Friday, 11 December 2009

Eigenharp - The Musical Instrument of the Future


"A professional level instrument which allows the musician to play and improvise using a limitless range of sounds with virtuoso skill. The unique design of the keys makes this the most expressive electronic musical instrument ever made. The Alpha can play and record loops, change scale and key, transpose, alter tempo, program beats, create arrangements, switch and layer multiple sounds, all while the musician is performing live on stage.
Available in a variety of finishes, it has 120 highly sensitive keys, 12 percussion keys, 2 strip controllers, a breath pipe and numerous pedal inputs. This gives almost endless possibilities for flexible keyboard layouts, fast instrument switching and expressive musical control. The comprehensive software system provides a wealth of musical performance features, including playback of its own native instruments, many common software plugins, soundfonts or midi instruments."





Eigenharp Alpha Bond Theme





Video From the official Eigenharp website
In this video you can see how is the Eigenharp made and understand that it is assembled with the same care and detail has a vintage guitat, This gives the instrument the feeling of an actual musical instrument and not just a chunk of machines like you get wit sinthetizer.







Eigenharp Roadshow - Air Studios







Features of the Eigenharp - Strip Controller







Features of the Eigenharp - Keys







Features of the Eigenharp - the Arranger





First Time Playing the Eigenharp




the future of music - Eigenharp Alpha





Eigenharp: instrument of the future?






Eigenharp meets DT






Jordan's first touch of the Eigenharp





Ghost Town on the Eigenharp






Moby Extreme Ways on the Eigenharp (from Bourne Ultimatum)




Eigenharp in Trafalgar Square








Here are some still images so you can get a better look of the detail and elegansce of this instrument.




























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