The Aerophone mini, which weighs just over a pound (500g) and uses four AA batteries for up to 10 hours of continuous playback, is built into a 1.5-watt speaker for public performances and comes with a headphone jack for quiet practice. It opens the box with the sound of a saxophone, flute and violin, and it offers seven main keys and two double-frequency keys. Users don't need to focus on breathing control techniques, just learn simple fingering and blow your mouth on the microphone.
By playing musical instruments withcellphoneFifty additional instrumental sounds can be obtained by pairing the Aerophone Mini Plus application with the iOS and Android versions. The application also provides interactive courses andcourse (of study)。
Aerophone mini is not just for beginners. Professionals can wirelessly connect it to popular DAW software via Bluetooth midi, adjust breathing sensitivity settings and change finger layout, and play with bands, which currently sells for $299.99.