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Trautonium

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  1. a monophonic electronic musical instrument invented ca. 1929 by Friedrich Trautwein in Berlin

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  2. Soon Oskar Sala joined him, continuing development until Sala's death in 2002

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  3. Instead of a keyboard, its manual is made of a resistor wire over a metal plate which is pressed to create a sound

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  4. Expressive playing was possible with this wire by gliding on it or create vibrato with small movements

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  5. Neumixturtrautonium VST

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