Eigenharp: Interview with Eigenlabs Founder - part 1

John Henry Lambert talks about the Eigenharp      08/10/09

No flash plug


13:19 mins

No doubt you've seen the video of the Eigenharp launch - it's pretty impressive, and raises a whole host of questions, so luckily I was able to grab an interview with Eigenlabs founder John Henry Lambert after the invited guests went.

Big thanks to the rest of the EigenCrew for being so patient - I know they really wanted to pack up for the day and get outta there, and our chat went on for a fair while!

I've split it into two parts - this one covers the following:-

  • Brief overview of the Eigenharp
  • The idea behind the format
  • Interface design and ergonomics
  • How to play scales
  • The flexibility of the different setups
  • How deep down the rabbit hole you can go!
  • Software core design principle
  • If Les Paul had been a software engineer...
  • What's possible with the coming software workbench

Part 2 will be coming up very soon.

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3 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
The Guvnor    Said...

This must be generating a lot of interest. Its made one of the most popular topics on the BBC News site:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/8294355.stm

08-Oct-09 09:51 AM


Mystic radio    Said...

couldnt you just imagine the first EIGENORCHESTRA .....im sure that will happen one day... and it will be VERY COOL... just remember who coined the term.....MEEEEEE

09-Oct-09 09:50 AM


tb2    Said...

Mystic you are right on. if they could get a Eigenorchestra up and video'd that would bring lots of interest i think

21-Oct-09 05:11 PM


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