Though many may think of large format behemoths at the mention of synthesizers, analog and digital sound laboratories come in many shapes and sizes – ranging from colorful accordion-like wearable models to ring-shaped multi-taskers to desktop blocks. Most of these devices are aimed squarely at adults, but occasionally hardware for young sonic scientists comes along that's capable of satisfying grown ups, too. Such is the case with Blipblox, a music-making toy for kids which looks like so much fun that parents might just end up playing it themselves.
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