Exhibits will include a multi-media, interactive timeline of Moog's life and work; the story of Léon Theremin and his seminal invention, the theremin; a "How Electricity Becomes Sound" immersive ...
Central to crafting moods of doom and dread were the soundtracks to these pictures, all of which featured an instrument called a theremin, its tremulous tones themselves often described as ...
File: Barbara Buchholz plays a theremin during the 3rd semifinal of the TV show 'Das Supertalent' on December 12, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. (Stefan Menne/Getty Images) One of the quirkiest, most ...
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The theremin was the first electronic instrument to be mass-produced and the only instrument played without physical contact. Originally shaped like a box with two antennae, one for pitch control, the ...
An electronics hobbyist based in Bochum, Germany has launched an interesting project via Kickstarter this week in the form of a Nixie tube theremin instrument which has been built using 4 vacuum-tubes ...
“They had a band which played electric music and they wanted to use the theremin,” says the German musician, who was 7 at the time. “They gave me the instrument to practice, and I played in their band ...
Even if you're not familiar with the Theremin itself, it's very likely you've heard its loopy electronic tones before. Remember those spooky sound tracks from 1950s science fiction movies? Well, ...
The Theremin, the instrument known for the ghostly whoops and wavers on recordings by Led Zeppelin and the Beach Boys, has never been particularly mainstream but its fans are preparing to celebrate ...
Many people who know the electronic instrument known as a theremin associate it with otherworldly science fiction warbles or eerie horror story accompaniment. But Clara Rockmore, possibly the first ...
The eerie, electronic notes of the theremin rise and fall with a wave of the hand near the machine. Many people have heard the sounds the instrument known as the theremin makes, but they might not ...
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If it’s not calibrated just right, “it can sound so easily horrible,” said Dorit Chrysler while sound-checking the instrument she has played for more than 20 years and never once touched during a ...
But the film’s unlikeliest star is the theremin—an instrument you play without physically touching it. Created by the Soviet inventor Léon Theremin in 1928, the aptly-named theremin was initially ...
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