Casiotone electronic keyboard instrument

Made:
1980-1981

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Casio "Casiotone MT-30" electronic keyboard, musical instrument. 1980-1981

The circuits of digital synthesisers produced a series of numbers which were then converted into electrical waveforms. The Casiotone MT-30 was one of the first low-cost digital synthesisers produced after Japanese companies Yamaha and Casio identified a new niche in the consumer goods market.

Details

Category:
Acoustics
Object Number:
2000-273
Materials:
metal and plastic
type:
electronic musical instrument
credit:
Boon, Tim