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English: Exhibit from the Norwegian Technical Museum (Oslo), Music department. This is the world's first computerized synthesizer, developed by the norwegian Knut Wiggen in the Elektronmusikstudion (EMS) of Stockholm (Sweden), 1967.


  • Elektronmusikstudio EMS, Stockholm [Invnr: X5336, Stiftelsen EMS, Stockholm, 1967] (in Swedish). Sweden: Scenkonst Museet [Swedish Museum of Performing Arts].
    [In English: "Parts of the electronic music studio EMS, Kungsgatan 8, Stockholm. The studio opened in 1967 and was left on Main Street until 1985 when it moved to Munich Brewery in Södermalm. / Contains parts of the control board from the EMS and a large amount of cabling and components. Gift to the Museum of Music from the Foundation EMS 1994."]

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