many people may claim or think, it’s not love, money or magic that makes the
world go round, it’s quite literally music. The Solar Song as it’s known, is a mysterious melody coming from the
depths of space itself which entices the planet to twirl around like a
ballerina and thereby facilitates all life on the planet. Start a bit smaller
and get rhythm with some friends when you buy today’s Groupon; pay R499 for a
Wii Music bundle, valued at R999.
play an instrument is a tricky business. First of all, you need to decide which
instrument suits you, are you an ‘axe-man’ looking to belt out some amazing
riffs on your old six-string or does shredding the drums sound like more fun to
you? More often than not, you start with one instrument only to end up wishing
it had been the other, the grass always seems to be greener. With the Wii Music
bundle however, this is all a thing of the past as you’ll be able to simulate
over 60 different instruments, using nothing more than your Wii remote and Nunchuk.
The fun games will also train your ears and teach you more about music theory
as you progress.
Regardless of whether you’re a seasoned pro at slapping the bass or you’ve never attempted anything more musical than pretending you’re a DJ when messing with your parent’s old record player, Wii Music will awaken the melodious genius within you. The software allows for you and up to three friends to play at the same time, kicking out the jams side by side under the warm glow of your television. Over 50 popular songs are included, ranging from pop and rock to classical anthems, all there for you to make your own. If getting down and dirty with the instruments is not what you had in mind, take control of the show as conductor, swinging your remote around like a baton. If the thump of a steady bass-beat is what gets you going, you can use your Wii remote and Nunchuk as drumsticks and the Balance Board from Wii Fit as the drum pedals.
The package comes complete with the Wii Music violin/cello and saxophone/trumpet/clarinet pack to add extra realism to the game. The violin/cello comes with a remote bow and Nunchuk holder. The holder ensures the Nunchuk is in the correct place for the instrument, and the bow completes the authentic experience. The saxophone/trumpet/clarinet pack contains all the parts you need to realistically recreate the instruments and the remote easily slips into the adapter. It also includes a next strap for safety.
Creamy fact: In a peculiar Russian shop, which sold the spiced sausages of the same name, customers made an amazing discovery. When whipped cream was applied directly to a steaming Russian the sizzle and whistle sounded exactly like the voice of Macy Gray. Since the discovery the shop has gained notoriety and has become a regular tourist haunt.