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Nuts & Volts Magazine (April 2016)

A MIDI Controlled Analog Synthesizer on a Shoestring

By Thomas Henry    View Digital Edition  


If you’ve always longed to make electronic music yourself, but have fretted about your pocketbook or the complexity, here’s a perfect solution. Learn how to put together a very usable MIDI controlled analog synthesizer for under $40. While perhaps not rivaling a professional’s Yamaha, Roland, or Casio in all respects, there’s no doubt the neophyte can indeed starting making serious music with it right away.

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