Is that instrument playing the "chanting"?
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You just single-handedly caused an entire future generation of people to be flushed down the toilet.

Good job, TS.
Second synthesizer in the world after Telharmonium...
Haha 80 year old instrument and still usable..
I put a dollar in a change machine. Nothing changed.
What is that?!
First time I've ever seen it.
Yes I am from Hawaii.

It's not really a great place to live..
..but fun if you're a tourist!
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It's good to be back guys.
The theremin (originally pronounced [ˈteremin] but often anglicized as [ˈθɛɹəmɪn] [1]), or thereminvox, is one of the earliest fully electronic musical instruments. It was invented by Russian inventor Léon Theremin in 1919, and it is unique in that it was the first musical instrument designed to be played without being touched. The controlling section generally consists of two metal antennas to sense the relative position of the players hands. These sensors control audio oscillator(s) for frequency from one hand, and volume from the other. The electric signals from the theremin are amplified and sent to a loudspeaker.

To play the theremin, the player moves his hands around the two metal antennas, which control the instrument's frequency (pitch) and amplitude (volume). The theremin is widely associated with "alien," surreal, and eerie-sounding portamento, glissando, tremolo, and vibrato sounds, due to its use in film soundtracks such as Spellbound, The Lost Weekend, Ed Wood, Mars Attacks! and The Day the Earth Stood Still. Theremins are also used in art music (especially avant-garde and 20th century "new music") and in popular music genres such as rock and pop.

Similar electronic instruments, such as the Ondes-Martenot also use the principle of two heterodyning oscillators, but the Ondes-Martenot is touched while it is played.

from wiki
It's the weird sounding instrument in Good Vibrations.

I also think that Good Vibrations was the first chart song to feature a theremin.
I was expecting a Bill Bailey-link in the first post. He uses a theremin.
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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
also on my crap to buy list, mainly because of Bill Bailey, you can get them off ebay, but i'll have to look into the sound control Theremin