AlphaSphere is an electronic musical instrument that was designed and developed by nu desine, an award winning company based in Bristol, UK. The primary concept of the AlphaSphere is to increase the level of expression available to electronic musicians, by allowing for the playing style of a musical instrument. Even before the product had been fully developed it had appeared at many events worldwide including the NAMM Show, Musikmesse, TEDx conferences, and the Future Everything Festival, and received press from popular organisations such as Sound on Sound, BBC, Wired and MusicRadar. There are currently two different AlphaSphere models - the nexus series and the elite series.

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  • AlphaSphere is an electronic musical instrument that was designed and developed by nu desine, an award winning company based in Bristol, UK. The primary concept of the AlphaSphere is to increase the level of expression available to electronic musicians, by allowing for the playing style of a musical instrument. Even before the product had been fully developed it had appeared at many events worldwide including the NAMM Show, Musikmesse, TEDx conferences, and the Future Everything Festival, and received press from popular organisations such as Sound on Sound, BBC, Wired and MusicRadar. There are currently two different AlphaSphere models - the nexus series and the elite series. (en)
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  • AlphaSphere is an electronic musical instrument that was designed and developed by nu desine, an award winning company based in Bristol, UK. The primary concept of the AlphaSphere is to increase the level of expression available to electronic musicians, by allowing for the playing style of a musical instrument. Even before the product had been fully developed it had appeared at many events worldwide including the NAMM Show, Musikmesse, TEDx conferences, and the Future Everything Festival, and received press from popular organisations such as Sound on Sound, BBC, Wired and MusicRadar. There are currently two different AlphaSphere models - the nexus series and the elite series. (en)
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