[NAMM] Behringer iAxe for iOS
Behringer announced the iAxe Guitar, a tablet-based guitar that was just granted a US Patent this month.
The iAxe is an electronic controller and user interface for the iPad, which sits inside the body of the guitar. Designed around a system of apps, the iAxe Guitar is based on Behringer’s concept of "progressive discovery" to unlock "the joy and fun of making music without the frustration that many beginners experience."
Behringer explains that the iAxe is designed to bridge the gap between games such as Guitar Hero and a real guitar, turning in into an entry point for aspiring guitarists.
iAxe ships with a range of free apps: learn to play the guitar, add percussion, bass tracks and build and control a whole band. “Air Guitar” mode lets you play classic songs with skill, while "On Stage" can trigger other instruments and let you play your own composition live. A second dock located on the headstock area allows the player to read music or lyrics from an iPod or iPhone while playing.
Visit www.behringer.com for more details.
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