Therevox ET-4.3 Synthesizer Inspired By Ondes Martenot, Electro-Theremin

Here’s a quick demo of the Therevox ET-4.3 continuous pitch analog instrument.

This includes a 4-mode MIDI over USB output, controlling two instances of AMsynth, an assignable expression pedal/CV input and intensity key “hold” knobs.

Inspired by the Ondes Martenot (1928) and the Electro-Theremin (1950), the ET-4 is controlled by moving a finger along a reference keyboard shaped to provide tactile feedback. The ET-4.3 takes the all-analog design and adds a modern MIDI over USB output that allows it to control software synthesesizers and other external hardware for unlimited sonic possibilities.

The ET-4.3 is priced at US $2,125. More information is available at the Therevox site.

3 thoughts on “Therevox ET-4.3 Synthesizer Inspired By Ondes Martenot, Electro-Theremin

  1. it’s going to be interesting to see what this thing can do in the hands of some musicians. maybe they should send one to daft punk or radiohead or something…

    ps. is that a picture of that abandoned train station in detroit in the back?

  2. great new (revival) instrument! I hope this changes the way some of today’s producers make music. Today’s charts are crowded with overused clichés sounds. We need more instruments like this!

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