Tony Furse archive re computer musical instrument Qasar M8

Made by Furse, Tony in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1965-1980.

Archive, relating to development of Qasar M8 and Fairlight CMI, paper, Tony Furse, Sydney, 1965-1980

Archive of material relating to the creation and development of the Qasar M8, prototype of the Fairlight CMI from preliminary ideas in the mid 1960s through progressive developments such as the Qasar II and on to the final development. Consists of circuit diagrams, patents, drawings, photos (including early oscilloscope photos from the mid 1960s when the development plan first began), newspaper ...

Summary

Object No.

96/382/2

Physical Description

Archive, relating to development of Qasar M8 and Fairlight CMI, paper, Tony Furse, Sydney, 1965-1980

Archive of material relating to the creation and development of the Qasar M8, prototype of the Fairlight CMI from preliminary ideas in the mid 1960s through progressive developments such as the Qasar II and on to the final development. Consists of circuit diagrams, patents, drawings, photos (including early oscilloscope photos from the mid 1960s when the development plan first began), newspaper clippings and various letters relating to submissions to the Australia Council for grants, progress reports, applications for government financial backing, working papers and lecture notes on how the system worked.

Production

Made

Furse, Tony 1965-1980

History

Notes

Used as on-going plans in the development of the M8 and Fairlight CMI.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Tony Furse

Acquisition Date

21 November 1996

Cite this Object

Harvard

Tony Furse archive re computer musical instrument Qasar M8 2018, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 15 October 2018, <https://ma.as/153204>

Wikipedia

{{cite web |url=https://ma.as/153204 |title=Tony Furse archive re computer musical instrument Qasar M8 |author=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences |access-date=15 October 2018 |publisher=Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, Australia}}

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