WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
“My kids played with Mixeroo last night. They loved it. I put it on my aux input and they took turns making mixes in the car for us. Fun Stuff”
From a customer review on Appolicious.com
“It’s really fun to isolate the different sounds and understand the different instrumentation of a composition. I realize that this is geared to the under 7 crowd, but my 12-year-old enjoyed playing with it as well!”
From a user email.
WHAT IT IS:
Mixeroo is a fun way to explore and experience music. Each colored fader represents a different sound or instrument. Want to hear less of the melody? Turn it down. Curious what the Piano is doing? Or the Viola? Or maybe the Penny Whistle? Just turn it up and hear the mix the way you want to. Mixeroo.
TWINKLE, TWINKLE LITTLE STAR
A classic to say the least, your little ones can sing along as they listen to each instrument.
Just be sure not to drift off to sleep!
Includes: Piano, Harpsichord, Bells, and Oboe.
WHEELS ON THE BUS
Well the faders don’t go up and around and around but they do go up and down!
A bouncy, upbeat ride along.
Includes: Drums, Stand Up Bass, Piano, and Flute
ITSY BITSY SPIDER
Watch as the spiders creep up the water spout and wash on down.
Includes: Bongos, Wurlitzer, Vibes, and Penny Whistle.
ODE TO JOY
The final movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony presented here as a string quartet.
A great way to introduce the ideas of counterpoint in a fun setting.
Includes: First Violin, Second Violin, Viola, and Cello.
– Four individual sounds or instruments in each song.
– Teaches musical concepts like melody and arrangement in a fun setting.
1) The Blue Fader is always the overall volume of the mixer.
2) Move more than one fader at a time to change the sound of the mix quicker.