We've frolicked with Yamaha's Tenori-On, mixed on Tonium's Pacemaker and busked with our iPhones, but such is the array of musical talent at Stuff – perhaps only last witnessed in Busted's heyday – we need a new gadgety instrument to channel our distinctive Middlesex sound into. The Vivace, above, looks like a promising candidate.
Sadly only a concept at the moment, it's essentially a keyboard, laptop and controller rolled into one handy portable music studio. Using the multi-touch display, you'll be able to delve into an array of samples and sound effects, record, edit and publish your tunes online using the internet connectivity.
Strangely, the keys are also touch-sensitive, which could make playing a bit more 'experimental', though there's also a octave button (see below) for a quick change of key. We imagine Jean Michel Jarre is already on the pre-order list.