Stylophone GEN X-1 is the latest portable analogue synthesizer by Dubreq who is bringing retro back this holiday season. Like the original Stylophone, users can make quirky and original musical compositions by using the metal keyboard with either the stylus pen-shaped tool attached to the battery-operated model, or they can use their fingers to sound the notes. In addition, the GEN X-1 comes with a 3.5 mm jack, allowing users to connect the instrument to headphones or other gadgets. “Aside from the obvious fun factor, the GEN X-1’s versatility is its number one feature,” stated John Simpson, managing director, Dubreq. “It offers users of any musical background the chance to be creative and experiment with unusual mixes and melodies.
Professional musicians also love the choice of sounds the GEN X-1 provides.” The original Stylophone shot to fame in the sixties when it was used by David Bowie in his track, “Space Oddity”. Other professionals also saw the attraction of the portable synth as it became an iconic sound. More recently, the Stylophone was featured in the latest Hollywood blockbuster, Baby Driver. 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, and Battery operated.
My Opinion: This is a great music device to play and make all sorts of sounds and it is so very easy to use and play. This is a great gift for any music lover.
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