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(== Summary == An example of a classic analog synthesizer sound - a sawtooth bass filter sweep with gradually increasing resonance. From Wikimedia Commons:[http://www.commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg])
 
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An example of a classic analog synthesizer sound - a sawtooth bass filter sweep with gradually increasing resonance. From Wikimedia Commons:[http://www.commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg]
 
An example of a classic analog synthesizer sound - a sawtooth bass filter sweep with gradually increasing resonance. From Wikimedia Commons:[http://www.commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg]

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An example of a classic analog synthesizer sound - a sawtooth bass filter sweep with gradually increasing resonance. From Wikimedia Commons:Synth_filter_sweeps.ogg

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