The Theremini that Moog introduced at NAMM last January, is now available for purchase.
The Theremini is an ultra compact version of the Theremin synthesizer. It includes a sound engine derived from the Animoog and 32 patches based on wavetable synthesis. The unit features, along with the antenna, a speaker and a LCD screen for real time display of the chromatic tuner, which will help you play in tune.
You will find in the Theremini many of the famous Moog instrument sounds and effects and you can control the pitch, scale, root note as well as the difficulty level. The instrument is intended for both beginners and confirmed players, so the first won’t be discouraged by the playing difficulty for they can play in perfect tune.
An effect processor is also included and you’ll find two line level audio outputs, a 1/4” CV output with adjustable range and a Mini USB port for preset editing, firmware and sound updates and MIDI control.
US street price of the Theremini is $299, europeans will find it for about 300€. More info at www.moogmusic.com.
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