Re: analog sound demonstrations (Kramer )

Subject: Re: analog sound demonstrations
From:    Kramer  <kramer(at)LISTEN.COM>
Date:    Wed, 27 Nov 1996 10:18:11 -0800

Regarding Richard Parncutt's ideas re: an analog device for demonstrating and playing with masking, beats, etc.: Jim Beauchamps answers seem reasonable but carrying around a NeXT is the kind of thing Richard wanted to avoid. Analog oscillators and mixers are easy enough to build. I know of music-oriented people here in Portland, OR who are doing this. If there's enough interest in such a box I could let them know; perhaps they'd meet the challenge. I agree with Jim that old analog synthesizers are just too cranky to deal with for this kind of application. Besides, they lack stability and compactness. Greg Gregory Kramer Clarity/Santa Fe Institute 310 NW Brynwood Lane Portland, OR 97229 503-292-8550 Fax: 503-292-4982 kramer(at)

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