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Solid State Audio Frequency Spectrum Shifter

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An Audio Frequency Spectrum Shifter is a device which is capable of changing the frequencies of the entire audio spectrum by the same predetermined amount. By this change a harmonic overtone structure will be altered, the relationship of the overtones will become non-harmonic, and new sounds will evolve.

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