Moog Etherwave Plus Theremin Synthesizer
Control your gear with a wave of your hand! The newest member of the Moog Etherwave Theremin family is also the newest member of our Controller family. The Etherwave Plus extends the Theremin's gestural playing technique to the world of analog synthesis and beyond. Control synthesizers and effects while playing the Theremin or use as a stand-alone CV (Control Voltage) controller. Note: Mic stands are sold separately. They are necessary to properly operate theremins. Already own an Etherwave Standard? Upgrades are available.
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- The Etherwave Plus has all the great features and tone of our standard Etherwave theremin.
- The "Plus" makes it an ideal controller and performance instrument:
- Pitch & Volume CV Outputs - control a different CV parameter with each hand
- Gate Output - trigger envelopes and other events
- Pitch Preview/Headphone Output - with volume control, lets you hear your note before the audience does.
- Power LED - instant visual power status on dark stages
- The CV outputs control signals are proportional to the pitch and volume of the Theremin's audio signal. Connect to the pitch and volume CV inputs of a Little Phatty, Voyager or other analog synthesizer for a completely new way to play your synth. These CV signals are not limited to pitch and volume control. Route them to any CV destination and create a new world of expression. Control anything from the cutoff frequency of a Moog Ladder Filter or the LFO Amount on a Moogerfooger Ring Modulator to the stereo panning on a Minimoog Voyager.
No upgrades available
We recently ordered and bought this from GAK guitar amp keyboard shop in Brighton Sussex. I’ve ever played one before. Initial delay due to waiting for stock to arrive in the UK but it arrived safely. The Theremin looks and sounds great, the base of it could have been finished better, but the top and sides are smooth and attractive. I was surprised to find that the pitch at the antenna was lower than the pitch closer to myself and read in the manual that it would be necessary to adjust coils inside it to alter this. I established that by turning the pitch knob anti-clockwise it altered this ‘backward pitch’ issue. I still need to change the zero point and tune it though. I understand from Thereminworld online forum that it needs to be grounded so was surprised to find that the third prong of the plug was plastic (UK plug) as a result of this I bought an amp to use / ground it. I think that a better user guide and manual could and should be included, and was sorry to see that the dvd that used to be supplied was not in with my Theremin. I HIGHLY recommend GAK from Brighton as a supplier for these. They shipped mine out to me for next day delivery as soon as they got it in stock and then arranged a one hour appointment to with them, free of charge, so that I could hear the Theremin via different amps / headphones etc. If you are thinking of getting one, go for it. Phone Jack at GAK Brighton and check out the Theremin on YouTube. If you like melodic music on them put in ‘Theremin once upon a time in the west’ in the YouTube search box - it will blow your mind.