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George F Schmoll III: Circuit for simulating string bass sound. CBS, Spencer E Olson, November 27, 1979: US04175465 (10 worldwide citation)

In a circuit for simulating the sound produced when a stringed instrument, such as a bass viol, is plucked, square wave signals of different frequencies from a tone generator are combined to produce a synthesized sawtooth waveform which is applied to a low pass filter to remove the extremely high or ...


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George F Schmoll III: Contoured propulsion blade and a device incorporating same. Patents &plus TMS, May 8, 2001: US06227795 (9 worldwide citation)

A blade and a series of blades are provided for implementation into a device, such as, for example, a turbine, a fan, a pump or the like. The blades are substantially flat and include at least one rib or irregularity peripherally formed in the blade equidistantly from the center of the blade. The bl ...


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George F Schmoll III: Synthesizer for organ voices. CBS, Spencer E Olson, November 17, 1981: US04300435 (7 worldwide citation)

In an electronic musical instrument, such as an electronic organ, certain organ voices are synthesized by applying a tone signal to a voltage controlled low-pass sharp cutoff filter, the pass characteristic of which has a relatively sharp knee and a rapid rate of rolloff, thereby to sharply attenuat ...


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George F Schmoll III: Pedal tone generator having means for automatically producing tone patterns based on tonic note. CBS, Spencer E Olson, November 28, 1978: US04127048 (6 worldwide citation)

A pedal tone generator for an electronic musical instrument, such as an electronic organ, having the capability of automatically producing bass rhythm patterns based on a tonic note, includes a memory for storing a plurality of rhythm patterns which has a plurality of outputs for producing a predete ...


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George F Schmoll III: Circuit for modulating a musical tone signal to produce a rotating effect. CBS, Spencer E Olson, December 29, 1981: US04308422 (5 worldwide citation)

A device for electronically modulating a musical tone signal to produce substantially the radiation effects produced by a rotary loudspeaker with the aid of two loudspeakers, in which circuit an amplitude modulator is associated with one loudspeaker and a variable delay device is associated with the ...


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George F Schmoll III: Housing for a disk propulsion system and a method of using the same. Schmoll & Halquiss, Patents&plus TMS, June 26, 2001: US06250071 (2 worldwide citation)

A housing for a propulsion system, such as for a plurality of disks, is provided as well as a system and a method for using the same. The housing is shaped to provide a streamlined motion through a fluid, such as air or water. Openings in the housing allow the fluid to flow through the propulsion sy ...