As an alternative to the Raagini Digital, which up to now has delivered the best Tanpura sound, we offer the new follow-up model of the same manufacturer, the Swarangini Digital. According to the manufacturer, it is an instrument whose technical features have been developed further. What is new, for example, is that the volume of every single string can be adjusted individually. Furthermore you can choose between the north Indian and the south Indian way of playing with reference to the different pauses. All settings can be done by softly touching the touch pad: keynote, volume, fine tuning, different intervals, tempo, rhythm and volume of every single string. A memory function automatically memorises the last setting. Since the introduction of digital electronic Tanpuras on the market, this model comes closest to the sound of an acoustic Tanpura.
4 notes which are attuned to each other and are played in an infinite loop after setting the keynote, just as with a Tanpura.
The keynote can be chosen in half steps (octave A - h)
A fine tuning of the keynote in micro intervals is possible
The 4 Tanpura strings can be chosen in different tunings (fifth, fourth, seventh or simply keynote with octave); when choosing the seventh, it can also be tuned in micro intervals.
Choice between: 5 rhythms (lower octave sounds doubly long) and 6 rhythms (fifth and lower octave sound doubly long).
Battery and accumulator operation possible: 8 AAA-batteries 1,5 Volt or 8 Ni-Mh accumulators AAA 1,2 Volt
1 output mini stereo jack
Loudspeaker: 10 W, 4 ohm, 3 inch
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