Category:Helmholtz's apparatus for the synthesis of sound
- Tuning fork to generate pure tone
- Electromagnet to vibrate tuning fork
- Helmholtz resonator with adjustable shutter operated mechanically by a keyboard, to amplify the sound of tuning fork
- Helmholtz Sound Synthesiser. Max Kohl. Germany, 1905. 120 Years of Electronic Music (120years.net).
- Note: Max Kohl AG, a physical apparatus manufacturer founded in 1876 in Chemnitz, seems to have manufactured their version of Helmholtz Sound Synthesizer with keyboard, circa 1905.
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