[linux-audio-user] Theremin

james at dis-dot-dat.net james at dis-dot-dat.net
Tue Sep 6 10:12:56 EDT 2005


On Tue, 06 Sep, 2005 at 03:20PM +0200, Frode Haugsgjerd spake thus:
> tir, 06,.09.2005 kl. 10.53 +0100, skrev james at dis-dot-dat.net:
> > Hi peeps.
> > 
> > After trying to simulate the sound of a theremin in a track a little
> > while ago, I decided that I needed a better way to make this kind of
> > sound.
> > 
> > I intend to build one at some point, but until I get chance to do
> > that, I've been making a software one.
> > 
> > I'll release an early version very soon - as soon as I've fixed a few
> > things.
> > 
> > Before I do that, though, here is what it's sounding like.
> > http://dis-dot-dat.net/th_1.ogg
> > 
> > It's a totally dry sound, so you can tell what it's really doing, but
> > it sounds really nice with some reverb and echo, thanks to jack-rack.
> > 
> > It's using a plain old sine wave at the moment, which theremins in
> > real life don't, but I may change that later.
> > 
> 
> You probably saw this already, but here is some (windows) software:
> http://www.thereminworld.com/software.asp

Yes, but who runs Windows?  I wanted one for a mainstream OS, like
Linux, not one that's only used by over zealous, evangelistic geeks.

Wait...

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