Allen Organ Company, formed in 1939, located in Macungie, Pennsylvania, is the world's largest builder of organs. As a pioneer of digital music, Allen introduced the world's first digital musical instrument in 1971. Allen's commitment to technological advances has resulted in the installation of over 80,000 instruments world-wide. Allen builds classical digital and combination digital and pipe organs, as well as digital theatre organs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Allen Organ"
The B-TAR is a digital musical instrument created by Benjamin Hammond at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. The basic concept is to utilize the computer keyboard as a controller for general MIDI and a built-in synthesizer (using Max) to provide a free musical instrument anywhere in the world to anyone with only a computer. The function keys map to notes in a pentatonic scale, the number pad maps to a drum set, and the letter keys form a one- octave keyboard with which the B-TAR user can transpose his or her instrument. ...more on Wikipedia about "B-TAR"
The Birotron was an ill-fated tape replay keyboard conceived by Rick Wakeman of the progressive rock group Yes co-developed with David Biro in the late 1970s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Birotron"
The Bontempi is an electrical powered three octave keyboard that has a sound similar to a wind powered melodica. It is cased in a plastic body and has additional note keys on the left of the keyboard, and power and volume modulators on the right. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bontempi"
The Chamberlin is an electro-mechanical keyboard instrument related to the Mellotron. It was created by Harry Chamberlin in 1946. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chamberlin"
The clavioline was a battery-powered keyboard instrument and a forerunner to the analog synthesizer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Clavioline"
The Continuum is a keyboard instrument developed by Haken Audio from Champaign, Illinois. ...more on Wikipedia about "Continuum (instrument)" Pure shortopedia. Pure Information Power.
Electone is the trademark used for electronic organs produced by Yamaha. ...more on Wikipedia about "Electone"
An electronic organ is an electronic keyboard instrument, originally designed to imitate the sound of a pipe organ. ...more on Wikipedia about "Electronic organ"
Farfisa is a brand name for a series of electric organs, and later multitimbral keyboards, made in Italy. The organs were marketed for years in the United States by the Chicago Musical Instrument Company. ...more on Wikipedia about "Farfisa"
The Hammond organ is an electric organ which was designed and built by Laurens Hammond in April 1935. While the Hammond organ was originally sold to churches as a low-cost alternative to the pipe organ, it came to be used for jazz, blues, and to a lesser extent rock music (in the 1960s and 1970s) and gospel music. It was widely used in United States military chapels during and after the Second World War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hammond organ"
The keyboard bass is, as its name suggests, a keyboard alternative for the bass guitar or double bass. The earliest one of these was the Fender Rhodes piano bass, pictured above. They are a common alternative to bass guitars in rap and modern R&B music today. ...more on Wikipedia about "Keyboard bass"
The Mellotron is an electromechanical polyphonic keyboard musical instrument originally developed and built in Birmingham, England in the early 1960s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mellotron"
Early Pianets were used on a number of hit recordings from the 1960s and 1970s, including She's Not There by The Zombies, Louie, Louie by The Kingsmen, and Joy to the World by Three Dog Night. The ...more on Wikipedia about "Pianet"
The Roland RD-700 is a digital stage piano. It contains stereo sampled piano sounds, as well as a collection of GM2-compitable sounds. It is designed for live use, and the operation panel includes the most used functions to avoid menu navigation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Roland RD-700"
A stage piano is a digital piano that reproduces sound electronically by the use of sampled or digitally modelled sounds. It differs from other digital pianos in their design — the stage pianos are just the keys and controls, not the stand and pedals that other digital pianos have. ...more on Wikipedia about "Stage piano"
A tape replay keyboard is a musical instrument that uses pre-recorded analog tapes to produce sound when a key is pressed. Examples of tape replay keyboards include the Chamberlin, the Mellotron, and the Birotron. ...more on Wikipedia about "Tape replay keyboard"
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