Mikme is a Studio Quality Wireless Recording Microphone

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Meet Mikme, the tiny, affordable built-in microphone slash magic box providing wireless studio quality recording via Bluetooth.

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Whether you are a musician, a music or film producer, or just a podcast guru skyping away amid the virtual radio waves turned digital, the Mikme can revolutionize the use of microphones as a tool.

Push one button and record audio wirelessly!

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Geek Weekly: Han Solo Millennium Falcon Guitar

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Doni Custom Guitars have outdone themselves by merging two of the most beloved of pastimes, music and Star Wars, in the Han Solo Millennium Falcon Guitar!

The guitar is literally made from a massive Millennium Falcon toy.

How they scraped together enough of the large units from 1979 to 2004 remains a mystery, but the custom guitar gurus at Doni decided to use the model spacecraft as the body of a Stratocaster style-based guitar.

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ELP Laser Turntable Lets You Listen To Records Without Spinning Them

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The motto of the ELP Laser Turntable is No Contact. No Wear. and for good reason as the device plays pure, uncompressed analog deliciousness from your vinyl records without spinning or even touching them.

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How sexy is that, music lovers?

The laser picks up the analog sound right out of the grooves in the records without having to spin or put a needle to them.

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JACK Is Ultimate In Wireless Guitar Using Uncompressed Wi-Fi!

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The craftsmen at Ingenious Audio have funded their Kickstarter campaign for JACK, the amazing Wi-Fi device that allows you to connect your guitar to your amp, computer, soundboard, or phone for seamless, wireless, uncompressed audio.

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Jack generates studio level quality without any routers, or cables necessary.

We are not jacking you here, folks (pun intended)!

You can patch into your soundboard or laptop directly by fastening one Jack into the female receptacle on the axe.

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Hands On: Shock, Dust & Water Proof BOOM Swimmer Bluetooth Speaker

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In short, the BOOM Swimmer Bluetooth speaker ROCKS!

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Being sent a BOOM Swimmer unit to review, Gadizmo put this little guy through every rigorous test known to humankind outside of climbing in a trash compactor (do not try that at home, kids).

The speaker went through a boot camp if you will. Here is what we found:

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Big Turtle Shell — If Batman Had a Bluetooth Speaker, it Would Work, Look, and Sound Like This

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Big Turtle Shell is a water, dirt, and shock resistant wireless Bluetooth speaker that looks like Morgan Freeman made it for the dank, stalagmite filled Batcave.

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Close your eyes… you’re in Christopher Nolan’s Batcave; Christian Bale is out growl-talking some thugs. You’re Michael Caine, and the Batcave is a mess. You need some of those nostalgic UK tunes to put you in the cleaning mood — the BIG Turtle Shell is there for you.

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Neil Young’s Pono Music Kickstarter About To Break $5 Million

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Music aficionados take note: a revolution is coming to music listening, and its name is Pono.

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Despite my respect (and as an amateur musician/songwriter that’s seen Mr. Young live) and awe for Neil Young and Crazy Horse, I personally thought a triangular iPod, mp3 music player that was too wide to comfortably fit in your pocket a dumb idea . . . and I was dead wrong.

Here’s why:

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Loudbasstard Smartphone Passive Amplifiers – Slick, Green and Loud

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I won’t lie to you – I’ve spent more time than I’d like to admit placing my Nexus 7 on various household surfaces, propping it up on pencils and pointing it at walls of various angles in an attempt to discover the best, wire-free method of amplifying its measly speakers. But it seems Loudbasstard have beaten me to it with their range of passive amplifiers.

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These gorgeous looking passive amplifiers are made from woven bamboo and rattan and come in a range of colors including teal, crimson, charcoal and my favourite, emerald. Due to the nature of bamboo and rattan, Loudbasstard amplifiers are sturdy, easy to clean and will boost the overall sound output of any smartphone or tablet without the need for extra wires, adapters or electricity in general!

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The Dash: Wireless Earbuds That Double as a Performance Fitness Tracker

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Move over Dre, there’s a new kid on the block. If you thought you’ve proven your musical acuity with a pair of Beats, then I’m afraid you’ve barely touched the tip of the iceberg. Developed by German start-up Bragi, The Dash converges wearable tech, entertainment and fitness all into a pair of discreetly designed ear buds.

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The Dash dons a 4GB drive that can store up to 1,000 songs, completely eliminating the need to have a mobile device on your person. Its ergonomic design ensures maximum comfort, and is water-resistant up to one meter. To accommodate different wearers, The Dash offers three different sizes of silicone sleeves, designed to hold tightly during exercise with a three point secure fit.

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Livid’s Guitar Wings Brings Awesome Guitar Effects To Our Fingerstips

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It doesn’t mater if you’re a casual strummer or a six-string savant, there’s no denying that daisy chaining audio equipment together is a pain in the arse that turns your living room into a spaghetti wire death trap.

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What’s even worse is when a computer or tablet is involved and the joy of music making must be interrupted to manually alter guitar effects. If only there were a way to clear up those pesky wires… oh wait, there is – the Livid Instruments Guitar Wing.

Once attached to the horn of any electric guitar or bass, the Guitar Wing grants easy and instant access to any audio software or MIDI compliant hardware it’s “tethered” to, be that on a computer or on a tablet. Not only does this grant guitar players the ability to apply a range of cool sound effects to their music on-the-fly, but it also reduces – and potentially eliminates – the need for physical effects pedals.

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