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Some Consideration Regarding Volume Production of Electronic Musical Instruments

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The general engineering philosophy and problems of musical tone production are contrasted with problems familiar to audio specialists. A commercially produced instrument is referenced, including a description of the electronism incorporating a novel frequency divider mechanical design featuring complete sectionalizing of chassis and minimizing of external harnessing. Tone color circuits and keying problems are also covered briefly.

JAES Volume 1 Issue 1 pp. 29-36; January 1953
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