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Moog Music Theremin Etherwave Pro
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Publié le 06/02/09 à 07:59
The Moog Music Theremin Etherwave Pro is probably the most complex and best sounding theremin out there that money can buy.  It has an awesome look to it and has a lot more tone controls than most other theremins out there.  It has both a volume and a pitch bar and comes on a nice and sturdy stand.


UTILIZATION

Using the Moog Music Theremin Etherwave Pro takes a little bit of getting used to if you don’t have any or have little experience with theremins simply because there is a lot going out.  There is more tone control available on this theremin than I have seen on any other theremin and although there is a lot going on after playing around with it for a little while I felt I had a pretty good understanding on what everything did.  I’m really a beginner when it comes to the theremin, but I didn’t have too much trouble figuring out what everything does.  The manual is pretty thorough and is helpful to have around when trying to learn the wonders of this instrument.

SOUNDS

The possibilities of sound on the Moog Music Theremin Etherwave Pro are truly outstanding.  You can get so many different and interesting theremin tones with this instrument that it gets almost a little ridiculous.  You can also get standard and traditional theremin tones in all sorts of variety.  This is the holy grail of theremins and really has an awesome overall sound.



OVERALL OPINION

I first used the Moog Music Theremin Etherwave Pro about a year ago and its truly a wonderful instrument.  Everything from the make up to its tone quality is outstanding and since it has the Moog Music stamp, you know you are getting a good product.  Since this is the best theremin out there, it definitely has the proper price tag to go along with that title and will cost you a pretty penny.  This being said, it is really designed for professional theremin players looking to get the best quality possible no matter what the cost.  If you are serious about playing the theremin, you need to check out the Moog Music Theremin Etherwave Pro.
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