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Pix & Stix Wants You To Really Bang On Your iPad Screen Like Real Drums

by Hazel Chua

Now here’s an all-new way to enjoy GarageBand on your iPad. It can get a bit boring after just tapping along to the beat with your fingers and using real drumsticks wouldn’t really be wise, unless you’re set on destroying that beautiful piece of Apple hardware.

But the people behind Pix & Stix are bent on changing that with their nifty old drumsticks with soft electroconducive rubber tips.

They come in basic black and in two equally yummy colors too: vibrant blue and bright yellow. The Pix & Stix are also weighted to give you the best drumming experience while allowing you to grip it comfortably. Each set also comes with a moulded pick with a color that matches your drumsticks for easy and realistic strumming.

It might seem extraneous, going through all this trouble just to play GarageBand in a more realistic way. But I do believe the Pix & Stix can add a whole lot to the overall gaming experience in the end. And just for AUD 14.95 (~$16 USD), too.

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