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The '''Transcendent Polysynth''' was a 4 voice, polyphonic synthesizer. Based on [[CEM]] ICs the design by [[Tim Orr]] was published in [[ETI]] from December 1980 to March 1982. It was available as a kit or fully assembled from [[Powertran ]].
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The '''Transcendent Polysynth''' was a 4 voice, polyphonic synthesizer. Based on [[OnChip Systems|CEM]] ICs the design by [[Tim Orr]] was published in [[ETI]] from December 1980 to March 1982. It was available as a kit or fully assembled from [[Powertran ]].
  
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== References ==
 
== References ==
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
*[http://www.spontis.se/pdf/etipoly.pdf ETI articles] at Cloned Analog Gear
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* [https://web.archive.org/web/20150408214235/http://www.spontis.se/pdf/etipoly.pdf ETI articles] at Cloned Analog Gear
  
 
[[Category:Polyphonic synthesizers]]
 
[[Category:Polyphonic synthesizers]]
 
[[Category:Kit synthesizers]]
 
[[Category:Kit synthesizers]]
 
[[Category:CEM IC synthesizers]]
 
[[Category:CEM IC synthesizers]]
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[[Category:Synthesizer projects]]
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Latest revision as of 12:20, 19 October 2019

The Transcendent Polysynth was a 4 voice, polyphonic synthesizer. Based on CEM ICs the design by Tim Orr was published in ETI from December 1980 to March 1982. It was available as a kit or fully assembled from Powertran .

References

External links