SU601742A1 - Electric musical instrument - Google Patents

Electric musical instrument

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SU601742A1
SU601742A1 SU752148362A SU2148362A SU601742A1 SU 601742 A1 SU601742 A1 SU 601742A1 SU 752148362 A SU752148362 A SU 752148362A SU 2148362 A SU2148362 A SU 2148362A SU 601742 A1 SU601742 A1 SU 601742A1
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frequency
musical instrument
electric musical
acoustic
input
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SU752148362A
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Russian (ru)
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Лев Сергеевич Термен
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Termen Lev S
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- High-frequency generator / works with a CONSTANT frequency, hv erats, p 2 - with a frequency close to 1K frequency of the generator /, depending on the electrical capacity of the connected, A1 antennas 3. Position: r} 1ki and fingers OKolo ante.N | em is the height of individual tans of a single sound. With a conventional superstructure, an approximation or opening of the fingers gives an increase in frequency reproducibly with a J / th acoustic system of a difference tone due to an increase in the frequency difference between high-frequency generators / iH 2. Of the high-frequency voltages of each generator, deviating from right sinusoidal oscillations, overtones are released, above the measures, from the second to the seventh means of the HiOHbiX filter (not shown), available in the 7, 8 a stop harmonics.
The corresponding overtones are added in the additional mixer 9, as a result of which (Difference tones are obtained, the ratio of the frequencies of which to the main tone emanating from the acoustic system 6 corresponds to its sound overtone m.
In H and No-A wrap (to the “by-one converter 10, these frequencies are divided 3, 4, 5, 6, and 8 times to produce CLEAR chord sounds, corresponding to tones that are hot | 0t” sensations , to basic: / gz, / 5, / 5, / 7, / 6, / 7, 8, / 7, / 8, and add up after correction, bringing them closer to the correct sinusoidal shape, to form accurate, quartz-like K01nsons sounding chords: 1.2 / 3.5 / 8; 1.3 / 4.3 / 5; 1.3 / 5.4 / 5; 1.3 / 4.5 / 8; 1.2 / 3.4 / 5; 1.3 / 5.5 / 6; 1.5 / 8.7 / 8- 1.3 / 471, 4 / 7.5 / 7; 1.5 / 7.6 / 7 .
Pr, and performance: Melodies. And the control unit P selects the frequency corresponding to the musically required consonances for a given melodic stage. The high-frequency separator | rmoni1k gives you a lot of 31stinution of this complex of the required intensity, O: limited by the unit wearae U /. Electric Musical 1 Instrument Oba opeče.vada receiving a high hardness of the accompaniment to a free intonated melody of chords in a clean system.
Form m l l and iso b reet n i:
Electro-musical I1 instrument of the Temenvox containing a high-frequency constant-frequency generator and a high-frequency variable-frequency generator, IKO connects to the KOTOiporo input capacitive frequency control element, for example, an antenna, a mixer whose inputs are connected to the outputs of a high-frequency O; with an acoustic system, and an equalization unit, characterized in that, in order to change the pitch when performing: melodia, and, in it, high-frequency harmonic extractors are added, additionally an efficient mixer, an overtone-chord converter and an additional acoustic system, one of the higher-frequency harmonic pickups are connected to the outputs of the high-frequency generators, and the high-frequency harmonic extractors are connected to the inputs of the additional mixer, (the first output of which is connected to the acoustic system, and the second output with the input-wrap-chord converter, the outputs of which are connected to the input of the additional speaker system and the first input of the control unit, the second input of the terminal Secondly connected: to the auxiliary output of the high-frequency harmonic extractor.
Sources of information, P | p, are in the attention of experts:
1. For Great Britain, Great Britain, No. L 1374539, class G 5 A, 21.illl. I97i2.
2. Certificate of author No. 890, cl. G (10H: 1/00, March 17, 921.
SU752148362A 1975-06-26 1975-06-26 Electric musical instrument SU601742A1 (en)

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