Eigenlabs Intros Mac-Only Eigenharp Alpha, Eigenharp Pico Electronic Music Instruments

eigenharp-alphaEigenlabs has officially introduced two Eigenharp electronic music instruments:

The Eigenharp Alpha, right, is their professional level instrument. It allows the musician to play and improvise using a limitless range of sounds with virtuoso skill.

It has 120 playing keys, 12 percussion keys, two strip controllers and a breath pipe. It’s available in a variety of custom finishes.

What’s in the box?

  • Eigenharp Pico in robust cardboard carry case/box.
  • Product Activation card for website support and tutorial materials.
  • Breath pipe.
  • Two mouthpieces.
  • Neck strap.
  • 3M Pico to computer USB2 connecting cable.
  • Eigenlabs 8GB USB stick with latest install software (Macintosh) and getting started tutorials.

The Eigenlabs Eigenharp Alpha is priced starting at Price £3950.00 (inc vat).

eigenharp-picoThe Eigenharp Pico is designed to be simple to use so anyone can play it.

With 18 playing keys and 4 mode keys, a strip controller and breath pipe, the smaller Pico has the majority of the playing features of the Eigenharp Alpha. It plays an unlimited range of sounds and is available in two finishes.

The Eigenharp Pico, with its ease of playing and transformational approach to learning scales and music theory, represents a new and easier way to learn to play a musical instrument. The Pico gives you freedom to express your creativity through improvisation like no other electronic instrument in existence.

What’s in the box?

  • Eigenharp Pico in robust cardboard carry case/box.
  • Product Activation card for website support and tutorial materials.
  • Breath pipe.
  • Two mouthpieces.
  • Neck strap.
  • 3M Pico to computer USB2 connecting cable.
  • Eigenlabs 8GB USB stick with latest install software (Macintosh) and getting started tutorials.

The Eigenlabs Eigenharp Pico retails starting at £349 inc Vat.

5 thoughts on “Eigenlabs Intros Mac-Only Eigenharp Alpha, Eigenharp Pico Electronic Music Instruments

  1. I find this instrument SO exciting! Heartfelt congratulations to it's creators.I hope it flies high to great success.
    Yet i've already seen a few misguided 'negative' comments along the 'corny' lines that it's not a "real/proper" instrument.
    I may not be 'qualified' to judge the question but I KNOW that when I can manage the required squid£ies i'm having a Pico and will crash the barriers of technique and music theory that keep me a musical 'dyslectic' for such a frustratingly long time.
    BIG L<3VE to Eigenlabs, you have already blownmymynd !!!!!!

  2. it's a bit expensive… I don't see how you can justify buying something like that without an entry level model to learn to play on. You might find you hate it. And I don't think the pico counts because it's basically a completely different instrument.

  3. it's a bit expensive… I don't see how you can justify buying something like that without an entry level model to learn to play on. You might find you hate it. And I don't think the pico counts because it's basically a completely different instrument.

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