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MainStage: Precursors to the synthesizer

Precursors to the synthesizer The earliest seeds of modern electronic synthesizers began in the twilight years of the 19th century. In 1897, an American inventor named Thaddeus Cahill was issued a patent to protect the principle behind an instrument known as the Telharmonium, or Dynamophone. Weighing in at 200 tons, this mammoth electronic instrument was driven by 12 steam-powered electromagnetic generators. It was played in real time using velocity-sensitive keys and, amazingly, was able...

Logic Pro X: Precursors to the synthesizer

Precursors to the synthesizer The earliest seeds of modern electronic synthesizers began in the twilight years of the 19th century. In 1897, an American inventor named Thaddeus Cahill was issued a patent to protect the principle behind an instrument known as the Telharmonium, or Dynamophone. Weighing in at 200 tons, this mammoth electronic instrument was driven by 12 steam-powered electromagnetic generators. It was played in real time using velocity-sensitive keys and, amazingly, was able...

Logic Pro X Instruments

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Apple IIe - User's Guide

a Monitor Plug one end of the monitor cable into the Apple IIe's monitor outlet on the far left as you face the back of your computer. You can tell it's a monitor outlet because it's got a monitor symbol right above it. Plug the other end of the monitor cable into the back of the monitor. Plug the monitor power cable into a three-hole, grounded outlet. Eventually you'll want to set your monitor on top of your Apple IIe, but for now, leave it on the desk beside your computer so you'll be able to remove...