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B Theremin

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B's at it again! Create music with his sick theremin!

A quick theremin whipped up in 1 and a half hours. Enter the lower and upper frequencies and the bottom, and drag B to make sound! Also, press R to record, and R to stop recording - save the result as a WAV file!

Warning: May be loud. Lower your volume and increase it gradually in use.

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Not sure this could really even be called a virtual theremin.

The main problem is the tone is not continuous. Look at actual theremins, or listen to them rather. The tone is perfectly continuous, not hopping around at discrete steps like this does.

When I drag from point A to point B I shouldn't get various discrete tones hopping to the next tone at certain points but instead it should be the full spectrum from point A to point B and perfectly continuous. The pops are awful but I don't think disqualifies it from being a theremin, but the lack of continuity does.

That and it probably would not be that hard to put a picture of a theremin and make more of a virtual theremin.

C.oul.d. you u.se thi..s in .mu.si.c?

Gimmick responds:

You can, but good luck because all the pops would make it sound really bad. I'm not sure whether WAV export works (press R to start recording and R again to stop) so if it does, you can use that audio sample. Otherwise, just use an audio recording program for it, like Audacity.

I don't know man...
It is... okay?
I guess.

Gimmick responds:

Thanks...I guess?

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Uploaded
Aug 15, 2017
9:01 AM EDT
Genre
Gadgets - Musical
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