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Originally posted by Gerinski Gerinski wrote:

Originally posted by Dean Dean wrote:

The preset patches on the GX-1 were 70 "tone modules", each containing 26 resistor dividers for setting various parameters on the sound banks.
Thanks, I guess I was meaning user-storable patches memory, not presets.

I got my 1st polyphonic synth in 1983 called a Crumar Trilogy.  It had organ, string synth, and synthesizer sounds.  7 memory locations and the 8th routed to a hinged cover panel that let you access a circuit board that was full of variable resistors.  You would spin the resistors around to set the voice parameters.  Fun Fun Fun!

Edited by The.Crimson.King - August 17 2013 at 02:00
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