When you buy through links on our site, Inspiralist may earn an affiliate commission. More Info
Lifestyle

Learn How to Play over 100 Musical Instruments with This Revolutionary Cube

© Unsplash

Learning to play a musical instrument is a challenging exercise, it’s a long process, and one most never fully complete, but there could soon be a simpler way of learning, and learning more than one instrument at a time.

All those hours spent reading books, watching YouTube videos and paying for lessons could soon be a thing of the past courtesy of an impressive multi – sided, 3D – printed cube called Cuebe which aims to revolutionise the we learn how to play musical instruments.

See: These Gravity Defying Shelves Will Make It Seem Like Your Books Are Floating in Midair

cuebe musical instrument

Cuebe

See: Bang and Olufsen Are Changing the Game with Their New Folding Television

Music is a beautiful way to positively connect people and inventor Ravi Ruparel and sound engineer, Jakub Benacka, hope the Cuebe can achieve that.

Building on the development of sample-based machines and synthesisers made by the likes of Yamaha and Rolandin, the Cuebe allows users to learn how to play over 100 different instruments on a muli-purpose, electronic piano-esq cube.

Using its three-octave scale laid out across its six sides, each key on the Cuebe is linked to acoustics and electronic sounds of the likes of a piano, electric guitar, synthesisers and various percussion and orchestral instruments.

cuebe musical instrument

Pexels

The Cuebe’s 3D-printed design allows users to touch and play one of 37 different keys which all individually trigger a note from a library of over 100 sound samples.

The standard Cuebe is aimed at families and musical beginners, while a pro version targets those looking for recording studio standard and live performances.

The Cuebe is still in development but more information can be found at Cuebe online.

For even more ideas and inspiration for your home, pets, garden and family life like us on Pinterest and Facebook