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Best music making gadgets

Whether you can slap the bass all night or can barely strum a chord on the guitar, that doesn't mean you have to refrain from trying to make music. Thankfully we live in the 2016 and there is an abundance of gadgets and apps that can make making music a whole lot easier, enough so for a beginner to get started right away! So, let's take a look at some great music making gadgets to help get you started.

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1. The Airpiano

In an attempt to redefine the way people can play the piano, the Airpiano works by using sensors to gage a person's hand movements, resulting in a note being played. It is intriguing to watch and is definitely a new way to try and play the piano. It does need to be connected to a computer to work, so it is not something you can use on the move.


2. Akai SynthStation 25

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If you have an iPhone or iPod touch, you can connect your device directly to the SynthStation and let your creative juices start flowing. Offering 25 keys and 2 octaves, it will work with a range of apps and can also be connected to your computer. Start pressing the keys and see what you can come up with.


3. The Jamstick+

If you've always had trouble learning the guitar and can't afford to have endless lessons, then maybe it's time to try out the Jamstick+. Providing an innovative new way to learn the guitar, the Jamstick+ provides its users simply with a digital guitar controller and an app which can sense when an incorrect note has been played. If you've always wanted to further your guitar skills, then maybe this is the gadget for you!


4. Music Maker JAM

If you're looking for something a bit more on the go, the check out Music Maker JAM. It's an app that lets you make music just on your phone. Although it's not the most advanced, it's definitely a great starting place for any aspiring musicians out there.


Have you got any other recommendations for us to check out? Let us know in the comments below or post a link to some music you've managed to make! Enjoy.

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