Waveform slide, one of two, part of the Oramics machine, 1959, used to create electronic synthesized music and developed by Daphne Oram, co-founder of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.
The Oramics machine created sounds to order, being fed waveforms that were drawn on 35mm film. Ten strips of film could be 'played' simultaneously.
- Object Number:
- furnishing and equipment
- sound device
- electronic instrument - musical
- Purchase - Department of Music, University of London
- Permanent collection
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