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[NAMM] The Moog Theremini introduced at NAMM

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Along with the SUB 37, Moog showcases in Anaheim a new compact version of its theremin, called Theremini.

The Moog Theremini combine a theremin to the Animoog sound engine in a very compact device that features a memory with 32 wavetable-based patches and you can select and store presets with scales and root notes or playing range. A ping-pong delay is also included.

The Theremini features an assistive pitch correction function that will adjust the playing difficulty level: when set at max, it will be impossible to be detuned but you will also loose expressiveness. You can also get a visual feedback of the notes you are playing thanks to the built-in tuner, which will allow for quick correction of the tune (hand position) if needed.

The Theremini hosts a speaker and offers a headphone output, two 1/4” audio outputs and a Pitch CV output. It can be mounted on a 3/8” microphone or camera stand.

The price announced by Moog is $319. More info at www.moogmusic.com.

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