Make Noise, the analog synth makers out of North Carolina, have always had a certain hankering for wild and wooly voltage-generated mayhem. And their new oscillator has all the modulatin’, wavefoldin’, complex toppings. But now, as with their latest filter module, those sounds fill your stereo field, too. It’s almost like we’ve got two ears instead of one.Read more
Afrorack continues to make richly textured polyrhythmic music and share secrets for cheaply producing powerful modular instruments with open tools. Here are some tantalizing updates from Uganda.
The challenge: fit everything you really want from a bass synth into a 4″ x 4″ square. Make every parameter hands-on, with full-sized knobs and switches. Give it an analog filter that can be angry, not just nice. Our solution: MeeBlip anode. It’s the new collaboration between CDM and instrument designer James Grahame. Together with […]
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