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Polyphony V5 2A Ocr

Polyphony V5 2A Ocr

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ANALOG
 
DELAY
INTRODUCING... TWO-CHANNEL ANALOG DELAY UNIT
 
FOR AMBIENCE SYNTHESIS AND DELAY EFFECTS
FEATURES*TW0 INDEPENDENT CHANNELS* 3072 STAGES OF DELAY PERCHANNEL* ADJUSTABLE INPUT AND OUTPUTLEVELS WITH INPUT OVERLOADINDICATION* INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL VOLT-AGE CONTROLLED DELAY TIME* COMPANDOR IN EACH CHANNEL* 3 MODES/CHANNEL WITH ADJUST-ABLE MIX* CONVENTIONAL REVERB OUTPUTFOR MUSIC EFFECTS
If you haven't heard what analogdelay can do for home music reproduc-tion, you're missing something. Let's faceit, stereo in your living room is flat and2 dimensional. Without the mixture of di-rect and delayed sounds that a large hallprovides, almost all music reproduced inthe home is lifeless. Quadraphonics hasnot proved to be the solution to thisproblem. The recent developement ofbucketbrigade semiconductor techno-logy has made it possible to offer a rea-sonably priced delay unit that.can trans-form your listening room into a con-cert hall. Using your present stereosystem, the 2ASA, and whatever youhave in the way of 2 additional speakersand 2 channels of power amplification—you have all the parts to put together anambience system that is capable of creat-ing the kind of 'space' you enjoy musicin. You don't need stateoftheart com-ponentry to enjoy an ambience system.The secondary power amplifiers andspeakers can be of very modest perfor-mance and yet still serve to createstrikingly realistic spaciousness in yourlistening room. If you don't have 2 extrapower amp channels on hand, we offerseveral low cost, low power amps in kitform that would be ideal for this pur-pose.Although the 2ASA has been de-signed for use in music reproductionsystems as an ambience synthfesizer, itsvoltage controlled clock and mixing capa-bilities allow it to be configured in anumber of ways for delay effects such asphasing, flaging, chorous, and vibrato. Ex-ternal voltage control for special effectsmust be user supplied.The 2ASA is sold in kit form onlyand includes the circuit boards, com-ponents, chassis (111/2" x 10" x 4"),cover 120VAC power supply, assemblyinstructions and application notes.
2AS-A Analog Delay Unit
 
$250.00 ppd. Cont. U.S.
London:
Southwest Technical Products Co., Ltd.Tokyo:Southwest Technical Products Corp./Japan
 
STAFF
EDITORMarvin JonesEDITORIAL ASSISTANTJarice KirkendollCONTRIBUTING EDITORSCraig AndertonGary BannisterDavid ErnstJohn S. Simonton, Jr.GRAPHIC CONSULTANTLinda BrumfieldPRINTING"Dinky" Cooperis published bimonthlyW. Wilshire Blvd.,City, OK 73116, byCo. Entire1979 byCo. Allportion omay bePOLYPHONYat 1020OklahomaPolyphony Publishingcontents copyrightPolyphony Publishingrights reserved. Nothis publicationreproduced in any manner withoutwritten permission from thepublisher. Application to mail atcontrolled circulation rates ispending at Oklahoma City, OK.ADVERTISING rate and deadlinecard available. Contact MarvinJones at (405) 842-5480.DEALERS & DISTRIBUTORS bulkpurchase pricing available uponrequest. Contact Marvin Jones.SUBSCRIPTIONS accepted on a oneyear (6 issues) basis. Rates:American $8.00/yrForeign $10.00/yrBACK ISSUES are all available at$2.00 each. Send SASE for listingof issues and contents.CHANGE OF ADDRESS notificationsformer address andany numbers frommust includezip code, andthe mailing label, as well as thenew address. Polyphony is notresponsible for replacement of lost or returned issues when wehave not been supplied withchange of address information.POLYPHONYPO Box 20305Oklahoma City, OK 73156
NATIONAL' XJCIATION OFSC MERCHANTS
CONTENTS'
ISSN: 0163-4534Volume 5, Number 2July/August 1979FEATURESThe Achille's Heel of the UniversityElectronic Music Program
........................10by Barton McLeanCONSTRUCTION & MODIFICATIONBuild a Hex VCA/ Mixer..........................
30by Jim RosenModify the SEM for LF0 Trilling
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16by Bob YannesCOLUMNS & REGULARSHome Recording: Budget Microphony ..............24by Craig AndertonExperimenters Circuits: Bar Graph ICs
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26by Gary BannisterComposer Profile: Sound Paintings .............. 7by David ErnstLab Notes: Digitizers
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32by John S. Simonton, Jr.Polyphony Reviews ................................14Industry Report
.................................. 4Equipment Exchange ...............................38Advertiser Index .................................35ON THE COVER: The electronic music lab atRoosevelt University in Chicago is a big system tobegin with, but, when doubled back on itself,provides a sight which should make any synthesistdrool.Candy-0 is a lifesaver.
POUPHCNy-
-July/August 1979 

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