Music is, and has always been, a universal language capable of bringing people together.
Dissuaded by steep learning curves and an image-driven industry, relatively few of us have the courage to truly express ourselves through music.
By empowering anybody with the tools to enjoy, create, and perform music naturally and intuitively, we seek to keep music core to the human experience for everyone.
Originally developed as a solution for computer musicians to make music with a guitar, the first gTar prototypes were developed in a garage in Cupertino, CA.
As Incident grew our team spent short periods of time in various work spaces, including a renovated icelandic ferryboat in San Francisco's Mission Bay, before settling into our current office in San Francisco.
Idan Beck, Founder/CEO
Born in Israel and raised in Silicon Valley. Started Incident in a garage in Cupertino. Indiana Jones.
Josh Stansfield, Director of Brand Marketing
Born and raised in Massachusetts. Nifty with cameras. Ginger beer. Mountains. Synthesizers.
Stefan Lindsay, Director of Sales
Born in Michigan. Lived in Texas, England, and Colorado. Came to the Bay Area for a woman. Stayed for the work/life balance. Dogs. Hills. Food.
Bobby Oster, Software
Born and raised in the Bay Area. Resided in sunny Santa Barbara prior to returning to SF. Technology. Music. Sports. Games.
Kate Schnippering, Software
Born in Toronto and raised in New England. Bicycle. Scuba. Altitude. Minimalism. Paint.
Maly Bun, Graphic Designer
Born and raised in Northern California. Makes things look nice. Comic books. NBA. David Bowie.
Ben Altieri, Engineering & Operations
Born and raised on the Peninsula. Tinkers with digital machines. Hi-hats. Half Pipes. Super Smash Bros.
Matt Eisner, Community Manager
Born in London and raised in various places on the eastern seaboard. Music. Consumer Behavior. Art. Travel. Wes Anderson movies.