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An Electronic Music Learning System

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A new music learning system is described which consists of an instructor console housing a keyboard, intercom, system power supply and tone generators, and visual display showing notes played on any selected keyboard. Up to 24 student keyboards may be used. A student may hear his playing via speaker or headset and see the notes he plays displayed on his music rack.

JAES Volume 17 Issue 4 pp. 431-438; August 1969
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