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An Electronically Tunable Bandpass Filter
This paper presents the theory and practical design of a class of electronically swept band-pass filters which are particularly useful in the audio spectrum. The schematic diagram and performance data for an experimental configuration are presented. This device should find wide application in electronic music studios and in other audio signal processing operations.
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