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Picture needed arrowReleased: June, 1974  Specifications
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Anonymous writes:
A truly odd and rare vintage synth. It's built to last and will work forever. It loads sounds from little punch cards. It was the first digital synthesizer in the history of the world! You control the envelope, vibrato, and pitch bends with the pedals. Only a small number were made. It is a one-of-a-kind instrument. It's cool!

Comments About the Sounds:
I tried to figure how these sounds would have been judged in the mid'70's. Today it just sounds kind of odd and cool.

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