Stagecraft Software - Theremin Synth
Originally, a theremin is a single oscillator musical instrument made of two metal rods—one for pitch and the other for amplitude—controlled by the performer using hand gestures. Its unconventional way of controlling the sound makes the theremin capable of the strangest bleeps, bloops, whuuuuurls, and pprrrzzzzz.
Stagecraft’s Theremin uses the original principle of hand gesture control as a template for developing a new way of controlling a mono synth. Perfectly geared for vintage-style synth leads, this mono-voice synth has hard syncing and tone control features similar to what you see from the great synth pioneers in the early modular synths era.
Control Pitch and Volume through Single Variables
The unique idea behind this plugin is to allow you to control pitch and volume each with a single variable, as you would with a real theremin. This allows for new and interesting ways to manipulate sounds. Since Theremin is always mono with portamento, it slides between notes as you move up and down the range.
Additional Quantization Options
The Theremin plugin has the additional option to quantize the input pitches. Using this feature allows you to hear the sound slide through all the notes of the selected scale as you slide the pitch control up or down. This kind of result takes traditional theremin players years to attain.
- macOS 10.13 or newer
- Intel / M1 Apple Silicon supported (64-bit only)
- AAX, AU, VST 3
- Windows 7 or newer (64-bit only)
- AAX, VST 3
Note: Windows 32-bit hosts are no longer supported.