A digital music synthesizer employing unique waveform generators with resistive plates and a microcomputer has been developed. It includes score input equipment and consists of an optical mark card reader and a digital cassette recorder. One of its main functions is to play automatically the music of orchestra sounds, while another function performed is synthesization of the musical tones in real time.
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