Differences between current version and predecessor to the previous major change of HammondClocks.

Other diffs: Previous Revision, Previous Author

Newer page: version 3 Last edited on May 9, 2006 12:13 pm. by 63.22.25.151
Older page: version 2 Last edited on April 7, 2001 9:16 pm. by 64.12.104.36
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
-Before Hammond made organs, he made clocks. These were the first clocks to use synchronous AC motors --- their speed was locked to the 60hz line frequency (or 50hz, which was used in some parts of the US for awhile --- but that's another story.) 
+Before Laurens Hammond made organs, he made clocks. These were the first clocks to use synchronous AC motors --- their speed was locked to the 60hz line frequency (or 50hz, which was used in some parts of the US for awhile --- but that's another story.) 
  
 Just like the __run__ motor in a Hammond organ, Hammond clocks were not self-starting. There was a knob labeled "spin to start" in the back of each clock, which you (surprise) spun to start. (Yes, if you spin the knob backwards, the clock will run backwards.) 
  
 ------ 

The content of this page is Copyright (C) 2000, 2001, 2002 Geoffrey T. Dairiki and the other authors of the content, whoever they may be.
This is free information and you are welcome redistribute it under certain conditions; see http://www.dairiki.org/HammondWiki/opl.html for details.
Absolutely no warrantee is made as to the correctness of the information on this page.