The Otamatone is a fun, little instrument that will arouse everyone's curiosity. In the shape of an eight note, it's played by pressing the stem and squishing its cute face. Developed in Japan around the year 2009, this model comes in yellow with black eyes.
The Otamatone is two more fun instruments to play. Obviously, raised and developed in Japan.
The Japanese have very interesting and fun ideas and Otamatone is one of the best. This musical instrument in the form of a quilt is played by pressing a sensor at the end, as a stringed instrument is played, and creating a modulation by pressing the face - or the lower part - of the Otamatone. Face sim, because I fear smells.
The Otamatone allows you to play long notes in glissando, making it possible to interpret any melody. A scale is chromatic with a range of three oitavas. Or it is generated that way that we press the scale, it is not necessary to blow or charge the keys to start playing.
Because it is so easy to use, it is perfect for musicians of all ages, from the youngest to the most advanced. Just have some force in your hands and unwrap the ear.
You controls are simple. It has a switch to turn on/off and select the two volume modes (low and high), plus an ointment selector to choose more bass, medium or treble tones.
Otamatone works with 3 AAA batteries (recommended alkaline batteries).
It seems like a jump, more like Otamatone is a musical instrument that helps to develop the hearing and the ability to create simple melodies, in a very fun way.
Created in 2009, the Otamatone can be described as an electronic music synthesizer. Deceptively simple, the Otamatone has been used by several musicians to make versions of music on social networks and even shine on Spain's Got Talent in 2021.
This model by Otamatone has a very nice and well-disposed weapon: it loves it, it has black eyes, and it is ready to bring more joy to your music and to the life of the people you hear.
Discover how music can be more fun with an Otamatone.
Shape: eight note (quaver)
Volume (Low, High)
Octave switch (Low, Mid, High)
Power supply: 3 AAA batteries (Alkaline batteries recommended)
The Otamatone is a fun, little instrument that will arouse everyone's curiosity. In the shape of an eight note, it's played by pressing the stem and squishing its cute face. Developed in Japan around the year 2009,...