For all you people out there, frantically surfing the web for that perfect Christmas present for the music, recording geek in him / her. Do not worry. We have saved you all that hassle, by counting down our top ten favourite music tech gadgets and gifts. So I hope this helps! Merry Christmas!
Suck UK DJ Cat Scratch Turntable. Yes it is what we just said, a turntable look a like, perfect for your cat to release it’s inner Jazzy Jeff. £14.50
BOSE SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker. A great wireless mobile speaker for a great price. Delivers full, natural sound from an ultra-compact speaker that fits in the palm of your hand. £169.95
Dancing Robot Speaker. Now we’re not saying the speaker is as good as the BOSE, but we are saying it’s brilliant to watch and beats the dancing sunflower any day! Great little stocking filler. £19.99
Gibson Modern Vintage Guitar Strap. For the Clapton in all of us, this a guitar strap not to turn your nose up at! It has been created with a build quality and design to match that of their famed guitars. £69.99
AmpliTube iRig. Imagine carrying your entire guitar or bass rig around in your pocket. When we say entire, we mean tuner, pedalboard, amp head, cabinet, microphone AND 4 track recorder. That’s a lot to fit into your pocket, but now you can thanks to AmpliTube iRig. £23.99
B&W P5 Headphones. Concert for one. Get closer to your favourite music wherever you are with the P5 noise-isolating headphones. Specially developed neodymium magnets and highly optimised diaphragms keep music sounding rich, pure and incredibly detailed, with no need for artificial adjustments. £249.95
Orange Micro Terror + PPC108 Amp Bundle. Who doesn’t love Orange Amps? The Micro Terror head is no taller than your iPhone, yet builds on the same specs that make its elder Terrors so terrifyingly awesome and cheap! £158.00
AUUG Motion Synth. Funded by Kickstarter. The Motion Synth system (AUUG grip, app, and cloud access) transforms your iPhone or iPod touch into a motion-based musical instrument. Pre – Order $99.00
SL 300 USB Mic. Giving you perfect vocal recording is just one of the benefits of your the Editors Keys SL300 USB Microphone. So simple to use, you just plug in and play, with no interface needed. Its also broadcast approved, recording at 48Khz. £99.99
Novation Base Station ll. Last but by no means least. We love this little bad boy, based on the classic original Bass Station but re-worked for the 21st century. It has two filters, two oscillators plus a third sub-oscillator, patch save and a fully analogue effects section. £399.00
There you have it! Ten of our favourite items to go under the tree, that shouldn’t break the bank. Hope you like them, click the product name for the link to their page.