Coco the Cat Covers Good Vibrations with a Mini Theremin

Coco Mini-Theremin Demo Published on Dec 25, 2014 mdaane1

Good Vibrations - Theremin intro

Synth trivia: the theremin sound on Good Vibrations was actually the Tannerin.

"The Electro-Theremin was a unique electronic musical instrument developed by trombonist Paul Tanner and amateur inventor Bob Whitsell in the late 1950s to produce a sound to mimic that of the theremin.[1][2] The Tannerin

Analog Ladies at Robotspeak

via CatSynth where you'll find the full post including video.


"Gargalikis, who often performs as part of the duo, Slope114, has a mellifluous voice that rises above some of the noise sounds from the modular synth, while blending as a high note in longer drones."

"Miss Moist, an Oakland-based electronic musician who describes her music as 'electro candy pop // tropical kitsch'. She

Clara Venice ♡ Star Spangled Banner (Feat. Moog Theremini)

Published on Jul 1, 2015 Clara Venice

Happy 4th of July everyone! Found this one via @MoogMusicInc:

"Happy 4th of July! Love, your friends at Moog."

Video description via Clara Venice:

♡ Happy Fourth of July to all my American bbs!! Here's something I made for you because I love you, and also because I love my Moog theremini.

♡ Hope you all have an amazing holiday!!

♡ To buy my EP "Love

Rob Schwimmer @ CV, 6/30/15

Rob Schwimmer @ CV, 6/30/15 from controlvoltage on Vimeo.

"This video is an excerpt from a performance Rob Schwimmer held at Control Voltage on June 30th, 2015"

Rare Theremin / Synthesizer Built by Mag Lab Electronic Engineer Designer

via this auction

via the seller: "This is a 1 of a Kind 'Theresynthesizer' or combination Theremin Synthesizer. It was built by a former National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Electronic Engineer Designer who was quite gifted. He created quite a few unique devices before his passing a few years ago. There are a lot of switches and connections associated with this piece of equipment and I'd be

DIY Workshops at METRIX CREATE:SPACE Seattle

METRIX CREATE:SPACE in Seattle, WA, is a maker space for people interested in all forms of DIY. They have all the resources and tools you need including 3D printers. They also have a number of workshops scheduled throughout the year. Their latest is a Light Sensitive Theremin Edition workshop:

"Hey! We've got an exciting series of workshops put together by resident engineer and awesome

Carolina Eyck /Theremin - Elephant in Green (live 2015)

Published on May 17, 2015 carolinaeyckvideos

"Encore after the performance of Kalevi Aho's Theremin Concerto "Eight Seasons" with Staatskapelle Halle and conductor Luke Dollman. Performed live on April 20, 2015 at the Georg-Friedrich-Händel-Halle in Halle, Germany.

Many thanks to Tom Fichtner for the recording!"

How to Play the Theremin - Carolina talks Theremin - Técnica de Ejecución de Teremín

Published on May 10, 2015 carolinaeyckvideos

"In this video Carolina will show you how to tune the theremin, how to play a scale and how to work with the left hand, based on her playing technique.
If you have any further questions about Carolina, the theremin or her playing technique or want to book a theremin skype lesson, contact her via e-mail or on Facebook.

Oscillate:Pittsburgh Performances - Dr. Matthew Harder 03/21/15

Published on Mar 23, 2015 Russ Hoffman of Evaton Technologies

"Dr. Matthew Harder performs on Theremin, Monotrons, CS-01, and Ableton Live at Oscillate: Pittsburgh on 3-21-2015"

See the Oscillate: Pittsburgh channel at the bottom of this post for more.

Treat Yourself :)