Electronic Digital Lehra (Nagma) – Radel Sunadamala – DX
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Radel Sunadamala, the original digital lehra/nagma machine developed by Radel and launched by Pt Ravi Shankar in 1993. A boon to all tabla players and Kathak dancers.
The New compact “Sunadamala” is a sophisticated electronic Lehera instrument catering to the needs of classical tabla Artists. The instrument produces 202 rehears (rhythmic tunes) set to different Taals and Raags which can be selected by the user through the keyboard. The instrument utilizes the latest state of the art microprocessor technology to produce a realistic sound of the lehera played on harmonium.
The instrument has facility to control the volume of the sound, the base pitch (sur) and the tempo of the tune. A built-in drone is also provided, the volume of which can be independently controlled. The “Sunadamala” can also be repeatedly programmed by the user to play and store two leheras of his/her composition. the instrument automatically operates on any voltage between 90-260 VAC, Universal Power Operated Machine
202 preset tunes including special “Masitkhani” and “gayaki ang” tunes.
Digital display of matras, tempo, tune number & pitch.
Accurate built-in digital pitch-pipe with fine tuning facility.
Four harmonium tones selectable by the user.
Memory facility for two user programmed leheras, pitch, tempo and tone selections.
Can also be used as an excellent sur-peti (drone).
Universal voltage (90 – 260V AC) plus battery operation (6 AA size cells)
Line-out, Speaker-out and Sync-Out (to connect to Taalmala) are provided
Size: 150 mm x 110 mm x 70 mm, Weight: 750 Gm. (Approximately)
Made In India.