How do you use a Theremini as a midi controller?22nd April 2022
We’re always on the lookout for new instruments and music technology to see how they can interface with our accessible software. Rachael Moat, one of our amazing Development Partners has been getting to grips with the Moog Theremini. This new model is a re-imagination of one of the oldest electronic musical instruments, typically operated using each hand to independently control the pitch and velocity. It offers immediate musical satisfaction to each player, regardless of musical or physical ability.
Through some recent R&D, Rachael has written a user guide on how to set up the Theremini as a midi controller, making it another great addition to our inclusive music making workshops! Take a look at the user guide to find out more.
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