Taalmala Digi 60S
The Taalmala digi-60
Electronic tabla Stereo is a state-of-the-art digital musical instrument
that has been designed by the pioneers in Indian electronic musical
instruments. This instrument has a natural tabla sound along with
sophisticated features unmatched by any other model of electronic tabla.
Crystal clear, natural Stereo sound is provided for the separation of the
tabla ( right hand) and the dagga ( left hand).
There are 60 thekas in various taals that
can be played at any tempo.
Many varieties of common taals have been
provided, including some authentic traditional thekas.10 of these can be
modified by the user and stored in memory. A multi-functional digital
display for indicating taal number, matra number, pitch and tempo. Digital
tuning of pitch with facility for fine tuning within half notes. 4 ranges
of tempo from ati-vilambit to drut are provided. The tempo can be
gradually increased from ati-vilambit to ati-drut without stopping the
theka. Two settings for bayan (dagga or left hand sound) with a deep
gumki or a shallow gumki. Memory for storing the fine tuned pitch,
tempo and bayan setting. Two user programmable thekas that can be stored
in memory. Operation on AC Mains (220V/110V) or six internal dry batteries
with automatic change-over to batteries in case of power failure. Sleek
and compact - housed in a Sleek ABS plastic cabinet, size : 230 x135 x 90
mm, weight approx.1kg.External speaker socket and Line-out ( 1/8 in.
headphone socket). Socket to connect Sunadamala in sync.
Electronic Shruti Box / Surpeti
Dhruva CD Deluxe
Compact, palm sized
model - 3 notes, Separate tuning controls for SA, PA and higher SA. Coarse
and fine tuning knobs provided. Recommended for trained musicians and
Dhruva CD Excel II
The latest compact
palm-sized, model, with microcontroller technology - 3 automatically
tuned notes SA - PA & SA or SA - MA -SA. Built-in precision pitch pipe
provides exact pitch along with digital display. Fine tuning possible
around each selected pitch. Ideal for students as well as concert
ASDM - Auto-save dual memory automatically saves selected settings and
allows one more choice of settings to be saved
nadaswaram and shehnai artists, with three automatically tuned notes
shadjam, pancham and mandara shadjam (kharaj). Sleek ABS plastic cabinet,
size : 230 x135 x 90 mm, weight approx.1kg
The 'Talometer' was the
first of its kind to be invented in India in 1978. It is a revolutionary
audio-visual instrument that can be set to all the taalas of Carnatic
(South Indian classical) music (seven principal taalas viz.; Rupaka,
Jhampa, Triputa, Eka, Ata, Matya and Dhruva and five jaathis viz; Tisra,
chatursra, khanda, misra and sankeerna). In addition to these, it can also
be set to the Chaapu taalas.
The latest model of the Talometer is a
palm-sized microcontroller based instrument that provides for the
selection of nadai (subdivision within an akshara) also. It also has
programming facilities for the display of specific laya patterns for use
in the teaching of music as well as dance.
The features of
- Display of taalas by means of
moving display of lamps.
- Digital display to indicate
tempo, pitch and taala selection.
- Additional lamp to indicate
last laghu (where more than one laghu is present).
- Jalra-type bell to indicate
main beats (ringing sound) or intermediate counts (staccato sound).
- Tempo adjustable from very
slow to very fast.
- Volume control and digital
pitch control provided.
- Selective muting of audio
provided. "Memory facility for pitch and tempo.
- Operation on 230V /110V AC
Mains or on batteries.
- The instrument and is very
compact and portable, and is housed in a sleek, attractive palm sized
cabinet measuring 146mm x 110mm x 70mm and weighing about 1kg.
Saarang Micro III
Compact palm sized
tambura:146mm x 110mm x 70mm Weight - approximately 1kg. One tuning knob
controls all the 4 notes electronically. Panchamam (pancham) can be
switched off or changed to Madhyamam (madhyam). Housed in sleek,
attractive palm sized plastic cabinet available in 4 colours (black, ivory
white, grey and red). Ideal for beginners and music group as well as for
sound, Latest sampler technology Automatic tuning of 4 notes. ABS plastic
cabinet in 4 colours - black, ivory white, grey and red. Palm-sized: 146
mm x 110mmx 70mm. Weight approximately 1kg. Ideal for home, performances
as well as travel. ASDM - Auto-save dual memory automatically saves
selected settings and allows one more choice of settings to be saved.
sounds, latest sampler technology, use as 4 or 5 string, automatic tuning
of 4 notes, manual tuning of 5th note, Sleek ABS plastic cabinet, size :
230 x135 x 90 mm, weight approx.1kg. Higher volume than Magic, preferred
for concert applications. ASDM - Auto-save dual memory automatically saves
selected settings and allows one more choice of settings to be saved
Tambura exquisitely crafted cabinet. Features same as Maestro. Ideal for
use in concerts. Looks and sounds like a traditional tambura. Dismantles
easily for travel. Extra speaker in stem extension provides sound at
ear-level. ASDM - Auto-save dual memory automatically saves selected
settings and allows one more choice of settings to be saved
sound, latest sampler technology. 4-string, automatic tuning of all four
strings. Rotary knob with digital display for selection of pitch. Lock
facility for selected pitch. Sleek ABS plastic cabinet, size : 230 x135 x
90 mm, weight approx.1kg. Excellent true-to-life sound reproduction, with
higher volume than Saarang Magic. ASDM - Auto-save dual memory
automatically saves selected settings and allows one more choice of
settings to be saved.
Electronic Lehera Machine
The 'Sunadamala lehera
instrument is a sophisticated electronic musical instrument designed to
enable tabla artistes and students to practise independently without the
help of another musician (to provide rhythmic tune accompaniment). The 'Sunadamala'
is capable of producing 200 preset tunes, set to 20 taals in different
commonly used ragas. A tune, once selected, repeats itself endlessly until
Other features of the
Sunadamala are :
- Pitch can be set by user,
variable over one octave.
- A digital display shows the
- Fine tuning can also be done
- Laya can be set from
ati-vilambit (slow) to drut (fast).
- Built-in drone provided for
constant sruti (sur).
- Two types of harmonium tones
can be selected.
- Separate volume controls for
drone and overall volume.
- Calculator-type keyboard for
selection of tunes, pitch and tempo.
- 3-digit LED display to
indicate tune number/matra progression/tempo/pitch.
- Operates on 230V/110V AC
Mains or on a set of four C sized batteries.(Built-in battery
- The Sunadamala is a
microcontroller based instrument and is very compact and portable, and
is housed in a sleek, attractive palm sized cabinet
- External speaker socket and
Line-out ( 1/8 in. headphone socket). Socket to connect Taalmala in sync