Manikin Electronic Memotron Sound Collection - Harry's Collection
Please note: even though you use an SD card to load sounds into Memotron, these sound collections are delivered on CD-ROM, so before purchasing please make sure you have the means to transfer sounds from a CD-ROM onto an SD card.
After World War II German high-tech kept entering the USA. Believing firmly in the sound quality of the German tape recorders, the Iowa-born inventor Harry Chamberlin allegedly got the idea to build electric musical instruments based on tape recordings of real instruments. As early as 1948 he invented the world’s first drum machine using tape loops. After longstanding experiments in his garage in Upland/California his idea of a ‘tape organ’ gradually took shape. This sound pack honors Harry Chamberlin and includes some of the sounds he recorded for his original instruments.
- CH 3 Violins
- CH 4 Saxes
- CH Accordion
- CH Bass Clarinet
- CH Electric Guitar
- CH Hawaiian Guitar
- CH Male Voice
- CH Muted Trombone
- CH Piano
- CH Rhythmate 35
- CH Sax
- CH Vibes
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