Overview

The Critter & Guitari Organelle isn’t your typical synthesizer; it goes above and beyond, offering synthesis, processing, and sampling capabilities, and is endlessly customizable for the tinkerers out there. Using the Pure Data programming language, you can actually build and upload your own patches, giving you endless sonic possibilities. If you can dream up the sound, you can make it using the Organelle.

Product Specs

Brand
Model
  • Organelle
Finish
  • Blue
Year
  • 2010s
Made In
  • United States
Categories

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Reviews for the Critter & Guitari Organelle Digital Synth
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  • The Bear!

    Verified Purchase

    This is a bear to operate, but stick with it and it will satisfy you in ways you didn't know you could imagine! It really is infinite. I really dig the Arpeggiator and effects you can build.....it does take time, it is not intuitive until you understand it's many paths it will take you to.....

  • Best Instrument Ever

    Verified Purchase

    This is the best thing I've ever bought.

  • WORTH THE MONEY

    Verified Purchase

    I did a lot of research before buying and I knew I would enjoy the organelle. I did not know just how much I would enjoy it. It is the most versatile piece of gear I own. Use it as a synth, sampler, effects processor, four track recorder, looper, video editor (OTC for organelle), or if using orac 2.…

  • Verified Purchase

    An amazing wrapper around a capable microcomputer. Of course, you can use your laptop and a midi keyboard for this (plus, you'll have a portable setup with a significantly bigger screen) but it's not about how powerful a device is. Limitations make you think and do things you would never be doing on…

  • Verified Purchase

    When I received the Organelle I was surprised at how light it was. The aluminum and plastic housing felt very toy like. The Organelle is a bit on the spendy side for me and I was starting to wonder if I'd made the right purchase. However, once I dug in to the patches and starting playing around with…