New Theremin (and related) "Groups"

Posted: 10/17/2009 6:45:00 PM

From: Eastleigh, Hampshire, U.K. ................................... Fred Mundell. ................................... Electronics Engineer. (Primarily Analogue) .. CV Synths 1974-1980 .. Theremin developer 2007 to present .. soon to be Developing / Trading as . ...................................

Joined: 12/7/2007

I have started several groups at ( - a site specifically dedicated to hosting electronic engineering content.

You can join any of these groups as follows:

1.) At top of page, next to "Welcome, Guest" You will see Login and Register.. Click Register.

2.) Go through simple registration procedure

3.) You will then be returned to the page you registered from.. If this is not the "Theremin Development" home page, you need to go to it.

4.) On the right, you should see a "Join this group" button.

5.) Click this button

6.) in a few moments you should then be a member of this group.

A problem occurs if one goes through the registration process and dont realise that this process merely gives one full access to the Element14 site - it does not sign you up to any groups.. you must do this for any group you wish to join by visiting the groups home page and selecting "Join this group".

If you have registered, you need to log in to Element14 before you can join a group.

The groups I have started are:
Theremin Development (
This group is specifically for Theremin Developers, and is intended for a higher level of technical gobbledygook than what is generally interesting to non-geeks ;-)

This is a "members only" group, but anyone can access and download content - only members can contribute.. Membership is automatic if you click the "Join this group" button... The only reason I have made this "members only" is that it gives administrators the power to remove members.

Theremin General Resources ( This is an "open" group - Anyone can access and contribute - but please remember this is a technical site, not somewhere to post MP3's (unless they are technically relevant) or other non-technical content.

I also have some groups which are not yet active - these are:

Etherwave Theremin Modifications ( where I (hopefully sometime this year) intend to place content related to the project started at TW a few months ago .. Or which anyone else who wants to revive this project can place content [this is an open group]

I also have "Analogue Electronics for Music" and "Electronics for Music" - nothing there yet - I just grabbed them because I could.. ;-)

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