80-21 Voltage Controlled Digital Oscillator module.

Made:
1985 in Blackpool
maker:
Digisound Limited

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80-21 Voltage Controlled Digital Oscillator module (from the Digisound 80 range), sold as a build-it-yourself kit and assembled by Tim Boon in 1985, by Digisound Ltd., Blackpool, England,1985.

Details

Category:
Acoustics
Object Number:
2011-94
Materials:
copper (metal), glass fibre, plastic (unidentified), steel (metal), wood (unidentified)
type:
sound oscillator
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • sound device
  • electrophone
  • electronic instrument - musical
credit:
Tim Boon
status:
Permanent collection

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