The astonishing Eigenharp 3D keys are amazingly sensitive, ten times more so than those on a conventional keyboard. They detect the movement of your finger to within a micron - sensing pressure for volume, side to side for effects and moving up and down for pitch. It's also fully polyphonic, giving you the expressive power to put real feeling into every single note you play.
More developer-oriented information will become available in the coming days. In the meantime, we hope you enjoy this video that captures the essence of this wonderful experience!
If you have suggestions about how we could leverage the possibilities of Google+ for the Eigenharp community, we're listening with both ears. We're already thinking of starting the seminars up again, but this time using Hangouts instead of Ustream.
Anything else you think would be cool? Let us know in the comments.
will be demonstrating the unique expressiveness of the Eigenharp Alpha and highlighting the perfect match between Cubase Note Expression and the Eigenharp. Demonstrations on the / Cubase stand will be on:
Friday 23rd March at 16:00
Saturday 24th March at 12:00
Hall 5.1 Booth B78
There will be an opportunity to meet Geert and the Eigenharps before and after each demo. To request a meeting, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
Eigenlabs has so far attracted investment in excess of £10m. The company itself is highly technical and visionary, with an international team composed of outstanding individuals who excel in their fields. The design centre and factory are based in Devon, while the marketing and musician teams are based in London.
Eigenlabs works with leading craftsmen in Devon, plus a wide range of UK based subcontractors.
Eigenlabs has developed a number of significant new technologies in the eight years of its research and development programme, resulting in a number of patents being filed for its core technology, a testimony to the very British spirit of invention at its heart.
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