We achieved the goal and TONIC-project ends today!

Friday, 01 June 2012 11:13

TONIC - Tonal Innovation Center project was coordinated by North Karelia University of Applied Sciences (NKUAS) and funded by the European Social Fund (ESF).

The specific aim of the TONIC was to encourage the economic development of Finnish enterprises by employing 350 people and creating about 65 million euros in annual revenue by 2025. NFC technology allows manufactures of musical instruments an ethical and ecological material alternative, attracting global trade and addressing climate concerns. NFC is an alternative recyclable option to the endangered wood species and has the desired excellent tonal quality, proper look and feel, and idealdurability for musical instruments. 

The TONIC project worked with international and Finnish companies, as well as public operators like educational institutions, that are interested in cooperating to develop the North Karelia region as a center of excellence for musical instruments and acoustic-based products and services. Researching and improving modern production techniques and systems environmentally and with ethical long-termsolutions were the target in order to develop the skills and resources to design, test, manufacture, and market items according to international quality standards.

The TONIC project supported and boosted North Karelia's already active involvement in using naturalfiber composites (NFCs with its musical instrument design, production, and music know-how). 

For the further questions, please contact Mr. Raimo Moilanen, Director, Centre for Design and International Business, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Thank you for working with us at TONIC!  

Heikki & Silja

 

Latest Updates

Post Seminar summary and media brief

Please click on the links to download post event release and post event media brief. 2nd annual post event release.pdf 2nd annual ...

Read more

Seminar presentations

Please take a look at the TONIC 2nd Annual International Musical Instruments Seminar presentations on below....

Read more

TONIC 2nd Annual International Musical Instruments Seminar

Tonal Innovation Center (TONIC) will host the second annual International Musical Instruments Seminar in Joensuu, Finland with a welcome Reception ...

Read more
rahoittajien_logot
Tonic - Tonal Innovation Center | North Karelia University of Applied Science, Sirkkalantie 12A, FI-80100 Joensuu, Finland