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Did you know : Analogue

Etymology wise, the word analogue, has traces that go way back to the Greek word – logos (word, thought, principle or speech).

“Analogue”: a continuous electrical signal with an amplitude that varies with time.

Let that logos arms

embrace your analog circuits

Here we have an example of an analog sound:

A short arp played on a Korg Monopoly (a 44 key “mono-polyphonic” analog synthesizer produced by Korg from 1981 to 1984).

File type: audio/wav

File size: 1 MB

Length: 0:120 minutes, 12 seconds

Bitrate: 706kb/s CBR

The arp used as an example was taken from Legowelt’s sample site (higly recommended).