Sunday Synth Jam: This video captures a cover of Radiohead’s How To Disappear Completely, by Allison Brown. The performance is much less ‘synthy’ than many of the videos that we feature, but it showcases interesting use of the Therevox ET-4 synthesizer. In this context, the Therevox plays a role similar to steel guitar on many country/folk recordings.
Reader Stephen Young created this short film, Therevox – Wood & Wires, which takes a look inside the workshop of Therevox Custom Musical Instruments. Since 2004, Mike Beauchamp’s Therevox has made instruments in the tradition of Paul Tanner’s Electro-Theremin and the Ondes Martenot. Their ET-4 line is controlled by moving a finger along a reference keyboard, shaped to… Read More Inside Therevox Custom Musical Instruments
Bach Chorale #72 played by Four Therevox ET-4’s splitscreen was uploaded by: therevoxhq
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Therevox ET-4.3 Features and MIDI Demo was uploaded by: therevoxhq
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Therevox ET-4.1 Features Demo Overview was uploaded by: therevoxhq
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Here’s a quick demo of the Therevox ET-4 analog ribbon synthesizer. Inspired by the Ondes Martenot’s au ruban controller, the ET-4 is controlled by moving a finger along a reference keyboard shaped to provide tactile feedback. Dual pressure sensitive intensity keys control the amplitude of the ET-4’s two independent analog oscillators.
Therevox has introduced the Therevox ET-4 – a new continuous pitch analog synthesizer that is expected to ship in January of 2012. The Therevox ET-4 is inspired by the Ondes Martenot’s “au ruban” controller .Pitch is controlled by moving an adjustable finger-ring, while amplitude is controlled by two pressure-sensitive keys. The ET-4 can interface with external… Read More The Therevox ET-4 Synthesizer (Sneak Preview)