After David Van Koevering passed away, our good friend Brian Kehew had an opportunity to rescue a large amount of epheme
WHAT'S NEW IN THE WORLD OF OPTIGAN?
Recently we’ve been scanning the archive of original Optigan documents saved by Stan Cutler, one of company engineers. T
the future of optical disc playing through modern technology
Robert Becker and Pea Hicks together developed a unique mastering system for making new optical discs for the Optigan. After years of planning, now Robert’s company Quilter Labs has created a modern way to play these optical discs: The Panoptigon!
Now you can play the legendary Optigan on your iPad or iPhone!
iOptigan truthfully recreates that lo-fi sound. The sound quality was quite low, even according to the standards of the 70’s. We did nothing to polish up on this, so if you’re looking for a clean, crisp instrument, look elsewhere. But if you’re ready for some audible patina, iOptigan is the right choice for you!