Moog’s Etherwave Theremin returns
20.04.2022

Moog’s Etherwave Theremin returns

Words by Harry Hartney

An adaptation of Bob Moog’s original Etherwave’s circuitry and aesthetic in the late '90s

Moog Music’s Etherwave Theremin has returned, with a new updated model of the instrument added to the fixture of its highest-selling brand.

What you need to know:

  • Moog Music’s Etherwave Theremin has returned.
  • This new model is a more portable, precise, and playable.
  • It is available now.

Read all the latest product news here.

An adaptation of Bob Moog’s original Etherwave’s circuitry and aesthetic in the late ’90s, this new model is more portable, precise, and playable. With updated antenna connections that allow for a quick set-up and a quick release mic stand adapter, this release is perfect for the travelling beginner all the way to the theremin enthusiast.

In terms of its improvements to Moog’s original 1996 Etherwave design, this theremin model has a stronger bass response and increased stability in lower registers. There is also now a mute control to plug the instrument into standby mode, or to use “pitch preview” with headphones before performing out loud.

Also featured is CV output integration to Etherwave Plus, meaning that one can connect with modular, semi-modular, and Eurorack synthesisers.

To go along with their Etherwave Theremin, Moog Music have built the custom-fit, tear resistant Etherwave SR Series Case, with considerable padding and storage space that makes this item convenient for the touring thereminist.

With a refined design for the modern player, this installation into Moog Music’s Etherwave legacy is available for purchase now at authorised dealers