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The Oberheim OB-8
Manufactured byOberheim
Technical specifications
Oscillator2 per voice
Synthesis typeAnalog Subtractive
Filter2 or 4-pole ADSR
Memory120 patches
12 splits
12 dual
Left-hand controlPitch
External controlCV/gate
For inductors whose magnetic properties rather than electrical properties matter, see electromagnet.
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A selection of low-value inductors
Working principleElectromagnetic induction
First productionMichael Faraday (1831)
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An example of a classic analog synthesizer
sound – a sawtooth bass filter sweep with
gradually increasing resonance.


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Breadboarding a Theremin, (from HeatSync Labs)


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  4. ^ Analog Days by by Trevor Pinch and Frank Trocco, 2004


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Using a Hakko BCM or CM tip for drag soldering.
Hand soldering a SMD with a regular soldering iron.
Adhesive-lined heat-shrink tubing applied using hot air gun.
A short melody of a swaying vibrating synth pad.
Sawtooth bass filter sweep with increasing resonance.


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