NAMM 2015: Noise Engineering New Modules

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By chance in 2012 Stephen McCaul was introduced back into the modular world and was so stunned by the ressurgence in Eurorack he decided to start Noise Engineering. Now 3 years later he has his own range of modules offering analogue and digital functionality in a small footprint.

Offering lots of interesting functionality in small footprint, Stephen McCaul takes us through his new modules for 2015 at break neck speed.

 

 

 

Edd Butterworth


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