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Mijam Mini Synthesizers Let You Make Music Anywhere

by Paul Strauss
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These miniature electronic instruments let you kick out the jams wherever you go. The BlueBox MiJam Mini series let you carry entire band in your backpack.

mijam mini instruments

First up, there’s the Mini Drumpad, which features a bunch of percussion sounds as well as rhythm an tempo settings to keep the sounds on beat. Keyboard fans will dig the Mini Keyz and its tiny 8-key interface. Then there’s the Mini Lixx, which plays guitar riffs and chords, and features a unique strumming interface. Finally, there’s the Mini Mixer, which lets you add DJ effects to music from portable music players.

Each of the MiJam Minis retails for about 20 bucks. They can be used as standalone musical instruments, or plugged into your current MP3 player and mixed together to accompany your music.

[via iLounge]




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