When it comes to kitchen appliances, women want colors that match their decor. Men want what they usually want. Something cool that looks nothing like what women want. Preferably, their kitchen appliances should look like Boba Fett.
While typing and drinking is a combination that many writers throughout history are familiar with, here is a new take on the combination. Morskoiboy created this amazing typewriter that will let you actually taste your words and mix cocktails simply typing their name.
The UO DJ Mixer is a nice gift for newbie DJs. It lets you combine music from a pair of iPods or iPhones – and add effects like reverb, filter and flange. You can connect it to a sound system and share your mix with everyone, or use the bundled headphones if you’re not that confident with your skills yet.
Touch DJ is a soon-to-be-released iPhone app that lets you mix music in real time, just like you would with professional DJ equipment.
Created by Amidio – the same folks who brought us the amazing noise.io
Wacom, known almost solely for their pen-based graphic tablets and touchscreens has made the jump into an entirely new market – DJs. Maybe dance clubs are more recession-proof than graphic designers? Who knows?
The new Wacom nextbeat is a music controller which lets both professional and casual digital dee-jays finesse their tunes in about any way imaginable – even from the middle of the dance floor.
These little USB controllers let you build out a full-fledged recording studio anywhere you go. The Korg nanoSeries of controllers are small enough to throw in a backpack or briefcase, but when connected to your computer let you set up a robust studio on the road.
On the surface, this shiny box looks like an old school cassette tape that’s been 24-karat gold plated. But take another look, and you’ll see that it’s actually a pocket-sized audio mixer for combining sounds from a pair of audio devices.
Musicians who want to use their iPods as an audio source now can easily do so, thanks to this handy new audio mixer with a built-in iPod dock.
Alesis new iMultiMix 9R is a rack-mountable audio mixer which can combine up to five different audio sources into a single set of stereo outputs.
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.
Belkin has introduced a new gadget which should be a godsend for musicians on a budget. The Belkin TuneStudion is a four-channel mixing board which features a dock for 5G iPods. The system records directly from the mixing board into the iPod at CD-quality.