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’:
Production of the Arpeggio is being funded by a completed Kickstarter project. We talked with Tangible Instruments founder Charlie Lesoine, in the video above, who showed us the current design prototype and discussed the status of the project.
They were not showing a working prototype of the Arpeggio at the show, so here’s a previously released demo using a pre-production prototype:
The Arpeggio is available for pre-order for US $199.
8 thoughts on “Tangible Instruments Arpeggio Update”
Anxious to see how features and pricing stack up against chord bot.
Chordbot is an app, some people don’t like to use apps.
I don’t get it. Hardware mono arpeggiator in 2016?
yup just get a oberheim cyclone
> We talked with Tangible Instruments founder Charlie Lesoine, who showed us the current design prototype and discussed the status of the project.
So what did he say for the love of god?
That sentence refers to the video above it, where Lesoine introduces himself and gives a three-minute overview of the Arpeggio.
I updated the post to make this more explicitly clear.
Doesn’t look like a toy at ALL.!
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Available for years, cheaper (Kit $80,00 / build $120,00) and with more features, also cooler look.
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