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Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 9:30 am
Sam Spoons wrote:They still have an active website and all the EigenHarp versions are available for sale with 2019 delivery dates?
That may be the case but they went down the pan in 2014 I think, meaning no more future development. This was when they made all the software public domain and let others take over the support of it.
I think basically they are still setup to create instruments to order but the guys behind it have moved on to new things.
Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 9:34 am
I'm pretty sure it does all run on a Raspberry Pi, I'm sure I read that before somewhere.
If you PM me your email I will email Mark and ask him to contact you with info.
Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 9:46 am
...EigenD is the devil's work, don't say we didn't warn you... ;)
The closest anyone has got to making a Pico standalone is Technobear's work with the Organelle
.https://forum.critterandguitari.com/t/e ... nelle/1714
He's a smart cookie that one.
A while back I picked up a Pisound
and I was hoping to make a Pico sound module or MIDI interface out of that...but this Linux stuff is quite an effort for me and that project's on hold at the moment. When I've played it live I've just used a laptop.
Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 9:53 am
Thanks BJG, that's just what I wanted to hear (especially as it came just after I'd bought one..... ;) )
I think I'd be pretty annoyed if I'd spent £5k on an EigenHarp Alpha only to discover that there was no software support. I understand them making them to order if there is still a demand (and I'm not surprised there is a demand) but they should really make the support situation clear on the website.
@Bob The Dog
Mark is "The Technobear" (I think I read that on the forum)? That would be great, I'm sure I'll need his help if I'm to get the thing working :thumbup:
Oh well, I'm always up for a project :)
Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 10:07 am
The current Eigenharp user forum where you can catch up with Technobear and others is here:https://community.polyexpression.com/c/eigenharp
It's relatively new so there isn't going to be a large archive of setup info there, but it's worth searching an archive of the previous forum here for Mac-related info:https://eigenharparchive.blogspot.com
Posted: Sat Apr 06, 2019 1:31 pm
Thanks, doing a lot of reading just now and I'm away on hols 'till Friday so won't get my hands on the Pico 'till Sat :frown: I'll start off with the basic setup I think and see of I can make some relatively musical noises. Then I see a Raspberry Pi on the horizon.....
Posted: Sun Apr 07, 2019 1:53 pm
I've joined a couple of the forums so have access to Technobear's work WRT the Eigenharp. Will shout is I need more specific help.
The Organelle looks excellent, maybe one day, but I'll content myself with getting to grips (or not) with the Pico for now.
Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2019 5:32 pm
BJG145 if you end up falling out of love with the Continuumini, please leave me a PM.
I missed out on the Kickstarter and would like to get one before they start selling them again at the end of the summer (I can practice freely up until August or so and would like to take advantage of these few precious months).
Posted: Wed Apr 10, 2019 8:45 pm
...sorry kroaton...I really like it... ;)
Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 11:07 am
Happy playing, then!
I can't wait to join in.
Posted: Wed Nov 27, 2019 12:40 am
The Continuumini is proving a hit at jam nights, with people asking about it, photographing it and wanting a go on it. There's something very accessible about ribbon synths, which encourages people to play them whether they usually play other instruments or not. This one's a keeper. :thumbup:
Posted: Sat Jun 20, 2020 10:42 am
*** old thread ***
I just came across this "Stevie Wonder" demo...although I'm not especially into the musical style, it shows the kind of dexterity you can achieve with practice.
Note to self: need to practice more.https://youtu.be/ZEmE101qMFI