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gTar uses an iPhone and LEDs to teach you to play the guitar

This isn’t your traditional axe, but an electric guitar-digital device hybrid that makes sound via MIDI processed through an iPhone.

Have you always wanted to be a rockstar but lacked the necessary musical talent? 487 more words

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If You Got The Gift Bag From The VMAs, What Do You Want In It?

Every presenter & performer on the VMAs last night got the coveted “gift bag” backstage. Some of the items included:

* Ascot & Hart trucker art… 51 more words


Incident, Makers Of The gTar, Launch Sequence App So Anyone Can Make Music

Incident, the same folks that brought you the gTar, are today opening up the platform to a new group of users. Launching Sequence, the company wants to make it as easy as possible for total amateurs to get started making music. 272 more words


Keller Williams Tampa Properties Agents Outpace the Market

Just two months into 2014, we’re getting a clear picture of which agents are leading the way in today’s market. Here is a rundown of the latest sales data in Tampa Bay. 196 more words


Incident Inks Deal With Sony/ATV, EMI To Bring 2 Million Songs To The gTar

Learning to play the gTar, by Disrupt darling Incident, is about as easy as learning to ride a bike. A series of light-up LEDs, paired with an app on your smartphone, show the gTar player exactly when and where to strum to create beautiful music. 236 more words


Top Ten Technologies Funded by Kickstarter

Kickstarter is a fantastic website where new business ideas can be pitched to the public in search of funding. This method of sourcing investment has been referred to as crowd funding. 1,182 more words


Disrupt Darlings GTar Talk About What Happens After You Succeed On Stage, Raise $350K, And Have To Ship Product

Last May, Incident Tech launched the gTar, a guitar with real strings that connected to a smartphone for some amazing sound processing. In the last few months, the founder, Idan Beck and his team have been busy preparing the 800 guitars he pre-sold on… 1,105 more words