Arpeggio, new portable arpeggiator and sequencer
Newcomer to the electronic instrument world, Tangible Instruments is teasing a portable hardware arpeggiator and sequencer.
Called Arpeggio, this new compact instrument gives you the ability to compose and play melodies wherever you want, wether you are at home or on a trip. Following are the first details announced by Tangible Instruments for their very first product:
- Create and save sequences in real time
- Up, up-down, down, down-up and random arpeggiator modes
- Chain together up to 512 user arpeggio patterns
- Internal 2-oscillator virtual analog monophonic synth
- Adjust note lengths and add rests into your sequence
- Connections: USB port, 1/4" & 1/8" audio out, MIDI in/out, CV/gate out
- Gate in/out for syncing to analog gear
- Control external hardware and software synths
- Built-in speaker
- AC & battery powered
No information about the pricing and availability of this upcoming Arpeggio. You can listen to demos at www.tangibleinstruments.com.
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