Make Noise

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Single Voice Patchable Multi-Disciplinary Synth
Patchable, Clockable Controller & Step Sequencer
Pink Fully-Molded Patch Cables
208hp 7U Steel CV Bus Case
Full Featured Modular Sound Creation/Manipulation Instrument
10HP Blanking Panel
1HP Blanking Panel
4HP Blanking Panel
6HP Blanking Panel
Steel System Stand
Turns Pressure Points into a Sequencer
Chain Cable for Make Noise Pressure Points
Function Generator
Versatile Dual Prismatic Oscillator & LFO w/ Waveshaping
Beautifully Smooth Time Mod/Pitch-Shifting Delay
Empty Skiff, Ready for Power & Modules
Reverb Madness
Envelope Gereator/Complex Function Programmer
Low Strike Duo
Analog Computer Designed for Musical Purposes
Multi-zone Color Audio Repeater
Dual VCA/Ring Modulation
Microsound Audio Sample Music Module

Make Noise was founded in 2008 by Tony Rolando, a self-taught electronic musical instrument designer who got started by obsessively reading amateur radio books at the public library, building electronics for artists, such as the light controlled mixer for Simon Lee's "Bus Obscura," working for Moog Music, and playing in bands for many years. After 3 years of isolation on a mountain top he founded Make Noise.

What started as a re-visioning of jettisoned music technology has grown into a crew of folks working together in Asheville, NC, to design and build some pretty strange, but thoughtful modular synthesizers. They see their instruments as a collaboration with musicians who create once in a lifetime performances that push boundaries and play the notes between the notes to discover the unfound sounds. They want their instruments to be an experience, one that will require us to change our trajectories and thereby impact the way we understand and imagine sound.

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