AirHarp Pico - Fully Assembled w/ Hybrid Wood Enclosure
ITEM #AHPICO
$150
$100 + S&H
AirHarp Pico - Fully Assembled w/ Hybrid Wood Enclosure

The AirHarp Pico is a handheld gestural digital autoharp built around the PJRC Teensy microcontroller platform. The AirHarp Pico comes fully assembled, programmed and tested by the instrument's inventor, Peter DeSimone.

Weighing in at only 3 ounces (85 grams), the AirHarp Pico is about the size of a pack of cigarettes. It's the smallest, lightest AirHarp we have ever built. Carry it with you everywhere, and you'll never find yourself without a harp again!

Note that the AirHarp Pico is a USB MIDI controller, so you still need a laptop, iPad, iPhone or other computing device to generate the actual sound. Fortunately, the AirHarp Pico is class compliant, meaning it is instantly recognized by virtually all operating systems with no need to install device drivers. It's also powered by the USB port, so there's no need for batteries!

The "hybrid" wood case features a 3D printed synthetic wood base and a laser-cut basswood top. It's the perfect blend of modern technology and classic beauty.

This package includes:

  • (1) AirHarp Pico gestural digital autoharp.

All you need is:

  • A mini-USB cable like this one.
  • A modern computer running Mac OS X or Windows. An Apple iPad also works with an Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit! We are currently investigating whether it works with an iPhone 6 (it should).
  • A software synthesis package of some kind. Macs come with GarageBand pre-installed, and there's a free program called Cantabile Lite for Windows. A host of options are available for iPad, including GarageBand, Animoog & NanoStudio, to name a few.

For demo songs, videos, schematics, source code and everything else to do with the AirHarp, check out:




AirHarp Lira - Fully Assembled w/ 3D Printed or Laser-Cut Enclosure
ITEM #AHLIRA
Starting at $150 + S&H
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The AirHarp Lira is a handheld ultrasonic digital autoharp built around our very own Lira 2 microcontroller platform. The AirHarp Lira comes fully assembled, programmed and tested by the instrument's inventor, Peter DeSimone.

This package includes:

  • (1) AirHarp Lira ultrasonic digital autoharp.
  • (1) AA battery.

All you need is:

OPTION 1:

  • A MIDI-to-USB cable, like this one, or any music production interface that provides MIDI input to your computer.
  • A modern computer running Mac OS X or Windows. The computer must feature a USB port and have a CPU clock speed sufficient for software synthesis (most machines manufactured within the last five years are more than adequate). An Apple iPad also works with an Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit!
  • A software synthesis package of some kind. Macs come with GarageBand pre-installed, and there's a free program called Cantabile Lite for Windows. A host of options are available for iPad, including GarageBand, Animoog & NanoStudio, to name a few.
~ OR ~

OPTION 2:

  • A synthesizer with MIDI input.
  • A regular male-male MIDI cable, like this one.

For demo songs, videos, schematics, source code and everything else to do with the AirHarp, check out:



AirHarp USB - Fully Assembled w/ Laser-Cut Foam Enclosure
ITEM #AHUSB
$120 + S&H
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The AirHarp USB is a handheld ultrasonic digital autoharp built around the Arduino Uno R2 microcontroller. Specialized firmware code written by Dr. Yoshitaka Kuwata of Morecat Lab allows the AirHarp USB to be instantly recognized as a USB MIDI controller instrument when plugged into virtually any modern computer (and even some mobile devices, such as the Apple iPad). The AirHarp USB comes fully assembled, programmed and tested by the instrument's inventor, Peter DeSimone.

This package includes:

  • (1) AirHarp USB ultrasonic digital autoharp.
  • (1) USB-A/B connection cable.

All you need is:

  • A modern computer running Mac OS X, Ubuntu Linux or Windows. The computer must feature a USB port and have a CPU clock speed sufficient for software synthesis (most machines manufactured within the last five years are more than adequate). An Apple iPad will also work!
  • A software synthesis package of some kind. Macs come with GarageBand pre-installed, and there's a free program called Cantabile Lite for Windows. A host of options are available for iPad, including GarageBand, Animoog & NanoStudio, to name a few.

The AirHarp USB is "class compliant", so no driver installation is necessary.

For demo songs, videos, schematics, source code and everything else to do with the AirHarp, check out:


AirHarp Shield 1.2 - Bare PCB
ITEM #AHS12PCB
$25 + S&H
AirHarp Shield 1.2 - Bare PCB

With an AirHarp Shield PCB (printed circuit board) and a handful of parts, you can build your very own AirHarp! Note that this item does not include any components. To finish your AirHarp, you will need:

  • 1 Arduino Uno R2 microcontroller
  • 1 Maxbotix LV-EZ1 ultrasonic rangefinder
  • 5 pushbuttons (12mm footprint)
  • 1 resistor (220 ohm, 1/4 watt)
  • 1 ultra-bright LED (10mm or 5mm round)
  • 1 row of break away header pins (34 pins req.)
  • (Optional): A case or enclosure of some kind.
We recommend this option for experienced kit builders. Detailed assembly & programming instructions are included here:

http://www.instructables.com/id/How-to-build-an-AirHarp/

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