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Skwitch Touch & Play Music Button

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  • Compose your own riffs, melodies, and chord progressions
  • No batteries required
  • Expressive and tactile with adjustable activation
  • Requires the Skwitch Music or Skwitch Access app (requires iOS 11.0 or later). See the quick start guide for more information
  • Connect wirelessly to GarageBand, Logic, or any other MPE or Audiobus-ready apps on your connected iPad or Mac
  • Functions as a programmable touch-sensitive input device for Swift Playgrounds
  • Please note: Requires iPhone 6S or later
  • Made in China
Materials
Micro-suction tape, PU foam with embedded magnet, ABS plastic
Care
Spot clean as needed
Dimensions
4.33" x 3.74" x 1.8"
Weight
0.33 lb

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Skwitch Touch & Play Music Button

$47.45 $49.95

Instant, accessible music · Squeeze, tap, and pound to create sounds · Pairs with iOS devices
The music button clips onto an iPhone and transforms it into a full-spectrum music machine through its app. Tactile yet digital, the button lets kids scratch beats for hours of expressive playtime. Source instruments and filter sounds to create chords, riffs, and melodies with a one-button band.

Skoogmusic

Skoogmusic got its start when Makers Dr. David Skulina and Dr. Ben Schögler were lead researchers on a musical instruments accessibility project. David studied physics and has a Ph.D. in musical acoustics while Ben studied developmental psychology and has a Ph.D. in music and communication. The duo created Skoogmusic as an easy-to-master alternative to traditional instruments, which require practice and skill. The irresistible squishy Skoog cube and Skwitch button look simple but synthesize complex sounds when pressed by young hands. They both work with iOS apps that let you switch up sounds, control volume, and even play music from iTunes and Spotify. It’s a fun, hands-on way to give any and all kids an instant way to musically express themselves.