NAMM 2016: Make Noise Tempi

Tony gives us the full run down of the new Tempi module      21/01/16

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After taking what they learnt developing the Ctl-Sel modules and deciding to scrapping them the Make Noise Tempi was born!

The Make Noise Tempi is a 6 channel polyphonic time shifting module for creating, storing the re-calling complex clocking arrangements.

Through a combination of human programming and machine programming you can mix up and change what the each different output does. You can also copy, paste and mutate each different output. The mutate function is an algorithm that nudges what you already have programmed, developed to create something that is related to your original clock sequence.

The Tempi stores and recalls 64 states. Which can be cycled through with a gate or cv input.

Available from next week and will be $269.

NAMM 2016 Kit:
TascamĀ DR-70D 4 Channel recorders


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