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The Eminent 310 Unique is a home electronic organ that was built and introduced in 1972 by the Dutch organ manufacturer Eminent Orgelbouw B.V. in Lelystad, the Netherlands. It was the first organ to include a string section, making it the first commercial polyphonic string synthesizer on the market. It is prominently featured on Jean Michel Jarre's albums Oxygène (1977) and Équinoxe (1978). The technology for the string section was later licensed to ARP, who released the ARP String Ensemble, which saw wide use in popular music.

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  • Die Eminent 310 Unique, auch Eminent 310U oder Eminent 310 ist eine analoge, mehrstimmige (polyphonische) elektronische Orgel, die ihren Bekanntheitsgrad dem französischen Komponisten und Produzenten Jean-Michel Jarre verdankt, der dieses Instrument unter anderem auf einigen seiner Musikalben verwendete.
  • The Eminent 310 Unique is a home electronic organ that was built and introduced in 1972 by the Dutch organ manufacturer Eminent Orgelbouw B.V. in Lelystad, the Netherlands. It was the first organ to include a string section, making it the first commercial polyphonic string synthesizer on the market. It is prominently featured on Jean Michel Jarre's albums Oxygène (1977) and Équinoxe (1978). The technology for the string section was later licensed to ARP, who released the ARP String Ensemble, which saw wide use in popular music.
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  • Die Eminent 310 Unique, auch Eminent 310U oder Eminent 310 ist eine analoge, mehrstimmige (polyphonische) elektronische Orgel, die ihren Bekanntheitsgrad dem französischen Komponisten und Produzenten Jean-Michel Jarre verdankt, der dieses Instrument unter anderem auf einigen seiner Musikalben verwendete.
  • The Eminent 310 Unique is a home electronic organ that was built and introduced in 1972 by the Dutch organ manufacturer Eminent Orgelbouw B.V. in Lelystad, the Netherlands. It was the first organ to include a string section, making it the first commercial polyphonic string synthesizer on the market. It is prominently featured on Jean Michel Jarre's albums Oxygène (1977) and Équinoxe (1978). The technology for the string section was later licensed to ARP, who released the ARP String Ensemble, which saw wide use in popular music.
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  • Band-pass , bucket-brigade device delay lines
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  • Monotimbral per manual
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  • Full polyphony
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  • Eminent 310 Unique
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  • Analog additive and subtractive
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