Street shows go live and free from noise pollution.

Anyplace,Anytime,Any scale,Everyone at the same time.



- Moving experiences with musical performance, with high sound quality, but without noise interference to the neighbors.

- No wait for your star to appear anymore - Parallel live scheduling with multiple performance stages within an event venue, made possible by allocating exclusive channel wireless audio system per area thanks to SSM concept. 

- Free from complicated tedious settings for speakers, amps, and signal connections.

- In a nutshell, it is a concurrent, multichannel, and BYOD(Bring Your Own Devices) streaming/broadcasting concept.

We SSM working group has been waiting for Bluetooth Le Audio Sharing to come.


SSM REQUIREMENTS for Bluetooth Audio Sharing



Radiation power and Antenna directionality control. 

    Maximize the number of performer and audience at the venue.



Instant channel selection (paring) anytime at the performance.

    The audience skip to next better performance without waiting the ending.

Balance mix control between Surround Noise and receiving audio by listeners

    Listen to live atmosphere, conversation to the friend and ending applauds. 

What are the Silent Street Musical shows?


Singer with a guitar, band, dance, DJ, you name it. Various genre performances can be done simultaneously and side by side sharing the same venue. Even audience can be shared too. That's SSM.

Why SSM?


Because musical live performers and their audiences are merely noise to the neighbors, their venues and rehearsal studios are confined in limited facilities such as sealed halls, live houses, or basements.

Yet still, there are countless street performers and wannabes, who can deliver their musics to unlimited number of audiences for free. They are active, not just in metropolises, but also in local urban area.


Streets or stations are relatively generous to noise, as they are already filled with swarming noise sources. But then again, that same environmental noise interferes the music performance, and degrades them down into muddy sonic junks.

Meanwhile, amplification with electric public address system often invites cross-talk with other bands, ending up artists in conflict with each other for the sake of securing the possible safe place to perform.


Thus, the musical instruments themselves become hazards either physically or socially, and eventually cast a certain limit to the musical instrument industry to grow.


In the business shows of the musical instrument industry, large enterprises launches new products in their own specially designed demo cabins.

On the other hand, small makers offer headphone demos in their booths, which is a bar of multiple headphones hanging down for individual audience to have a listen to.


If we are able to eliminate those troublesome headphone cables, then we can perhaps eliminate the noise to the neighbors, and even interference to the neighboring band - This is from where the SSM concept started from.