We all need new gadgets and toys, or at least to window shop once in a while. In the Tech category of the Ledger Note Blog, you can find the coolest and strangest new gear on the scene that’ll make your friends, like, totally jelly.
The day had finally come. I'd worn my extra pair of Sennheiser HD-280 Pro's out. After a decade, the headband was wrapped in electrical tape, the cushions on the band and ears were starting to crumble. Everything else was fine and I know I can get replacements, but rather than do that I opted to […]
The last time we visited Jeremy Bell & his ScrubBoard he was working on demoing the added rocker to his DJ scratching device from the retro-future. But of course, nothing this revolutionary can stand still for too long. The ScrubBoard's Evolution Now, not only has he put together a more refined product, but he's stepped […]
Sonuus, the guitar playing engineers that brought us their pitch-to-MIDI converters and pedals for guitars are revolutionizing the industry again. Meet Loopa, the world's first looper microphone: Every good product solves a specific need and Loopa is no different. The Vocal Looper Conundrum Vocalists are unique among the world of musicians. Their instrument is their […]
I know what you're thinking... "But are they really from the future?" Yes, the answer is yes. I would have included my time machine on this post but it unfortunately doesn't make music. Just an annoying high-pitch buzzing sound before I quantum leap. Here are some gadgets that do make music, though, that I brought […]
That's right. You read that correctly. Check out this titanium masterpiece: Gittler Instruments was at NAMM 2016 showing off their minimally designed, fully titanium electric guitar, pictured above. It looks like something out of an H.R. Giger drawing, but from the distant future. I suppose the design considerations were driven partially by the cost of the material […]
This is straight up gangsta. *wicky wicky skerra* If you're like me, you've tried to invent a new type of musical instrument and failed. You've laid in bed trying to figure out a new way of making sound, but it's all been covered. Plucking strings, vibrating air, slapping membranes... it's all been done. Jeremy Bell […]