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Description Siemens Studio (1959-1969) as seen in the Deutsches Museum in Munich Germany

The studio equipments in this photograph are also referred as "Siemens synthesizer" in 120 Years of Electronic Music.


  • "The 'Siemens Synthesiser' or Siemens Studio For Electronic Music (1959-1969)" in 120 Years of Electronic Music (PDF version)
  • YouTube - Munich, Electronic Music Studio in Deutsches Museum

  • Date created 4. August 2006
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    Author Ben Franske ( BenFranske)
    Date 2006-08-17 (original upload date)
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    Author Original uploader was BenFranske at en.wikipedia
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