modular synthesizer that he built on his own and talk about his passion for coding and music.

Why Adaptive Music?

​​Wouldn’t you love to change the intensity, color, character, sound, or recombine a piece? This is all possible with the tools that we create. Co-Founder & CEO of, Richard Tretzel, is talking about the vision, adaptive music, and what we create and develop.

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