We took Yamaha’s new digital saxophone for a spin
Also, we spent some time with Rode’s new vlogger kit and a “magic radio”
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This week our reviews were mostly focused on unique audio devices, including a “magic radio” and digital saxophone.
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James Trew tried the Vlogger Kit by Assembled and quickly became a fan of the microphone, light cube, and windshield filter.
He also experienced Teenage Engineering’s OB-4, a “magic radio” that can also record loops, play FM radio, and act as a turntable.
Meanwhile, Jess Conditt downplayed her saxophone skills to play the Yamaha YDS-150, a digital instrument she says is best for studio musicians. Also, Devindra Hardawar screened the new Studio Ghibli movie Earwig and the Witch … and she had nothing good to say about it. Ouch.
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