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Continuum Fingerboard
The CONTINUUM FINGERBOARD or HAKEN CONTINUUM is a music performance controller and synthesizer developed by Lippold Haken, a professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois , and sold by Haken Audio, located in Champaign, Illinois . The Continuum Fingerboard
Continuum Fingerboard
was initially developed from 1983 to 1998 at the CERL Sound Group at the University of Illinois, to control sound-producing algorithms on the Platypus audio signal processor and the Kyma/Capybara workstation. In 1999, the first Continuum Fingerboard
Continuum Fingerboard
was commercially sold. Until 2008, the Continuum Fingerboard
Continuum Fingerboard
provided IEEE-1394 (FireWire) connections to control a Kyma sound design workstation , as well as MIDI
connections to control a MIDI
synthesizer module

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