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Make Noise 0-Coast
Old 21st January 2016
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Make Noise 0-Coast

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Old 21st January 2016
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I didn't see one and was about to post. Looks cool.
Old 21st January 2016
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It's like boutique Makenoise
Old 21st January 2016
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Looks pretty awesome, NAMM is starting to draw me in. I am curious about the range on this one, but it's cool to see a new mono that isn't just a repeat of old formulas.
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Nice! I think they're smart to do this. It will allow people who are hesitant of modular to go this route, but you know if you start to feel a little constrained and want to expaaaannnnd.... it'll cost ya
Old 21st January 2016
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Nice! I think they're smart to do this. It will allow people who are hesitant of modular to go this route, but you know if you start to feel a little constrained and want to expaaaannnnd.... it'll cost ya
I think so too. At the very least it'll get the folks who drooled over the shared system, then looked at their bank account
Old 21st January 2016
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Just add the Roland A O1 and you are good to go...
Old 21st January 2016
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Am I crazy or does this thing not have a filter? Anyone else find that kind of weird?
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It has a kind of Low Pass Gate which acts a little like a filter, but this is more like a tiny Music Easel than say the Mother-32.
Old 21st January 2016
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Make noise doesn't really make traditional filters, they make low pass gates, which are a Buchla concept somewhere between a vca and filter.
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Am I crazy or does this thing not have a filter? Anyone else find that kind of weird?
It's "ZERO" Coast aka West coast aka Bulcha aka start with a sin wave and add harmonics rather than removing them with a VCF.
Old 21st January 2016
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This looks pretty rad. Paired with a Mother-32 it seems like you'd have a great setup to work with and expand upon if you wanted to jump full into eurorack. I'll see if I can get some video tomorrow.
Old 21st January 2016
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MakeNoise tabletop semi-modular synth? Yes please!
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I guess if it's Make Noise and/or modular, value considerations go out the window.
Old 21st January 2016
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Old 21st January 2016
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That synth looks and sounds so cool! MakeNoise making great stuff!
Old 21st January 2016
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I guess if it's Make Noise and/or modular, value considerations go out the window.
what do you mean by this..??
Old 21st January 2016
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It's "ZERO" Coast aka West coast aka Bulcha aka start with a sin wave and add harmonics rather than removing them with a VCF.
This unit has a triangle core oscillator with triangle and square waves
Old 21st January 2016
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I think this and a Mother 32 would make a cool pairing. A mix of east and west cost voices in a powerful compact semi modular set up.
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Just add the Roland A O1 and you are good to go...
Or just trigger it from the midi keyboard you already own
Old 21st January 2016
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Or just trigger it from the midi keyboard you already own
yes you could but I don't own anything portable, just an analog keys and a giant 5 octave Roland Rompler, with a A01 and this, you could put one in each pocket of a jacket and head off to work, awesome portability..
Old 21st January 2016
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i really like make noise but this demo make me feel it's a 499$-one-sound synth

well, two sounds, sorry, it has two waveforms
Old 21st January 2016
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i really like make noise but this demo make me feel it's a 499$-one-sound synth

well, two sounds, sorry, it has two waveforms
It seems to work for Moog.
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Make Noise is currently my favorite synth manufacturer but, I think there's going to be a lot of these for sale used when buyers realize it's not a Moog. If this had been available when I first started eurorack, I probably could have saved a ton of money.
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If they also release a standalone controller touch keyboard with sequencer then you could basically have a Music Easel for $1 or so.
Old 21st January 2016
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lol @ 1$ music easel (your touch controller sequencer is named "Pressure Points", add a clock and there it is.)

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It seems to work for Moog.
What, me ? I dislike moog as much as i like make noise
i want to like this thing

midi jack though "let's get rid of that standard 5 pin that everyone use, good idea"
Old 21st January 2016
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lol @ 1$ music easel (your touch controller sequencer is named "Pressure Points", add a clock and there it is.)



What, me ? I dislike moog as much as i like make noise
i want to like this thing

midi jack though "let's get rid of that standard 5 pin that everyone use, good idea"
Tonys explanation in the Sonic State video was enough for me. Bulky and clunky. I suspect quite a few people will be using CV anyways.
Old 21st January 2016
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I like it, does not jump to the front of the line. When I watched both of the videos I thought cool $399I start to gas, $499 not as much. I can wait a year for this on the used market. I find it funny how we all have it's worth this to me and now more.
Old 21st January 2016
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lol @ 1$ music easel (your touch controller sequencer is named "Pressure Points", add a clock and there it is.)



What, me ? I dislike moog as much as i like make noise
i want to like this thing

midi jack though "let's get rid of that standard 5 pin that everyone use, good idea"
yeah this is stupid admittedly, the amount of space they save compared to the mini jack surrounds is minuscule, and just the thought of any type of cable adapters in production makes me cringe...hate them with a passion..
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what do you mean by this..??
as later stated:
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i really like make noise but this demo make me feel it's a 499$-one-sound synth

well, two sounds, sorry, it has two waveforms
I think it's a fair judgment call. I feel the branding is playing a significant role, like some Moog products.
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