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  www.makenoisemusic.com   Joined May 08, 2018
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We design and build Analog Modular Musical Synthesizers.

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Sequencing the Morphagene for a glitchy percussion sandwich with gated reverb and granular tails. http://www.makenoisemusic.com.
 
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"Recursion Mechanism" was a sonic sculpture created by Richard Devine and installed at the Black Mountain College Museum and Arts Center during the Make ...
 
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Juxtaposing very simple sequences of varying length and speed creates many possible variations. But unlike with ensemble-based process music, the modular ...
 
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Fun with the René's CV inputs for Sample & Hold-based melodic flourishes. Built up one cable at a time. http://www.makenoisemusic.com ...
 
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This video describes how to sync and start/stop TEMPI with Ableton Live. This video assumes you have the latest TEMPI firmware, which can be found here: ...
 
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The Select Bus is a new standard for inter-module communication that utilizes the Doepfer CV bus on the Eurorack power rails to let digital modules with State ...
 
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This video is an introduction to programming multiple States at once via MESH. This video assumes you have watched the introduction to the Z Axis video ...
 
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This video is an introduction to non-destructive sequence editing across States via the Latch pages. This video assumes you have watched the Z Axis and Mesh ...
 
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This video introduces the third dimension of René programming: the Z Axis. Please note: This video is deep. If you're not already pretty familiar with the Program ...
 
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The most recent TEMPI firmware lets us use the State Select knob and its CV input for a new parameter: Voltage controlled Tempo! By default, Channel 1 will be ...
 
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