RCA Mark II Sound Synthesizer
by Jesse Russell and Ronald Cohn


Overview - High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The RCA Mark II Sound Synthesizer (nicknamed Victor) was the first programmable electronic music synthesizer and the flagship piece of equipment at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.  Read more...

 
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The RCA Mark II Sound Synthesizer (nicknamed Victor) was the first programmable electronic music synthesizer and the flagship piece of equipment at the Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center. Designed by Herbert Belar and Harry Olson at RCA, it was installed at Columbia University in 1957. Consisting of a room-sized array of interconnected sound synthesis components, much of the design of the machine was contributed by Vladimir Ussachevsky and Peter Mauzey. The synthesizer was funded with a large grant from the Rockefeller Foundation.


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  • ISBN-13: 9785511183152
  • ISBN-10: 5511183156
  • Publisher: Book on Demand Ltd.
  • Publish Date: January 2013
  • Page Count: 190
  • Dimensions: 8.27 x 5.83 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.51 pounds


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