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NAMM 2014: Moog Etherwave Theremini Miniature Theremin Revealed - VIDEO UPDATE
The Moog Etherwave Theremini Miniature Theremin features built-in speakers, delay and a pitch correction function, which makes it impossible to play a wrong note by playing every note in a selected scale perfectly. Pitch correction can be altered so that the Theremini will play like a traditional Theremin if required.
Other built-in features include a tuner and preset section, allowing you to choose between 32 sounds and store your settings.
There's a headphone jack, line level audio outputs, pitch CV output and MIDI connectivity via USB.
We get a hands on preview with the Theramini at NAMM 2014.
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 24 Jan 2014 02:30 to category : Instruments News
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