Phasor (sound synthesizer)
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The song "Dance of the Plastic Forks in the Pizza Parlor" in the Phasor Music Player.
|Type||stereo music, sound and speech synthesizer|
Phasor is a stereo music, sound and speech synthesizer created by Applied Engineering for the Apple II family of computers. Consisting of a sound card and a set of related software, the Phasor system was designed to be compatible with most software written for other contemporary Apple II cards, including the Sweet Micro Systems Mockingboard, ALF's Apple Music Synthesizer, Echo+ and Applied Engineering's earlier card Super Music Synthesizer.
- Applied Engineering 1986 Summer/Fall Catalog. Phasor appears on page 12
- Applied Engineering 1987 Summer/Fall Catalog. Phasor appears on page 17
- Applied Engineering 1988 Spring/Summer Catalog. Phasor appears on page 23
- Applied Engineering 1989 Winter/Spring Catalog. Phasor appears on page 22
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