LoFi Synth And CV Gate Controller Ships

Eowave Ribbon is now available      30/06/11
Eowave tell us that their new Ribbon Mini Lofi Synth, USB and CV/gate controller is now shipping. Here's what they have to say about it...
Eowave Ribbon is not just a ribbon controller!
A MiniSynth
Ribbon has a real sound generation section with one oscillator. The sound will be triggered by the position on the 4 octaves ribbon. The ribbon serigraphy offers a chromatic scale of the 4 octaves. Ribbon is also sensitive to the pressure. Pressure will determine the volume. A tactile tile is dedicated to the effects modulation.
Ribbon can be placed on a table or on a keyboard to add continuous play. Ribbon can also be hold like a cello neck or a guitar neck. With a transparent Plexiglas enclosure lighted with a LED, Ribbon is a modern and visual synth/controller for live.
A USB controller
Ribbon can be used as a USB controller. It is compatible with any MIDI software. No MIDI interface is needed. It's also fully compatible with your IPad!
A CV/Gate controller
Ribbon has an audio out. It can be turned into a CV/gate controller with an audio cable. Ribbon can control a modular synthesizer directly.
Technical specifications
  • 50cm ribbon (position and pressure sensitive)
  • tactile pad to trigger and modulate effets
  • Mini Lofi Synth
  • USB I/O
  • Audio out
  • Free editor
  • Dimensions: 60 x 4 x 1,5 cm

Pricing and Availability:
199 € excl. VAT More information:
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mattsynth    Said...

Now that is cool. The demo video made me laugh. I have to look into one of these.

30-Jun-11 06:58 AM


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