Philip Glass ‎– Buddha Machine

Label:
CVMK ‎– CVMK008, Orange Mountain Music ‎– OMM3001
Format:
Memory Stick, EPROM, Soundbox, Blue
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Tracklist

1 Untitled
2 Untitled
3 Untitled
4 Untitled
5 Untitled
6 Untitled
7 Untitled

Credits

Notes

This is a small battery-powered soundbox which comes with an integrated speaker, minijack-out and a switch to choose between 7 different loops which are stored on a small chip.

Released in celebration of Philip Glass's 80th birthday.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (on sticker on plastic wrapper): 735255934908

Other Versions (1 of 1) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
CVMK008, OMM3001 Philip Glass Buddha Machine(M/Stick, EPR) CVMK, Orange Mountain Music CVMK008, OMM3001 2017 Sell This Version

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-martin-

-martin-

April 25, 2017

Such a price for such a cheapy sound.. Do never plug it in your hi-fi system or any headphone to avoid tears...
k.einar

k.einar

March 20, 2017
I got a replacement copy from the distributor (thank you, Bleep!) from a new batch, which now has enough space for the two AA batteries.
beatflip

beatflip

February 15, 2017
edited 2 months ago

The fun really starts when you plug your headphone into the minijack.
Not a fan of the toggle button though. ONE button to start, turn off, change loops, turn the volume up or down - is not cool, and really hard to manoeuvre. Seems so random what you're doing..... changing loops, or turning the volume down. Off/ on. ?? What's going to happen if I turn my thumb really hard upwards now?
doublespeak-vinyl

doublespeak-vinyl

February 13, 2017
I'm having battery issues as well. Unacceptable that they let this thing hit the market with such an obvious design flaw. I'm assuming this issue is unique to the Philip Glass edition?
fbrazolin

fbrazolin

February 9, 2017
Couldn't fit the AA batteries in mine either, had to make some adaptations to fit them.
teebol

teebol

February 8, 2017
Can't fit AA batteries in mine either. Seems to be a manufacturing defect. Very disappointing for such a unique object.
brianBob

brianBob

February 7, 2017

For anyone having trouble getting UK AA batteries to fit into this, supposedly IKEA brand batteries fit it best. AAA batteries can also be used if held in place using some paper.
yaaancey

yaaancey

February 3, 2017
Anybody else not able to fit the batteries into the device? Mine doesn't even have enough room to jam them in...