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CRITTER & GUITARI ORGANELLE
$640

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ORGANELLE
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Description

The Organelle makes it easy to explore new sounds and experiment with new ways of making music. It combines playful and intuitive controls with a powerful and flexible sound engine. The result is an instrument that is limitless in musical possibility and a joy to play.

At the heart of the Organelle's sound engine is a robust computer that runs patches. A patch allows the instrument to take on different forms. Onboard hardware for sound input and output and mappable knobs, keys and buttons enable patches to synthesize, sample, effect, and anything in between!

The Organelle ships with a set of common default patches, and new patches may be loaded from a USB drive. Simply select patches from a continually-growing list, transfer them to a USB drive, reinsert it in the Organelle, and play!

Technical Specifications

Audio Specifications:
• Sampling Rate: 44.1kHz; 16-bit (In & Out)
• 2x ¼" Mono Sound Output Jacks (L & R channels)
• ¼" Stereo Sound Input Jack
• ⅛" Stereo Headphone output Jack
• ¼" Footswitch Jack

Interface:
• High-Contrast OLED Display Screen
• Four Parameter Knobs
• Rotary Selection knob with Push Button Select
• Volume Knob
• 25x Maple Key
• RGB LED

Processor Specifications:
• 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 with 512 MB RAM
• Linux Operating System
• Boot time: ~12 seconds

Storage:
• USB Drive included; Patches and any required files (audio samples, etc.) stored here. May be white (4GB) or black (16GB).

Additional Connections:
• 2x USB Port (2.0 standard-A type connector). USB Host for: MIDI over USB & Serial over USB
• HDMI output port

Power Requirement:
• 9VDC, 1.0 Amp, Center-positive plug.
• Power Supply included. (Input: 100-240 Volts AC at 50/60 Hz.)


Physical Characteristics:
• Size: 10.5" x 3.25" x 2.125"
• Enclosure: Anodized Aluminum top, ABS Plastic bottom, rubber foot pads

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