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THEREMIN - A Touch Friendly Synthesizer

THEREMIN - A Touch Friendly Synthesizer
✖Update: 7 February 2014 Thanks to everyone for sharing! Over 100,000 people have played on the theremin in the last 3 days which is absolutely amazing. Due to a large number of requests, we've began working on a record function as well as an offline version of the app which will be available soon. Feel free to either subscribe at the bottom of the page or follow us on Facebook & Twitter for updates and future toys. More info The web audio theremin is a touch friendly & responsive audio synthesizer built in javascript using the Web Audio API with HTML5 canvas. Feel free to get in contact with me here: luke@femurdesign.com If you are using Safari or Chrome, please update your browser to the latest version. This synthesizer uses latest Web Audio API technology which is currently supported in Chrome, Safari, Opera and iOS Safari 6+.

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