May 14, 2011
The Eigenharp is Mezmorizing in its Own Way: SF Music TechThe Eigenlabs guys were over from the UK for SF Music Tech last week. Says many a' musician: "It allows me to do things I wouldn't normally do with a solo instrument." The Eigenharp is the flagship, an idea that started on a farm in Devon in England. The Alpha is their high-end product, priced at over 4K (pounds), but the level of functionality is significant. It allows the musician to play and improvise using a limitless range of sounds with virtuoso skill and is available in a variety of custom finishes. Sub-$1K is the Eigenharp Pico, which has 18 playing keys and 4 mode keys, a strip controller and breath pipe. Below is a demo of how it works AND more importantly, how it sounds.
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