Muson Music Synthesizer

Recreation of a Musical toy from 1978

(20 Votes)
ian taylor
1.0 (Updated 10 years ago)
January 17, 2010
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Muson Music Synthesizer
By Ian Taylor 2010.

This is a toy synthesizer from 1978 by the Mego Corporation.
It features an extremely simple "organ" and a step sequencer controlled by plugs which contained resistors to alter the note value.
Use the drop-down boxes to select a plug. Sequencer tempo and pitch controlled by the sliders. Enjoy!


ian taylor
10 years ago
Thanks for the comments. It was bult to operate as close to the original as possible (I used to have one of these when I was a kid). It should be possible to replace the clock oscillator with a midi clock module so it can sync to midi, have a delve in the ensemble it won't be too hard and a nice way to learn.
michael mangini
10 years ago
great toy. impossible to catch a tempo in my sequencer. how can this be modified to sync to tempo?
Drew Anderson
10 years ago
fun and interesting for sure...great job on the gui.