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Augment a Moog Etherwave Theremin [Project]
posted October 3 2013 13:13.08 by spic0m




I'm going to go through my process of hacking a Moog Etherwave Theremin. I created a new acrylic top, partially sanded to be translucent in certain areas, and created my own circuit around an ATMega168 Arduino Bootloaded microcontroller which is stealing a control voltage from the theremin's board and is driving 2 RGB LEDs which react to your playing.

Joe Saavedra



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