Lesson 43
The Xtremes
Working at the Threshold, Part 2

Be sure to view Part 1 before trying this lesson; it can make a big difference in your
progress with most of the lessons that follow. Without making the interior adjustment
described in Part 1, you may find a) that your volume hand is so close to the volume
loop that you hit it repeatedly, hindering your ability to use the techniques, and b) that
your theremin’s response is not sharply defined.

In Part 2, we lay the groundwork for Xtreme articulation by creating sounds right at the
threshold. Once you get the hang of this, you’re ready for working on truly extreme methods
of articulation.

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