At the 2016 NAMM Show, we got an update from Tangible Instruments on the Arpeggio, described as ‘the first dedicated arpeggiator & sequencer in one portable device’:
The Kickstarter project to fund production of the Arpeggio portable arpeggiator, sequencer & synth has reached its $85,000 funding target, with several days to go.
Tangible Instruments CEO Charlie Lesoine let us know that they’ve released a new video overview of the Arpeggio – a dedicated arpeggiator, sequencer & synth in one portable device:
Tangible Instruments has officially introduced Arpeggio, described as ‘the first dedicated arpeggiator & sequencer in one portable device’.
Tangible Instruments has officially introduced Arpeggio, a new portable virtual analog monophonic synthesizer, arpeggiator and sequencer.
Alexander Randon has released Arpeggionome for iPhone, the iPhone version of Arpeggionome Pro. Arpeggionome for iPhone lets you create intricate patterns of musical notes, then trigger those patterns at different pitches and speeds with an x-y matrix. Tilt the iPhone for accelerometer-controlled pitchbend and volume. Here’s a demo of Arpeggionome for iPhone in action: