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Digisound 80

Modular Synthesizer

Courtesy/Thanks to: Charles Blakey

Description: The Digisound 80 Modular Synthesizer was a (largely) kit-built synthesizer designed, primarily, by Charles Blakey who ran a small family-owned company called Digisound Ltd near Blackpool in northern England. Many of the early modules appeared as construction articles in two British electronics magazines - Electronics Today International (ETI) and Electronics & Music Maker (E&MM) in the early to mid 1980s.


The Project 80 series - a number of whose modules were based on the CEM (Curtis Electro Music Specialities) range of ICs - was not, however, his first collection of synthesizer modules. He had, previously, produced an early series (the Digisound 20000 series) based around the SSM (Solid State Microtechnology) range of ICs.

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   Picture of a Digisound 80 modular system
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   Picture of a Digisound 80 modular system
Links
www.digisound80.co.uk/digisound/
   Digisound 80 Modular Synthesizer
Manufacturers
Digisound Ltd
   Manufacturer of the Digisound 80 Modular system. Charles Blakey ran a small family-owned company cal
Modular Units
80-3
   Voltage Controlled Low Frequency Oscillator
80-2
   Voltage Controlled Oscillator
80-1
   Power Supply Unit
80-4
   Voltage Controlled Mixer
80-5
   Processor
Other relations
ETI
   Electronics Today International