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Introducing the Aodyo Anyma Phi

aodyo

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Hello,

Just wanted to share with you the news that we are about to launch our new product.

After our first instrument, Sylphyo, the electronic wind instrument that reproduces the feeling of an acoustic horn, we are really excited to announce the birth of Anyma Phi.

Anyma Phi is a portal to new sound universes inspired from the real world, where objects collide, vibrate, and resonate.



Be notified when we launch our Kickstarter campaign to be the first to get Anyma Phi with 40% off and sign up here:
https://anyma.aodyo.com/?referral=hgpgcjA&refSource=copy
 
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Not yet. But we will provide more information very soon ...
So far only hints from the description provided.
Anybody feeling this could be of interest can just get early information by subscribing here:
Anyma Phi Early Information
 
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You can now "hear something" with the little sound player we built-in:

https://anyma.aodyo.com

This is one of the facets of the Anyma Phi, but there is much more ...
 

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You can now "hear something" with the little sound player we built-in:

https://anyma.aodyo.com

This is one of the facets of the Anyma Phi, but there is much more ...

Was this done with one of your Wind Controllers? Love the overtones.
I’d be using a controller with a resolution of 1-16,000 like a Wheel or spec 2# pedal.

I want more info..
 
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It could have been achieved with one of our Sylphyo, nice idea.
Even only using our "Move" mode using inertial movement.

But here it is just the Anyma Phi on its own: playing one note and live tweaking the potis ...

Remote controlling the tone would have definitely been possible.
 
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Indeed no physical button but capacitive touch on the Sylphyo.

But you wouldn't be able to achieve "key bend" with mechanical button:
keybend demo

But anyway, any wind controller can be connected to the Anyma Phi either using its DIN MIDI In or the USB MIDI Host connector ...
 

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Anyma Phi looks fantastic! As a lover of Mutable Instruments modules I’m really looking forward to this and plan to pledge. :)

(and I still love the unique aspects of the Sylphyo!)
 
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We also love Mutable Instruments modules and this was the foundation of the Anyma Phi project.
Emilie Gillet has done a fantastic job.
Everything started from there:
Anyma Phi foundation.jpg
 
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