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A Computer-Controlled Polyphonic Synthesizer

A computer-controlled electronic music system designed for composition, orchestration, and live performance is described. The system comprises a custom designed microcomputer and up to 64 voice cards, each containing a complete analog synthesizer of moderate complexity with associated circuitry to allow computer control of over 100 voice-definition parameters. The computer has independent control of each card and, in addition, implements a sophisticated polyphonic sequencer.

JAES Volume 29 Issue 12 pp. 895-901; December 1981
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