Optigan Disc Big Band Beat

SKU: 23019

Sale price$99.00


Optigan Disc Big Band Beat
Condition Sleeve Light Wear Disc Ex
Optigan salutes the fabulos 40,s. The swing era, when names like Benny Goodnman had everyone dancing to the rhythm of the Big Band beat.
Rhythm 4/4
Left Hand: Baritone, tenor and alto saxaphones, trumpets , trombones, bass, guitar & drums.
Right Hand: Saxophone.

The Optigan is an electronic keyboard instrument designed for the consumer market back in the 70's. The name stems from the instrument's reliance on pre-recorded optical soundtracks to reproduce sound.

The Optigan's playback system functioned much like the storage and reading of an optical soundtrack as was used in motion pictures, using a light bulb to energize a row of photodiodes on the opposite side of spinning, 12" diameter clear plastic film discs (officially referred to as "Program Discs") encoded with fifty-seven concentric optical tracks. The system then translated the analog waveforms on the disc to an audio signal.

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