The need for artificially created sound with possibilities for exceeding those generated by conventional instruments, for use in broadcasting and television programs, has been known for a long time. Many experimental music studios and electronic music methods are well known. A new apparatus for use in electronic studios is described which gives new possibilities for rational realizations of musical timbre.
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