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The '''Böhm Soundlab''' modular synthesizer was designed  in 1983/84 by [[Bernd Enders|Dr. Bernd Enders]] intended for educational purposes.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20050130232220/http://www.uni-osnabrueck.de/vpv/sommer2002/Veranstaltung.cfm?VNr=3.320 ''Entstehungsgeschichte der elektronischen Klänge: vom Telharmonium bis zum virtuellen Musikinstrument''], 10th virtual seminar, Universität Osnabrück, lecturer Bernd Enders, 24 June 2002</ref> It was based on [[OnChip Systems|CEM]] ICs.
 
The '''Böhm Soundlab''' modular synthesizer was designed  in 1983/84 by [[Bernd Enders|Dr. Bernd Enders]] intended for educational purposes.<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20050130232220/http://www.uni-osnabrueck.de/vpv/sommer2002/Veranstaltung.cfm?VNr=3.320 ''Entstehungsgeschichte der elektronischen Klänge: vom Telharmonium bis zum virtuellen Musikinstrument''], 10th virtual seminar, Universität Osnabrück, lecturer Bernd Enders, 24 June 2002</ref> It was based on [[OnChip Systems|CEM]] ICs.
  
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Latest revision as of 22:12, 13 October 2019

The Böhm Soundlab modular synthesizer was designed in 1983/84 by Dr. Bernd Enders intended for educational purposes.[1] It was based on CEM ICs.

References

  1. ^ Entstehungsgeschichte der elektronischen Klänge: vom Telharmonium bis zum virtuellen Musikinstrument, 10th virtual seminar, Universität Osnabrück, lecturer Bernd Enders, 24 June 2002

Further reading

Die Klangwelt des Musiksynthesizers – Die Einfuehrung in die Funktions – und Wirkungsweise eines Modulsynthesizers by Dr. Bernd Enders, Franzis Verlag, 1985, ISBN 3-7723-7761-0 or ISBN 978-3-7723-7761-7

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