MESSE 2016: Theresyn - One Unique Theremin Inspired Instrument!

Nori Ubukota takes us through his instrument      07/04/16

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Nori Ubukota is a thereminist and sound designer who at this years MESSE was introducing his original invention the Theresyn.

The Theresyn is a hybrid instrument that combines some of the best things about the Theremin with some excellent sounding synthesis techniques.

The difference between a regular Theremin and the Theresyn is that instead of the usual antenna for amplitude, the Theresyn has a touch sensitive plate.

The circuits of the instrument are designed by legendary analogue designer Yves Esson, who designed the Arturia Brute series synthesizers.

For more info visit Nori Ubukota on Facebook


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