Roland has made available their new AE-01 Aerophone mini, a beginner-friendly digital wind instrument that removes complicated fingerings and difficult breath control. It features Bluetooth MIDI and Audio connectivity, as well as supplies interactive lessons and tutorials.
Roland’s AE-01 joins Roland’s growing Aerophone family and stands out when it comes to features. The Aerophone mini comes packed with six different onboard sounds, including saxophone and violin, and offers over 50 additional modern and traditional tones through the free Aerophone mini Plus app for iOS and Android. The AE-01 offers features that experienced musicians can appreciate as well, like the ability to personalize breath sensitivity settings, fingering layouts, and connect via Bluetooth MIDI to popular DAW software for recording and sound creation.
Compact digital wind instrument that’s easy to learn and fun to play
Six high-quality onboard sounds include saxophone, flute, clarinet, violin, and more
Access over 50 additional sounds with the free Aerophone mini Plus app for iOS and Android
Learn quickly with simple fingering based on a traditional recorder
Get up to speed with 11 easy-to-follow tutorial songs in the Aerophone mini Plus app
Play anywhere with the onboard speaker and battery power
Plug in headphones and enjoy playing without disturbing others
Light and easy to carry (500 g/1 lb. 2 oz.)
Jam along with favorite songs on your smartphone via Bluetooth
Wirelessly play software instruments with Bluetooth MIDI
Pricing and Availability
The Roland Aerophone mini, priced at $299, is now available for purchase and you can visit the Roland website to learn more.
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