Smart guitar learning device

Learning to play the guitar is not easy, and although hard work and practice cannot be replaced by anything, technology can help. Music AI Tech company has introduced mu6label - a multifunctional flexible device with AI, which is attached to the upper part of the guitar body.

The mu6label device was designed to solve some of the problems that are often faced by those who are learning to play the guitar. For example, even if novice guitarists hire a teacher, training is not available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and mistakes made between lessons may go unnoticed. mu6label is a device with a flexible silicone case that can stick to the upper flat surface of the guitar, for more curly models there is an additional adapter.

The student has two color touch displays with a resolution of 240x280 pixels for interacting with the device, a built-in piezo sensor for setting up and detecting errors during practice, as well as a built-in speaker. The battery is designed for 15 hours of operation without recharging.

Convenient features include tuners for four- to seven-string instruments, a chord library, a universal metronome, a decibel meter to maintain hearing health, and temperature/humidity sensors to keep the guitar in perfect condition.

There is a special mode for learning songs based on chords, or users can follow on-screen tablatures, adjusting the tempo and repeating fragments as needed to hone skills. There is a solo mode that shows the correct location of the fingers, and the choice of backing tracks will help hone the skills of jams.

The device can also analyze how the user is playing, and uses AI algorithms to identify errors and poor technique, providing recommendations on how to fix such problems, suggesting exercises for improvement, as well as tracking progress.

Out of the box, mu6label works as a learning multi-tool. The device is equipped with Bluetooth 5.0 and Wi-Fi and is compatible with iOS and Android smartphones.

mu6label is currently the subject of a Kickstarter campaign. The cost starts at £119, which includes free shipping for backers from the UK, EU and USA. If everything goes according to plan, the delivery of the device will begin in December of this year.

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