Theremin Noodle - Moog Theremin , Elecktron Analog Keys + Fairlight Strings

Published on Oct 28, 2017 100 Things I Do

"A quick noodle with the Theremin, I used a little loop on the Elektron Analog Keys and some Fairlight strings to give a little interest. I also added some keys thanks to the Arturia Piano-V.

I have had the Moog Theremin for a few years but one of the problems is it needs a LOT of space around it to be played well. My studio is a converted master

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