About Them: The story of BrainBeat actually goes all the way back to 1992 when James Cassily, a record producer and engineer, created a device to help musicians with timing and rhythm. Surprisingly, the device also proved to have positive effects on people’s focus and coordination skills.
Brain Beat is a great game for adults and kids to learn about rhythm. This $250 game is super easy to use and very fun. Simply place CD into the computer. Put the headphones on, wrap the palm button around the hand and listen and hit the button. Just follow the the CD and learn how to make rhythm sounds. The whole box is all set up for you, and when your done you can place it all back in the box for later. We have music in our house. My husband who plays guitar and in a band, same with his brothers. Now my kids are starting to get into it as well. Mine are still a little young to understand the concept of the game. However older kids seem to understand the idea, and I love using it too, even though I don’t have the music blood, I still like creating music. This game helps you understand many things you wouldn’t quite learn on your own. Everything in the box is really good quality and durable. Super easy to set up, with out instructions and the CD is pretty much self learn to. This is great for so many things, rhythm, focus, coordination, concentration, & many more learning tools to!
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