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June 28, 2006 Electrophones (3 categories) Electrical musical instruments – acoustic instruments whose sounds are altered or manipulated through electronic means (keyboards and guitars) Electronic musical instruments – sounds generated and produced electronically (synthesized drums) Digital musical instruments – binary; no sound produced by the music Fender Rhodes Piano Not invented by Mr. Fender, just marketed by company. Functions with vibrating tone bars Electrical musical instrument Used at vets hospital Hammond Organ Laurens (Leslie) Hammond (1895-1973) Rotating tone wheels Contains a “leslie” rotating speaker to give a delayed, “swirling” feel Mellotron Each key stroke triggers a small reel of tape containing single-note samples of various instruments Two keyboards are divided into three sections Right-hand keyboard Melody Left hand keyboard ½ for rhythm ½ is accompaniment Synthesizers Analog – monophonic, polyphonic Digital Primarily keyboard driven instruments designed to recreate and/or form sounds
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