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Andrey Smirnov Nonlinear History Bolshaya Nikitskaya 13, 125871, Moscow, Russia Phone: (495) 629-7678 asmir@theremin.ru http://asmir.theremin.ru http://theremin.ru. Rudolf Koenig’s “osciloscope”. Rudolf Koenig’s. Spectrum analyzer. Rudolf Koenig’s. “Wavetable” synthesis.

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    1. Andrey Smirnov Nonlinear History Bolshaya Nikitskaya 13, 125871, Moscow, Russia Phone: (495) 629-7678asmir@theremin.ruhttp://asmir.theremin.ru http://theremin.ru

    2. Rudolf Koenig’s “osciloscope”

    3. Rudolf Koenig’s Spectrum analyzer

    4. Rudolf Koenig’s “Wavetable” synthesis

    5. Rudolf Koenig’s Pneumatic Additive synthesizer

    6. Rudolf Koenig (?) With his pitch standard

    7. Inventor Lev Theremin (1896-1993) playing his thereminvox - first electronic musical instrument. Early 1920-s.

    8. Lev Theremin at NKVD (KGB) prison after his return to Soviet Russia. 1939-1947

    9. Building of Moscow “Sharashka” - special prison for scientists

    10. Classical heterodyning type Theremin Circuitry

    11. Lev Theremin’s Great Seal Bug, “donated” to American Ambassador by Soviet “Pioneers” in 1945

    12. Great Seal Bug construction – a sort of microwave theremin

    13. Soviet radiolocation systems, capable to produce and detect directed microwave radiation in 1940-s

    14. Commercial Laser-monitoring eavesdropping system, based on the same principle as Lev Theremin’s “Buran” system built in 1947

    15. The poster of Lev Theremin’s lecture-concert (1920-s), where he presented different technical possibilities to combine music and color, music and gesture, music and tactile senses, music and smelts.

    16. Lev Theremin’s light instrument to control colored light during the performance, 1923.

    17. Lev Theremin’s TV system (Dalnovidenie), 1925, St.Petersburg/Moscow

    18. Klara Rokmore (left) dancing on TERPSITON - instrument for dancer to control sound by means of body movement, New York, 1932

    19. Lev Theremin’s automatic door opening system

    20. Audio delay line, based on heating (1960-s)

    21. Military research at Moscow State Conservatory, 1940-s

    22. Poet Alexei Gastev (right), founder of the Central Institute of Labour, 1922 and psychologist Nikolai Bernshtein (left) with Maxim Gorki (center).

    23. Nikolay Bernshtein’s biomechanics

    24. Nikolai Bernshtein’s live Kimo-cyclograms of the swimming sportsmen. Different styles.

    25. The concept of Alive Motion

    26. Composer Aeseny Avraamov

    27. Ultruchromatic music - 96 (48) steps per octave