Moog Halloween Theremin Video Contest 2017 by Zachary Rainsford

Published on Oct 26, 2017 Zachary Rainsford

https://www.moogmusic.com/news/2017-halloween-theremin-contest



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  • Moog Music is celebrating Halloween with a Halloween Theremin Video Contest.
    They’re asking thereminists to recreate the classic sounds of horror/sci-fi theremin in a music video.
    Here’s how it works:

    1. Create your best Theremin video with a Halloween Theme.
    2. Upload it to your YouTube channel.
    3. Post the YouTube URL for your video on the Moog Music Forum www.moogmusic.com/forum in the Theremin Forum, under the Halloween Theremin Contest topic by Saturday, October 31 at 3:00 pm EST. If you are not already a Moog Music Forum member, you must register.

    Prizes:

    • 1st prize – Best Video – MF-104Z Analog Delay
    • 2nd prize – Most views – MF-102 Ring Modulator
    • All contestants whose videos make it to the poll will receive a Moog t-shirt. Limit one t-shirt per video.Videos must be at least one minute in length. Theremin(s) used must be manufactured by Moog Music.
  • Moog Music Halloween Theremin contest


    Reflecting the theremin's spooky side, Moog Music is sponsoring a Halloween contest! Entries may be posted in the Moog Music forums or on YouTube, and winners will be chosen by how many votes the public gives the videos. Prizes are available for Best Video (MF-104Z Analog Delay) and Most Views (MF-102 Ring Modulator). Additionally, entrants can wn a free Moog t-shirt if their video makes it to the final voting poll.

    For more information, visit Moog's contest page, and good luck!

  • Click here to view the embedded video.
    Here’s another entry for Moog’s Halloween theremin contest, working the cute baby angle.

    via matrix12x:
    My 17 month old playing with the Theremin. She loves to play, and often uses her head or entire body to play.
    In this video she is playing Saint-Saëns: Carnival of the Animals Aquarium. She likes the modular synth on the side.
    The insides of the Theremin is a Moog Etherwave, in a Paia Tmax case. I like that case a little better because you can put sheet music on top.Also I am submitting this for the Moog Halloween Theremin Contest, please vote for her.

Treat Yourself :)

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