Building a Theremin
The theremin was invented nearly 100 years ago. This instrument captivated audiences worldwide when it was first demonstrated by its inventor, Lev Sergeivich Termen. Despite mainstream interest in the theremin had faded by 1938, the instrument remained popular amongst electronics enthusiasts and hobbyists alike. Fortunately, building a simple theremin is not an expensive enterprise; anyone with moderate electronics skills can build one for themselves.
2 Supporting Resources
- Building a Theremin - Main article
2.2 Project Files
2.3 Parts List
2.4 Sample Audio Files
2.5 Video Clips
- Demonstration of the Theremin - YouTube video
3 Legal and Copyright
This document, including schematic images, PCB layout and miscellaneous files is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license. Reproducing, building, or replicating the information presented here is permissible for any purpose you see fit. This notice may not applicable for every aspect of the circuit design, due to prior art. See citations in the Reference section of the main article, Building a Theremin.
This electronic project was published in the hope that it will be useful, but without any warranty; without even the implied warranty of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. The author will not be held liable for any direct, or indirect damages, data loss, financial loss, injury, death, total world annihilation as a result of using this information.