In this video, thereminist Carolina Eyck gives a short introduction (in Spanish) to playing the theremin. Eyck discusses how to tune the theremin, how to play a scale and how to work with the left hand, based on her playing technique.
Published on Oct 11, 2014 AreSoundsElectrik?
Published on May 10, 2015 carolinaeyckvideos
“In this video Carolina will show you how to tune the theremin, how to play a scale and how to work with the left hand, based on her playing technique.
If you have any further questions about Carolina, the theremin or her playing technique or want to book a theremin skype lesson, contact her via e-mail or on Facebook.
Published on Mar 23, 2015 Russ Hoffman of Evaton Technologies
“Dr. Matthew Harder performs on Theremin, Monotrons, CS-01, and Ableton Live at Oscillate: Pittsburgh on 3-21-2015″
See the Oscillate: Pittsburgh channel at the bottom of this post for more.
Sunday Synth Jam: Synthesist J Daniel Cramer shared this synth jam, which features a theremin controller, being used to modulate both the musical elements of a complex synth patch and the video’s visuals. See the video end credits for additional details on … Continue reading
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Published on Mar 5, 2015 carolinaeyckvideos
Links in the breakdown futher below active on YouTube here for those interested in checking them out.
In this video, I would like to give you an overview about the things you need to know when you are composing for the theremin!
1. Basics 0:51
2. Types of
Published on Dec 24, 2014 MOARRR
“This was one of my most trippy and most heart warming experience in 2014. I saw a miracle in the Old Town of Bucharest.
I was wandering around alone in the Old Town, a kind of chill walk instead of a disco nap before my gig. I’ve heard a strange and really unique sound from somewhere, and I got really excited. Is it a theremin? How? Why? On the street? In
Reader Simon Iddol, founder of Moarrr, shared this video with us, which captures an interesting experience he had in Bucharest. “This was one of my most trippy and most heart warming experience in 2014,” explains Iddol. “I was wandering around … Continue reading
Published on Jan 24, 2015 Rhythmicons
It appears I missed this one. Better late than never.
“In remembrance of Edgar Froese.
This is a live performance centering around a Synthesizers.com Modular, Moog Taurus III Bass Pedals, and accompanied by Theremin and Moog Voyager. Instruments processed by both tape and analog bucked brigade delays.
Vielen Dank, Herr Froese.”