Built in 1901, the world’s first synthesizer has almost entirely disappeared. No recordings of the machine exist today.
Using electrical signals to create musical notes that were sent over a phone line, generated by an electric motor that doubled as an amplifier, the synthesizer known as the Thelharmonium was the very first machine to use a technique named by its inventor (Thaddeus Cahill) “synthesizing”!
What a find by the excellent magazine Popular Mechanics.
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