If you, or someone you know, is a music lover, then you definitely need the Stylophone GEN X-1!
About The Stylophone GEN X-1
The Stylophone GEN X-1 is the latest portable analogue synthesizer by Dubreq.
From quirky beats to haunting melodies, you can twist and warp every note in the palm of your hand. Packed with features, you’ll be amazed at what the Gen X-1 can do.
- A stylus keyboard and separate sound strip
- LFO square and triangle wave
- Low pass filter cutoff/resonance
- Sub octaves -1 & -2
- Envelope attack/decay
- Delay time/feedback
- X button pulse width modulation
- Mini-jack in/out
- Built-in speaker
- Battery operated
I decided that since my youngest son loves music, that this would be great for him. He is autistic, and music is calming. The first thing that I saw that I loved was the fact that the stylus pen is attached. My child loses everything. Oh wait…he always says “It’s not lost, I just don’t know where it is.” Now he can’t lose the stylus.
It is pretty easy to just plug and play. This makes him happy, because complicated stuff angers him. It does have a built in speaker, which is pretty loud. I would definitely suggest having them use this in the garage…..preferably a garage about 3 streets over..haha. Seriously, it can get loud, and as with any musical instrument/accessory, it can get annoying. Especially if your kid plays with it a lot.
Overall, though, this is an absolutely great product. It is very well made, and works perfectly! It is battery operated, so it doesn’t need plugged in at all, which makes it easy to transport. It is relatively compact, so it isn’t cumbersome when transporting or storing. This is very nice, because that means we don’t have a giant piece of equipment hogging up room.
This would make a great gift for that music lover on your Christmas shopping list!
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