The AirTurn footpedal is the product that makes reading music digitally worth it. With current pdf reader apps, you can read and write on your digital music, keep all your music in one place, make set lists for a particular rehearsal or concert and much, much more. Combine this with the AirTurn page turning pedal and you are all set for a great music reading experience.
See what more and more musicians are discovering about the ease of hands free page turns with digital sheet music. Learn about the AirTurn BT-105 Bluetooth hands free page turning pedal system for the iPad, Android, Mac and PC in 2 minutes by clicking on the video link below.
Check out AirTurn's App Guide to see which music reader app is right for you. http://airturn.com/ipad-apps/airturns-app-guide-for-tablets-and-computers
Chop Saver is all natural lip balm formulated by a musician for musicians. It's 100% natural and full of good things like shea butter, aloe, vitamin E and herbs including arnica, calendula, and white willow. No petroleum, no harsh chemicals - and it smells great!
Dr. Catherine Leach, professor of trumpet at the University of Tennessee and principal trumpet of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra says, "ChopSaver really works! It feels good on the lips and noticeably reduces swelling on long playing days. My students also love Chopsaver; it protects their lips from dryness and cracks during the marching band season."
Karen Evans Moratz, principal flute with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra says, "ChopSaver is really the only product I've tried that soothes and repairs lips without feeling waxy or sticky. Its lightness and natural scent mean that I can even use it while I'm playing."
ChopSaver is made with only the highest quality ingredients. you won't find this combination of soothing ingredients in any other product! And one tube of ChopSaver lasts a long time.
Wristies are fingerless gloves crafted from warm, soft Polartec fleece. They keep your hands, wrists, and arms warm and more flexible while practicing and performing. Keeping the back of the hand and pulse point warm improves circulation even to uncovered fingers. This improves dexterity and flexibility and helps musicians experience less strain, stress, and have more agility and accuracy while playing.