German design firm Pilotfish plans to make an advanced phone that would allow for users to edit music on the go, Reuters reports. Pilotfish said its concept–which will reach the market a few years from now at the earliest–will enable good quality recording of three separate sound tracks and allow editing of the music by physically twisting and bending the phone. The company, which also has designed scooters and blood pressure monitors, initially will target music enthusiasts and amateur musicians, but it also sees wider appeal for the phone. Analysts said the phone looked attractive but were skeptical about the potential demand in a market dominated by phone manufacturers such as Nokia and Apple. "In a fast-moving market, niche specifications and applications can rapidly become standard features. We’ve seen that with cameras, positioning, and a host of other features," said Geoff Blaber from CCS Insight. The phone’s main touch screen consists of three "sticks" that can be removed and separately clipped onto a musical instrument or a person to capture live sound…

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