theremin

The m!lTone Portable Air Synth & MIDI controller

The m!lTone - described as ‘a portable hands-free ultrasonic synthesizer, MIDI controller & more’ – is now under development as a Kickstarter project. Features: Have hands-free control with up to 2 ultrasonic sensors for Continuous, Weighted, & Discrete “Air” functionality Control … Continue reading

iPad Patch Editor For The Theremini, Theremidi, Now In Beta

Developer Kai Aras has introduced Theremidi, an iPad patch editor and realtime controller for the Moog Theremini. It’s now in beta. Theremidi offers three key functions: Controller – Realtime control over all available MIDI commands and parameters. Patch Editor – Create new … Continue reading

Steampunk Cover Of Daft Punk’s Get Lucky, On Bassoon & Theremin


Gettin’ Lucky with a Bassoon and Theremin was uploaded by: lvl111blacksmith
Duration: 156
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Peter Pringle Performs Licinio Refice’s ‘Ombra di Nube’ On Theremin


THEREMIN: OMBRA DI NUBE was uploaded by: Peter Pringle
Duration: 166
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Herb Deutsch Live Performance at the Henry Ford Museum

Published on Jul 26, 2014 Astronauta Pinguim

Filmed by Astronauta Pinguim. Note track 3 features the first recording ever on the Moog synthesizer.

Playlist:

1. Herb Deutsch – Lost Your Numer

2. Herb Deutsch on the Theremin at Henry Ford Museum

3. Herb Deutsch – Jazz Images (excerpt)

4. Herb Deutsch on the Minimoog Synthesizer

Herb Deutsch Live Performance at the Henry Ford Museum

Published on Jul 26, 2014 Astronauta Pinguim

Filmed by Astronauta Pinguim. Note track 3 features the first recording ever on the Moog synthesizer.

Playlist:

1. Herb Deutsch – Lost Your Numer

2. Herb Deutsch on the Theremin at Henry Ford Museum

3. Herb Deutsch – Jazz Images (excerpt)

4. Herb Deutsch on the Minimoog Synthesizer

The Day The Earth Stood Still 1951 – Theremin studio session.

Uploaded on Oct 17, 2010 lostinthetimes’s channel

via Brett Hoyle on The MATRIXSYNTH Lounge via The Playlist where you’ll find a post on the piece.

Video description:
“The soundtrack was composed in August 1951 and was Bernard Herrmann’s first soundtrack after he moved to Hollywood. Herrmann chose unusual instrumentation for the film: violins, cellos, and basses (all three electric), two