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* [http://burnit.co.uk/sdiy/index.php?page=digisound80 Digisound 80] and a couple of small modifications
 
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* [http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan00/articles/digisound80.htm Digisound 80], SOS, January 2000
 
* [http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/jan00/articles/digisound80.htm Digisound 80], SOS, January 2000
* [http://www.connectable.org.uk/wp2/?page_id=4 Updating an 80’s Analog Synthesizer using PIC Microcontrollers]
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* Videos on [https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%22Digisound+80%22 YouTube]

Revision as of 01:45, 12 April 2019

Digisound 80 modular synthesiser

In February 1980 Charles Blakey launched the DIY Digisound 80 modular synthesizer in ETI magazine. He set out to provide an affordable, flexible synthesizer in modular form, the parts of which could be constructed as stand-alone units or as 9"x3" panels in a larger case.[1] Plans for many of the early modules appeared in the early to mid-1980s as construction articles in two British electronics magazines – ETI and E&MM.[2]

References

  1. ^ Digisound 80 in Sound On Sound, Jan 2000
  2. ^ Digisound 80 Modular Synthesizer

External links

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