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The '''Formant''' [[analog modular synthesizer]], designed by [[C. Chapman]] and published in 1977/78 as a series of articles in the European magazine [[Elektor]]. The articles were later compiled into a book and a year later there was another book with additions and extensions by [[M. Aigner]]. The Formant is a [[Moog]] modular style synthesizer, utilising the 1V/octave control.<ref>Rick's electronic-music projects, [http://web.archive.org/web/20070821181952/http://www.euronet.nl/~rja/Emusic/Formant/ Formant] by Rick Jansen</ref>
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The '''Formant''' [[analog modular synthesizer]], designed by [[C. Chapman]] and published in 1977/78 as a series of articles in the European magazine [[Elektor]]. The articles were later compiled into a book and a year later there was another book with additions and extensions by [[M. Aigner]]. The Formant is a [[Moog]] modular style synthesizer, utilising the 1V/octave control.<ref>Rick's electronic-music projects, [https://web.archive.org/web/20070821181952/http://www.euronet.nl/~rja/Emusic/Formant/ Formant] by Rick Jansen</ref>
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Revision as of 01:59, 4 December 2018

The Formant analog modular synthesizer, designed by C. Chapman and published in 1977/78 as a series of articles in the European magazine Elektor. The articles were later compiled into a book and a year later there was another book with additions and extensions by M. Aigner. The Formant is a Moog modular style synthesizer, utilising the 1V/octave control.[1]

References

  1. ^ Rick's electronic-music projects, Formant by Rick Jansen

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