Moog Etherwave Standard Theremin - Ash

Theremin in Furniture-grade Cabinet with 3/8" Nickel-plated Brass Tube Antennas
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A Premium-quality Theremin from Moog

The theremin is one of the oldest electronic instruments, and the only one known that you play without touching. Moving your hands in the space around its antennas controls pitch and volume. Like the Ethervox, the Moog Etherwave is an authentic adaptation of inventor Leon Theremin's original design.

Moog Music Etherwave Theremin at a Glance:
  • Design retains many qualities of the original instrument
  • Includes two video tutorials on DVD

Design retains many qualities of the original instrument
The Moog Etherwave is a quality theremin with a design that retains many characteristics of the original theremins, including a five-octave pitch range and reliable spacing between notes for sophisticated playability. Antennas are nickel-plated 3/8" brass tube and cabinets are furniture-grade hardwood, finished in classic Moog stain. The Etherwave is fitted with an adapter for mounting on a standard microphone stand and is designed for use with a musical instrument amplifier such as the Moog TB-15.

Includes two video tutorials on DVD
All Moog Etherwaves ship with two video tutorials on one DVD: Clara Rockmore: the Greatest Theremin Virtuosa, and Mastering the Theremin, featuring Lydia Kavina.

Moog Music Etherwave Theremin Features:
  • 5-octave range
  • Reliable spacing between notes
  • Nickel-plated brass antennas
  • Furniture-grade cabinet
  • Mounts on standard mic stand

Tech Specs

Outputs 1 x 1/4" (audio out)
Controls Pitch, Waveform, Brightness
Manufacturer Part Number EW-STD-019

Customer Reviews

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Moog Etherwave Theremin

Packaged to perfection. Received everything as expected.
Music background: Collecter of various instruments. I play for myself.

moog etherwave theremin

Nice! Great workmanship and cabinetry. I am new at this, but the instructional video is very good. Learned to play scales quickly, but haven't tried anything else yet.
Music background: Hobbyist, Organist

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Carson McClain

This thing makes amazing sounds. You may need to tack on an analog or digital delay to make it more pleasing to your ear. I'm still a huge fan and love these little boxes. They will add flair to your stage show and a unique alien quality to your tracks.

Josh Sites

When I brought home the Moog Etherwave Theremin, I could hardly contain my excitement. Not only had I heard the Theremin on countless records, but also in countless old cheesy sci-fi films. So to get my hands on (or rather, near) a theremin was a monumental moment for me. I would suggest that any electronic musician or enthusiast give the Etherwave a try. I chose to go with the Etherwave Theremin because it's an authentic reproduction of Leo Theremin's original concept, but with a few added appointments. The Etherwave not only allows you to have some fairly powerful control over the timbre of the instrument between the shape of the waveform, but also the brightness control. Other than that enhancement, it is essentially a true-to-form Theremin; as opposed to others that have a limited range (both the originals and the Etherwave offer five octaves), or use light sensors instead of antennae. Having attempted to assemble a Theremin kit before, I was nervous about setting up the Etherwave even though the circuits were already assembled. My worries were instantly put to rest as I opened the box. Inside is a rather handsome wooden box, a power supply, 2 antennae, a simple instruction booklet and even a DVD. Set up took less than 5 minutes: screw in the two antennae and plug it in! After that, you need to take a moment to tune the Theremin much like you would tune a guitar, but this is also very simple - just twist one knob until you've got the desired pitch. So in very short order, I was recreating all of those famous haunting, ethereal sounds from days gone by. And after about a half an hour, I was able to play along with The Beach Boys' "Good Vibrations." It's amazing how playing the Theremin is deeply connected to performing. For example, I can sit and play a guitar and not perform in the least. That is utterly impossible with the theremin, with big swooping movements and your entire upper body being involved with playing. It's really something to see. One accessory worth picking up with your Etherwave is a delay pedal of some sort (I used the Boss DD3). The delay really fleshes out the sound and adds to that surreal, infinite feeling!
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See also: Moog, Moog Theremins