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== External links ==
 
== External links ==
*Cloned Analog Gear [http://www.spontis.se/pdf/spectrum.pdf E&MM Spectrum plans] with a note added by [[Charles Blakey]]
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*Cloned Analog Gear [https://web.archive.org/web/20140208123600/http://www.spontis.se/pdf/spectrum.pdf E&MM Spectrum plans] with a note added by [[Charles Blakey]]
 
*Synthnut's Tech pages [http://www.bigbluewave.co.uk/images/spectrum-notes-04.pdf E&MM Spectrum plans]
 
*Synthnut's Tech pages [http://www.bigbluewave.co.uk/images/spectrum-notes-04.pdf E&MM Spectrum plans]
 
*[http://electro-music.com/forum/viewtopic.php?highlight=3340&t=32946 E&MM Spectrum Synth build] on electro-music.com forum
 
*[http://electro-music.com/forum/viewtopic.php?highlight=3340&t=32946 E&MM Spectrum Synth build] on electro-music.com forum

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The Spectrum Synthesiser is a DIY monophonic analogue synthesizer that was originally presented as a constructional project by Electronics & Music Maker (E&MM) magazine. Designed by Chris Jordan, the magazine's Technical Editor. It was one of the two cover projects of the March 1981 launch issue of the magazine. A kit of parts was supplied by electronic component supplier Maplin Electronics Ltd. The synthesizer used CEM ICs.

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