MATRIXSYNTH: EG&G 124A - from lab instrument to analog synthesizer

Monday, November 11, 2019

EG&G 124A - from lab instrument to analog synthesizer

Published on Nov 11, 2019 HAINBACH

"In which I demonstrate the awesome sound power that is the EG&G PARC 124A lock-in amplifier when used for #willitmusic. This research instrument is a crown jewel of making music with test equipment, as it has all the parts that make an analog synth - VCA, multimode filter, oscillator. I have covered lock-in amplifiers before, but this one truly is the best so far. It can do tiny microsounds, glassy pings, throbbing basslines and process a TR-606 into a monster. Check for the sound pack."

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