I’m still not a grandmaster on the theremin.
Okay, let’s face it: the chances of me becoming one are probably as large as anything coming from Mars, but I’ll keep trying.
Kip Rosser told me that it’s a good practice to try following random tones and play those on the theremin. I tried several ways but with only two arms and one theremin, that’s tricky. So I got creative:
It doesn’t get more random than using a tone generator app and a happy finger. Try the video, it’s not long and might even be educational.
Using this nifty tool I had a powerful ally to go for random tones and pitches. Here’s how it looks. And sounds.
If you dare, hit play and suffer this ‘performance’ of little over a minute. There’s no music, just beeping and my attempts to catch the tone generator beep on the theremin. It’s a lot harder than you might think.
Does that sound like progress to you?
No worries, I’ll beep the bad words out of any reply.