We received a sample to review and donated it after we used it.
With numerous studies focused on the positive effects of learning a musical instrument (from boosting confidence, to studies to even IQ points), parents across the nation, are very interested in having their kids learn how to play an instrument at a young age. Us included. We’ve had our kids in piano lessons for over a year now and my son started at age four. Kids can learn so much more than we give them credit for.
However, the complexity of learning coupled with numerous distractions, makes practicing something that has become dreaded. Until now…….
Of course the QuNexus is fun but it took us a while to find an app that would work with Windows 8, but we did find one and my husband had fun playing with it. It’s small enough to fit easily into a backpack, KMI’s QuNexus is a portable keyboard that makes kids instantly feel like they are rock stars. Featuring a keys that light up when hit to smart sensor technology enabling unprecedented expressive control, the QuNexus empowers kids to want to invest in playing instruments. Plus, it is compatible with an iPad or Android Tablet so kids can capture their sounds and share them with friends, even while on the go. Available for less than $150 at Guitar Center and Sam Ash stores across the country, the QuNexus (revered and used by bands including Vampire Weekend) may just be the answer parents everywhere have been looking for.
We have a rule that there is no TV or electronics until you practice and the QuNexus makes that possible even when we travel.