Electro-Harmonix has introduced the RTG Random Tone Generator.
Here’s what they have to say about the Random Tone Generator: Continue reading
Electro Harmonix has introduced the 45000 – a ‘state-of-the-art’ multi-track looping pedal.
Each loop has four mono tracks and one stereo mixdown track. The 45000 records non-compressed, 44.1 kHz / 16-bit CD quality audio direct to a removable SDHC card (4 to 32GB). Each card holds up to 100 individual loops accessed with the optional 45000 Foot Controller (sold separately).
Loop speed is adjustable over a two octave range, and reverse recording and playback are also possible. For extra convenience, a built-in metronome to a separate Monitor Out and a Headphone Out are also included. Continue reading
Here’s a theremin performance with a holiday angle – an amazing performance of Franz Schubert’s Ave Maria, arranged for theremin & Electro Harmonix Talking Machine.
Technical details below.
Thereminist Améthyste Spardel performs a haunting rendition of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Pie Jesu on Subscope Theremin, run through an Electro-Harmonix Talking Machine.
The Talking Machine is a programmable formant filter, designed to create vocal effects controlled by the player’s dynamics. In this performance, the Talking Machine is set to a fixed ‘ah’ sound.
See also Peter Pringle’s amazing theremin vocal synthesis of Nessun Dorma.
Sunday Synth Jam: Dream Theater keyboardist Jordan Rudess makes his iPad sing, in this short synth jam.
Rudess is running Wizdom Music’s Geo Synthesizer on his iPad, through the Electro-Harmonix Talking Machine effects pedal.
For another example of what you can do with the Talking Machine, see Peter Pringle’s amazing performance of Puccini?s Nessun Dorma, from the opera Turandot.