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An Integrated Electronic Music Console

A compact but complete electronic music apparatus has been built for the Experimental Music Studio at the University of Illinois. This apparatus incorporate signal generators, signal modifiers, analytical and test equipment, recording equipment and a central console and work area where the operation of the whole assembly is organized and controlled. The apparatus is operated very easily in either two-channel stereophonic or monophonic modes.

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JAES Volume 13 Issue 2 pp. 142-150; April 1965
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