electronic organ

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electronic organ

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′ȯr·gən]
(electronics)
A musical instrument which uses electronic circuits to produce music similar to that of a pipe organ.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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On 8 August 1967, Pasadena, CA-based North American Rockwell (hereafter Rockwell) and their engineer Deutsch filed a patent application for the digital organ. Soon after, Deutsch demonstrated this invention to the large U.S.
Nevertheless, in June 1971 Rockwell delivered the digital organ prototype to Allen and its technical attributes proved immediately apparent.
At the North American Music Merchants (NAMM) trade convention in June 1971, Deutsch arranged a private demonstration of Allen's digital organ to Yamaha's president and an entourage of 25 delegates.
During the Yamaha contract, Kawai approached Deutsch to undertake a similar function with regard to that firm's digital organ program.
Or, as the author of one of the most fundamental technologies in the field, could he separate his own tacit knowledge that formed the basis for the digital organ patent from the codified knowledge inscribed in that patent?
Many of these documents referenced either the digital organ patent or its cousin the 'computor' organ.
(7) Much of Kimball's claims of invalidity rested on the fact that Deutsch and Rockwell had 'demonstrated' its digital organ technology to Rodgers and Conn (two other U.S.
Unable to raise that sort of money, the church installed a digital organ instead.
Out is going the ageing Conn theatre organ and in is coming a newly purchased state of the art three-manual Allen digital organ.
The cathedral will take delivery of two digital organs and a small chamber organ in preparation for the concert.
A showcase for their new digital organs is certainly a lowkey start for such a departure.

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