The Theremin is one of the oldest electronic musical instruments in history and the only one you play without touching. Its sound is manipulated by moving your hands in the space around two antennas; one for pitch and one for volume.
The Etherwave Standard Theremin is an authentic adaptation of inventor Léon Theremin’s original Theremin designs. It provides an accurate, five-octave pitch range and balanced spacing between notes for highly-sophisticated playability.
Each Etherwave Standard is encased in a hand-finished, Appalachian hardwood cabinet and features two removable nickel-plated brass antennas. Located on the front panel are waveform and brightness controls for sound shaping as well as dedicated pitch and volume antenna calibration controls.
The bottom panel of the Etherwave Standard is fitted with an adapter for mounting on a standard microphone stand, which is required for optimal performance. (Mic stand sold separately)