NAMM 2016: Noise Engineering - Lots of Modules For 2016

Stephen gave us the rundown on everything for 2016      23/01/16
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Last year at the NAMM show Stephen of Noise Engineering gave us one of the slickest pitches form the modular realm, demonstrating each new piece in a succinct fashion. This year was no different.

We got the low down first of all on a module that was actually released in the fall of 2015. The Loquelic Iteritas, which is a particularly mean sounding digital oscillator.

Next we got a look at the prototype of a Basimilus mk2 adding some new features but retaining all the features and sounds of the previous version.

There were also a massive array of other protoypes on display, that had some particularly unique ways of working.

More info at Noise Engineering

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


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