Yamaha has recently rolled out its new concept digital musical instrument known as “Tenori-On”, where the device’s LED buttons are used to play phrases and tempos, making it quite unlike any other musical instrument you have come across. Both rear and front sides feature 256 LEDs laid out, where LEDs on the front side can be pressed by the user to play music as well as compose songs, while the rear side LEDs show the same pattern as the one on the front in order to provide viewers with a visual presentation to complement the audio part. Songs created on the Tenori-On can be recorded on an SD memory card. This concept digital music instrument will retail for $1,158 later this May.
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