Adam Monroe Music - Theremin 1.4 VSTi, AAX, AUi WIN.OSX x86 x64 - Full Version

Theremin is an electronic instrument patented in 1920 by Leo Theremin. A typical theremin uses two oscillators - one generating a static frequency, the other a variable - and amplifies the difference between the two signals, creating sine waves at different frequencies, thus creating different heights. The Theremin uses a secondary circuit to control the amplitude. You can control the pitch / volume with your hands by adjusting the position of your hands relative to the two antennas, making it one of the few instruments in the world that you play without touching! Theremin's tone is well known and can be heard in countless horrors due to its somewhat unnatural and ghostly tone. In theory, the theremin produces the pitch as a pure sine wave, and pure sine waves sound unnatural because most sounds in nature have overtones. Theremin is considered one of the world's most difficult instruments to play. Not only is it “fretless” like a violin, but even without strings, and its tone not only naturally fades out, but rather its volume is manually reduced. In other words, to get staccato, you need to control not only the attack and hold, but also the decay. This is at odds with how almost any other tool works. In fact, the Theremin was the first synthesizer in the world to use electronics to "synthesize" a pure electronic tone. We tried to recreate the sound and feel of this instrument, focusing on things like portamento and vibrato, as without a properly modeled technique, the theremin simulator would be little more than a sine wave generator. Sampling the theremin would be somewhat counterintuitive since the bulk of the theremin sound is related to smooth portamento / slides. The instrument produces a continuous signal that can only be lowered in amplitude, but never stops, so that portamento will always be produced when changing from one tone to another, unless the previous note has been muted. Our tool aims to implement most of this behavior. Our tones are generated by purely mathematical sine waves. You can play notes from portamento and you can play more distinct staccato if you let the notes decay. Amplitude and vibrato can be controlled individually or together using a pitch / or mod wheel. Portamento can be set to normal or slow, but the portamento speed will decrease or increase depending on the interval being played (closer to the portamento notes with a higher speed). Chorus and reverb effects are included and let you create slightly different tones.

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