littleBits Synth Kit

SKU: 650-0124-B

Create amazing sounds right out of the box while learning the basics of analog synthesis. Includes a Project booklet with step-by-step instructions for creating a wide array of sound circuits and projects, and the box transforms into a ready-to-use performance station that can connect to recording or live sound equipment.

  • 12 bits, 1 accessory
  • Ages 14+

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1 year: $13.99
2 year: $18.99
3 year: $27.99

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Price:
$159
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Meet the Kit

Both kids and professional musicians can explore the science of sound, make sweet beats, and create instruments with this award-winning modular synthesizer. Co-designed with world-renowned electronic music maker KORG. Create amazing sounds right out of the box while learning the basics of analog synthesis. Combine the littleBits Synth Kit with other littleBits modules to make expressive interfaces, or creations that span light, motion and sound! Includes a project booklet with step-by-step instructions for creating a wide array of sound circuits and projects, and the box transforms into a ready-to-use performance station that can connect to recording or live sound equipment.

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