Harmonized from Jochen Bohnes on Vimeo.

"Finally, I've reached the 70s (again!).
5 oscillators, 2 as an octave for "melody", in between 3 harmonic tones. I've written a 5 octave harmonization of 12 tones, every octave different - done with Max/MSP.
For a slight detune I used a wrong calibration curve with one of the two melody oscillators."

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