NAMM 2017: Make Noise Morphagene - First Look US
New stereo sampler from Make Noise and SoundHack
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The Make Noise Morphagene is a stereo sampler from the mind of Tom Erbe of Soundhack. You can maybe think of it as an updated stereo version of the original Phonogene sampler.
The module features an sd card input which allows you to hold several 'reels' of audio to be manipulated. As well as this you can also record direct into the module from inside or outside the modular.
We'll let Tony and Walker show take you through the module and show off some of the features.
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