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Eigenlabs Launches A Revolutionary New Instrument, The Eigenharp

United States
English
16th December 2009 — After eight years in the making, the most revolutionary new musical instrument of the last 60 years has launched

The Eigenharp is a brand new instrument, the very first of its kind. Designed specifically for live performance, it is simply the most expressive electronic musical instrument ever made. Developed by a British company over 8 years, it redefines everything we have come to know about electronic instruments. With the Eigenharp, the musician can play and improvise using a limitless range of sounds with virtuoso skill. The Eigenharp can play and record loops, change key, transpose, alter tempo, program beats, switch and layer sounds, all while the musician is performing live on stage.

The music industry is evolving and many artists no longer make a living from record sales alone. Live music is thriving, placing the emphasis back on the artist to make their shows more dynamic and engaging. The Eigenharp gives the musician new freedom to express their creativity through improvisation like no other performance instrument in existence today.

The Eigenharp Alpha is our flagship instrument, designed with professional musicians in mind. It has 120 highly sensitive keys, 12 percussion keys, 2 strip controllers, a breath pipe and numerous pedal inputs. The comprehensive software system provides a wealth of musical performance features. The Eigenharp Alpha retails from £3,995 inc. vat, available for order online.

The Eigenharp Pico is a smaller, more affordable version. It has 22 keys, a breath pipe and strip controller. It shares many of the performance features of the Alpha. It’s a great introduction to the Eigenharp and is suitable for all levels of player, from beginner to soloist. The Pico retails for £399 inc. vat, also available for order online.
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