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[[File:Fairlight cmi.jpg|thumb|220x220px|Fairlight CMI Series 1. Courtesy of katebushencyclopedia.com]]
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An early [[digital synthesizer]] designed by [[Vogel, Peter|Peter Vogel]] and manufactured by Vogel's and Kim Ryrie's company Fairlight Instruments out of Sydney, Australia. The CMI (acronym stands for Computer Music Instrument) was an offshoot of an unsuccessful digital synth project called the [[Quasar]], which had not worked out because affordable computer technology in 1975 was not up to the task. The CMI, designed in 1978-79, was built around the then-new Motorola 6800 microprocessor.
 
An early [[digital synthesizer]] designed by [[Vogel, Peter|Peter Vogel]] and manufactured by Vogel's and Kim Ryrie's company Fairlight Instruments out of Sydney, Australia. The CMI (acronym stands for Computer Music Instrument) was an offshoot of an unsuccessful digital synth project called the [[Quasar]], which had not worked out because affordable computer technology in 1975 was not up to the task. The CMI, designed in 1978-79, was built around the then-new Motorola 6800 microprocessor.
   
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