COOL STUFF #4 | A Pocket-Sized Black Moleskine Music Notebook
An indispensable tool for musicians, this Moleskine notebook is made for musicians. Perfect for jotting down harmonies, melodies, musical ideas...
COOL STUFF #2 | 5-line Staff Liner Pen
Ever try to write a 5 line staff without a ruler? Even with a ruler it's a pain. We'll now this handy little 3 inch pen will tackle the job for you. Whether you are a composer or a music student needing a write out some musical sketches, this pen does the trick. It could also be handy for musicians needing to make an extra ossia staff above a staff in a printed score. Either way, we think this is a pretty nifty pen perfect for musicians...
COOL STUFF #9 | The Wheelharp
By Ludwig Van on October 5, 2015
Composer Nicholas Pike demonstrates The Wheelharp: a barrel-shaped keyboard that sounds like a cross between an accordion and a hurdy-gurdy.
COOL STUFF #11 | The Bazantar: One Of The Trippiest Instruments Ever Made
By Ludwig Van on January 27, 2016
Meet the Bazantar: one of the trippiest instruments ever made.
COOL STUFF #6 | StaffPad: Write Music Digitally By Hand
StaffPad just might be the most groundbreaking music notation software to come out since Finale and Sibelius...
COOL STUFF #15 | The Google Search Bar Metronome
By Ludwig Van on March 21, 2016
Looking for a metronome? Googles got your back.
COOL STUFF #5 | Airturn Bluetooth Page Turner
By Ludwig Van on March 20, 2015
This year we've seen a big increase in professional musicians using iPads to store and read their sheet music on stage. It is a very convenient option and we can see why so many musicians are adopting it. There are a number of peripheral devises available to enable page turns, but AirTurn has just released a super-cool, Bluetooth PED that allows you to control your iPad with your feet. It's small, slim and stealth, and is perfect for the travelling musician...
COOL STUFF #1 | Removable Musical Manuscript Paper on a Roll
As any musician can attest, making amendments to printed scores can be a messy process. It entails crossing-out notes or rhythms, (sometimes to the chagrin of the composer), and adding your own. Beside the untidy look, these changes become difficult to change after the fact. Now there is something that solves this problem - elegantly and cheaply, this makes our list for cool stuff we want...
COOL STUFF #7 | The Opera Platform: Free Live Opera Streaming Service
New opera streaming website The Opera Platform to offer free live performances worldwide.
COOL STUFF #8 | The Octobass: An Instrument Capable of Playing Below Human Hearing Range
Meet the octobass: An enormous string instrument capable of playing frequencies below what most humans can hear.