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Topic: Mego Muson Synthesizer


Jack Hertz
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Mego, the same company that made action figures in the 1970s, tried their hand at a toy synthesizer that was actually pretty cool for its time. The Muson Synthesizer was somewhat limited sound creation wise with just an organ and synthesizer sounds. However, it had something many synths of the day didn't - A sequencer! Those color pegs above the white keys acted as switches for the note sequence. Spaces with a peg played a note. One without, played a rest. There were also controls for tempo, volume and range.

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