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Doppler-Type Organ Tone Cabinet

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The problems confronting the designer of organ tone cabinets are analyzed. Two different requirements must be satisfied for a Doppler-type tone cabinet design. One requirement is the faithful reproduction of the generated musical tones with a minimum of distortion. Th'second requirement relates to Doppler modulation of the musical signal to provide what is called a -vibrato- effect.

JAES Volume 10 Issue 3 pp. 216-218; July 1962
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