Hands On MeeBlip anode, with Robert Lippok (raster noton) [Video]




When we designed MeeBlip anode, we tried to do more with less: make every knob and switch meaningful and musical.

Composer/musician and artist Robert Lippok invited us into his studio as he tried out those controls. Robert is really thoughtful about his approach to sound and control in my experience working with him, and so it was nice to get his feedback on our instrument. (If you don’t know Robert’s music, he is a Berlin native, a long-time member of the label raster noton, and a former member of the band To Rococo Rot.)

One by one, he demonstrates how these sound controls work. (This is just the default Pulse Width mode; there are more colors to access in the hidden wavetable mode.)

Through Saturday only, you can get a MeeBlip anode for yourself for $99.95 as we celebrate this video and the launch of our new store:


You can also find anode in our dealer network – including several fine shops in Robert’s native city, Berlin:

MeeBlip Dealers

For more on Robert:

Robert Lippok [raster-noton Artists]

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