Roll Call - 2012

Posted: 11/25/2012 8:12:18 PM

From: Small town Missouri on Rt 66

Joined: 2/27/2011

Welcome, Caitlin, and greetings from south west Missouri, very near the Oklahoma border.

Posted: 12/13/2012 11:09:21 PM

From: Annaberg-Buchholz, Germany

Joined: 10/29/2012

Guten Tag from Germany,

I'm Detlev Everling and I'm new here.

I was always interested in synthesizers and electronic music, so
the theremin came into my life... I bought my etherwave plus
1 1/2 years ago and Thierry added the fantasic ESPE01-module.

I'm happy to have lessons with Carolina Eyck one or two times
a month and hope, when I grew up, I'm able to play a little
melody IN TUNE!!!

Alles Gute,

Posted: 12/13/2012 11:51:28 PM

From: In between the Pitch and Volume hand ~ New England

Joined: 12/17/2010

Welcome Detlev! Enjoy your theremin journey!

There is no such thing as growing up... life goes to quick after that ;)

Posted: 12/14/2012 7:36:40 AM

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

"There is no such thing as growing up... " - Amey

100% with you on that! ;-)

Posted: 12/14/2012 11:57:51 PM

From: Nashville, TN, USA

Joined: 12/22/2011

Well, I haven't necessarily grown up, but I've DEFINITELY gotten larger...


Posted: 1/1/2013 5:33:03 PM

From: Republic of Ireland (Eire)

Joined: 1/1/2013


I am Mike, from West Cork, Republic of Ireland.

Have always loved the unique and spine tingling sounds of Theremin, musical saw, glass harp etc but never thought I would ever be able to find one (even though I am of a certain age, I am very computer illiterate - never knew that there was a WORLD of Theremin players out there, or that one can be purchased!)

I play piano, Roland "virtual" accordion (new concept in electronic, stand alone instrument that does not need any midi connections, but can emulate 24 different "acoustic" accordions as well as reproduce almost the exact sound of 22 different orchestral instruments, from trumpet through to bagpipes as well as "scat" voice, and Yamaha PSR s900 keyboard.

I now have (Christmas 2012 present) a Burns B3 De Luxe Theremin - what a journey I have ahead of me!

Best wishes to all of you,





I now have (Christmas 2012 prersent

Posted: 1/1/2013 10:26:53 PM
Jeff S

From: N.E. Ohio

Joined: 2/14/2005

Happy New Year and welcome Mike!  You know what they say, "Better late than never."  The problem is, once you're in, you're in for good!  ;-)

Nice choice of instruments.  I've never had the opportunity to play one, but they seem like a good option.  The B3 Deluxe does have a nice sound.

I guess it's time for Jason to close this thread and start a new one.  (Hint, hint)

Posted: 1/1/2013 11:18:27 PM

From: In between the Pitch and Volume hand ~ New England

Joined: 12/17/2010

Welcome Mike!!!

Are you the one who wrote me such nice comment on YT? I appreciate it :) I really believe that a theremin journey takes a lot of time and patience. Some days are awesome and some others are painly dreadful. What I love about the theremin is that it makes me learn something about myself. It is so worth it...

Glad that you can join us!! :)

Posted: 1/2/2013 12:11:48 AM

From: Republic of Ireland (Eire)

Joined: 1/1/2013

Thank you to Jeff S and Amethyste ( yes, 'twas me!)


Thanks for saying "hi"  :-))

Posted: 2/12/2013 11:57:48 AM

Joined: 2/11/2013

Hi all

it seems that i should have paid more attention as I have posted my intro one level up from here. (Noobee today)



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