Looking for the latest in fashion and technology? Check out these Electric Sexy Drum Pants. Their name is completely self explanatory, though the sexy part is questionable. This is a pair of pants with a drum controller pad in the crotch.
Do you love drumming your fingers on your car’s steering wheel while you drive? If Gregor “G-Man” Hanuschak has his way, soon you can actually make drum sounds when you tap on your steering wheel. G-Man invented Smack Attack, a steering wheel cover with 8 touch sensitive sensors.
Korg synthesizers were a mainstay for 80’s pop bands and are still widely used for all sorts of musical needs. Korg isn’t just about keyboard synthesizers though, it has a bunch of other gear too. One of the latest products to come from Korg this cool new Wavedrum Mini portable drum synthesizer.
Nowadays we have wristwatches that are also cellphones. Or is it a cellphone that’s worn on the wrist? Anyway back in the day “watch + something” combos became all the rage, although personally I’ve never seen any other combo aside from calculator watches here in the Philippines.
Looking to start up an iPhone or iPod Touch-based band? Here’s the latest musical instrument to make its way to Apple’s portable wonder-device.
Seung yi Lee’s Drum Meister lets you use your fingertips to play drum sounds on little tiny pads that look just like their real-world counterparts.
After you decked out your Rock Band rig with a light show and smoke machine, I bet you thought you added all the cheap theatrics you’d ever want. But when I saw these light-up drumsticks, I knew there was just a little more you could do to crank your performances up to 11.
Firestix drum sticks contain internal LED illumination which light up when you first start to bang on your drums with them.
Is your Rock Band drumming keeping the neighbors awake all night long? Are they ready to call the police on you? If that’s the case, look no further than these soft and cozy crocheted covers designed to quiet your percussive emissions.
Created Long Beach, CA textile artist FunkieFresh, the set of handmade covers ties around each of the game’s four drums and helps them keep them down to a dull roar.
This little yellow robot does one thing really well. He likes to play drums. What’s funny about the little guy is that he likes to play music on just about any surface other than an actual drum.
The Yellow Drum Machine drives around the room looking for things that might make an interesting sound when tapped on.
Already sick of playing the piano on your iPhone? Maybe it’s time to hit the drums.
Developer MooTheCow has created this homebrew drum machine application called “Drummer” that runs on the iPhone or iPod Touch.
Drummer can play up to 15 unique audio samples (one on each finger touch pad), and takes advantage of multi-touch capabilities, so you can play up to five sounds at once.
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.
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.