Playing stringless guitar would feel odd, but Kurv Guitar still makes an attempt to bring you a stringless digital guitar called Kurv Guitar. This unique digital music instrument allows you to learn and play songs using just touch, motion, and gestures, no strings attached.
Learn to play guitar is not easy, it can be pretty frustrating sometimes, especially when you are still at early stages. Kurv Guitar wants to bring the joy of playing guitar available to everyone, it allows you straight to play the music. The components have been designed to fit the shape of your hand and reach of your fingers, you can comfortably touch 8 distinct places on your palm. There are 8 notes in an octave, 8 notes in a scale, and 8 chords in a key. All you need to do is press down on the touch pad and strum the pick, the harder you strum the louder the sound.
Designer : KurvGuitar
Connect Kurv Guitar to your smartphone through Bluetooth, it frees up your headphone jack for use with other compatible speakers, headphones, or even a guitar amplifier. The touchpad is pressure sensitive, giving articulations like pitch bending at your fingertips. Download the app, it comes with 60 hit songs that you can play right away, in minutes, you could be jamming with classic rock music or Taylor Swift’s “Shake it off”. The intelligent tutorials track your progression, it’ll give instant feedback on your playing skill, it’s like having your own private tutor next to you. Just in case you already know how to play the instrument, you can still use Kurv to compose your own songs, it gives you access to a full palette of chords, the chromatic scale, and the ability to link with recording software.
There are a wide variety of programmable gestures, for example Kurv responds to a flick of wrist downwards could change from chords to single notes or a sideways flick would shift the octave. This device has its own advanced music synthesis engine that runs on both iPhones and iPads, you can also have the option to use Kurv as a MIDI controller. Inside the package, you’ll find 2 Kurvs, one for your left hand and one for your right. Each movement and touch that you perform can send a fully assignable MIDI signal, thus, generating sound in 3D space. Due to its innovative design, it is highly possible to use Kurv not just as a digital guitar but hundreds of other musical instruments. The software development team is working hard to release different options to encourage you to make Kurv your own.