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Paia THEREMAX THEREMINPublié le 09/29/05 à 00:27
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I ordered this kit theremin in there qqes years in 1997.
Aprsrglement of customs formalities, I took the soldering iron and have had time to mount a couraging the evening. Then I performed the development the next day (or a weekend away).

I did not command the wooden casing, so I Designed my same.

I have the fateful moment of AIM rglage TOKO pots for granted and immediately find the sensitivity of the instrument and the solemn moment when I felt his approach on my hand antenna pitch.

I never tried other models. This one seemed to have an exponential rponse the gesture, so rather difficult to play trs Fawn virtuoso. I think the rponse must be better on other theremin such as......
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I ordered this kit theremin in there qqes years in 1997.
Aprsrglement of customs formalities, I took the soldering iron and have had time to mount a couraging the evening. Then I performed the development the next day (or a weekend away).

I did not command the wooden casing, so I Designed my same.

I have the fateful moment of AIM rglage TOKO pots for granted and immediately find the sensitivity of the instrument and the solemn moment when I felt his approach on my hand antenna pitch.

I never tried other models. This one seemed to have an exponential rponse the gesture, so rather difficult to play trs Fawn virtuoso. I think the rponse must be better on other theremin such as those produced by Moog Music, but another price range of course ...

Incidentally, there are excellent thereminist in Japan and even schools of Tokyo to learn trssrieusement Playing Theremin.

Antennas as copper, they are a helping besoint miror from time to time to remove possible oxidation.

The sound of the theremin silent trs typically that of a human voice. I multi-sample waveforms then I INTERPRETATION on a title that I composed on a Kurzweil K2000.

I tried INTERPRETATION lines with the theremin melodies ... it's not easy but it was some cohrence. The sounds in the lower rev taient powerful. Having no more usefulness ahead of this instrument, I sold three years for APRS equivalent of 80 euros.

Today I think if I had to pay the price, go for a Moog MODEL naturally (one progresses from tape) ...

Having around me trs sharp instruments, I n'prouve now no need to move forward on other instruments (synthtiseurs) and j'prouve less the 'memorobilia' for antiques analog (I think for me that way less and less effect). For example even if the last Voyager Moog Music can really sduire me and even though I have great respect for the brand, I think it is not forcment ncessaire of invest 3000 euros in an instrument that produces only one note.

I am a system that has advanced sound design. At this stage, the IDAL is a Moog Theremin signature but with a MIDI output to play other synths and use the theremin as a Midi controller. But as we all know, the MIDI at a resolution 8 bits, causing the effects of coarse quantization (stair) and remove the effect of glissando which is unique (it is then necessary to resort to SETTING THE portamento on synths).

In the case of sound design that Systm j'voque the moment (not the port of all dvelopper should be a prototype that 'follow' in the sound of the theremin frquence and the place to play another sound etc ... I do not fall within the dtails but I have my ide the it ...

I think the theremin is an instrument that approaches the violin, you need the gesture and have adecuat notion of distances dlivrent tones right. It is a notion of hand coordination is learning is what makes a "plus" in the world of synthtiseur, ie a more intimate relationship with the game sounds.

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  • Manufacturer: Paia
  • Model: THEREMAX THEREMIN
  • Category: Other Synthesizers
  • Added in our database on: 05/03/2003

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Other names: theremax theremin, theremaxtheremin

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