Best sounding Theremin question

Posted: 7/12/2012 4:32:30 PM

From: Hampshire UK

Joined: 6/14/2012

Chris wrote:


Gee thanks! *blush* :) Why don't you sen me a friends request on FB? Look for Amethyste Spardel. :) Looking forward to it :)

Your voice is terrific too. Truly terrific.

Err, having see a co-worker send me photos of an ex g/f of mine with her new BF (when she was in full FB 'security mode'; and no, I didn't ask him to do it either) made me appreciate how poor their security was so I don't go near it! chris dot clark7 at btinternet dot com usually finds me!!!!

Posted: 7/12/2012 5:49:13 PM

From: Northern NJ, USA

Joined: 2/17/2012

"... so I don't go near it!"  -ChrisC

After reading a 100 page (I exaggerate a bit) article on how to lock down your FB account, I went ahead and just deleted mine.  They force you wait a week or two before it's actually gone.  I don't trust the management over there.

Posted: 12/10/2017 7:35:13 PM

From: Russia

Joined: 9/8/2016

Interesting topic, sorry did not see her before.


The sound of a transistor THM is poor because there are few overtones, harmonics, "warm" distortions. And the main tone is too dominant.


In guitar circuitry, emulators for the sound of a lamp have long been used.


(most likely useful for the theremin theme).


I want to share examples (even reference points :-)) of beautiful sounding among vocalists.


There is a school of vocals, where emphasis is on strength and a sharp high voice (it's screamers),

 but there is where the voice is rich and soft. And the tonic, the dominant does not bulge, 

but is in the "embraces" of harmonics and overtones.


Vocalists, whose voice is "set", sings a rich formants sound. 

And high notes are not a sharp cry, but the same velvet, beautiful timbre.


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