[sdiy] 1v /oct with ADC question
grant at musictechnologiesgroup.com
Sat Dec 3 20:53:56 CET 2016
My memory from the book is a tad weak on that, but I think it was much,
much later. Maybe Terry or someone with the book handy can comment.
On 12/3/2016 10:30 AM, rsdio at audiobanshee.com wrote:
> … and when Sequential Circuits did a complete redesign of the Prophet 5 between the Rev 2 and Rev 3, replacing all of the SSM devices with CEM chips, I think that's when SCI decided to stop paying E-mu. Does that fit your recollection, or were you privy to that phase?
> On Dec 3, 2016, at 9:42 AM, Terry Shultz <thx1138 at earthlink.net> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> The Early Oberheim 4voice/6/8 voice SEM1-A system keyboard design was also an early E-Mu design. Most people don't know it but Tom O. and Dave R.
>> had many design collaborations. The Matrix scanned Z-80 keyboard design was patented in 1976, I believe an 8080 prototype was built but the Z-80
>> based design was the final product. The Prophet 5 was designed at E-Mu for Dave Smith / Barb Fairhurst (Sequential Circuits) and many new
>> functions were invented along the way i.e. AutoTune, SSM series of devices and so forth. The Audity had autotune before the Prophet 5.
>> The reference that SCI was paying a royalty is correct, and the amount for the ProOne was the same as the Prophet 5, which led to a bitter feud on Royalites in general.
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