NAMM 2016: Make Noise System Cartesian

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The Make Noise System Cartesian is a collection of modules that brings together all-coast synthesis. Enabling the user to do subtractive, additive, FM, AM, Phase Modulation and west coast synthesis and more.

Built around the Rene sequencer as the main controller input and the STO and Telharmonic as the sound sources.

The Make Noise Maths and the Wogglebug are the modulators and the sound modifiers are the LXD and the ModDemix. The Rosie module is given to bring everything together.

The System Cartesian is available now and retails at $2263

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