Muson Music Synthesizer

Recreation of a Musical toy from 1978

(20 Votes)
ian taylor
1.0 (Updated 9 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
9 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
9 years ago
great toy. impossible to catch a tempo in my sequencer. how can this be modified to sync to tempo?
Drew Anderson
9 years ago
fun and interesting for sure...great job on the gui.