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Tuttivox Jörgensen Electronics

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    Description
    The Tuttivox was essentially a polyphonic German licensed version of Raymond Martin’s Clavioline, manufactured by the Danish company Jörgensen Electronics, in Düsseldorf, Germany . This updated Clavioline was created by the pioneering German engineer, Harald Bode. The Tuttivox was a small portable one keyboard, amplifier and speaker combination buitl into a wooden carrying case. the keyboard was usually played attached to a piano and intended for use with commercial dance and popular music bands of the day. the instrument created it’s sound using fourtyE- series valves; thirty six as audio oscillators with filtering provided by coils and capacitors. There are 3 foot positions available and 36 filter settings, which could be combined to enable a variety of tone colors. the Tuttivox remained in production until the 1960s.

    Bode, in collaboration with French instrument maker René Seybold, later developed an extended version of the Clavioline with an extra two octaves on the keyboard called the ‘Concert Clavioline’ and a combination of the Concert Clavioline and the Tuttivox was marketed as the ‘Combichord’ “The smallest church organ in the world”.
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    Architecture
    Type: Analog
    Synthesis: Oscillator(s), Subtractive
    Oscillators
    Oscillators: 1
    Waveforms: Square, Sub Oscillator
    Osc Modulation: Envelope, Pedal, Sync Hard
    Envelopes
    Envelopes: 1
    Evelope Paramerters: Attack
    Filters
    Filters: 1
    LFO
    LFO: 1
    Polyphony & Tuning
    Polyphony: 1
    Tuning: Standard
    Modes: Mono
    Patches
    Patches RAM: 1
    Case
    Case: Keyboard
    Keyboard: 37 keys, Wood
    Controls: Switches
    Connections
    Audio Output Connections: Mono Out
    Audio Output Count: 0
    Audio Output Notes: Unit has it's own amplifier
    Production
    Year Released: 1946
    Year Discontinued: 1961
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