Tape And Microsound Music Machine In Action

Synth for capturing external sounds and sculpting them into new ones      01/11/19

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Make Noise has posted this video of their Tape and Microsound Music Machine music synthesizer in action. They describe this small stereo Eurorack system as devoted to capturing external sounds and sculpting them into new ones. The Morphagene operates as a recorder that also allows the artist to mulch, layer and rearrange the sound and manipulate the speed and direction of playback. The Mimeophon repeats sounds and subjects them to further manipulation, and when combined with the Quad Peak Animation System (QPAS), incredible stereo sculpting of the spectrum. The Wogglebug and MATHS work to animate these effects, and the XOH provides a final stereo mix and line level or headphone outputs for monitoring and/or performance

Includes:

  • Voltage Controlled DSP (Digital Signal Processing)
  • Voltage Controlled Stereo Repeats and Halos: Mimeophon
  • Voltage Controlled Stereo Granularization: Morphagene
  • Complex Random Voltage Generator: Wogglebug
  • Dual analog control signal generator: MATHS
  • Signal Distribution and fan out: MULT
  • Voltage controlled multi-mode multi-peak stereo filtering: QPAS
  • Stereo mixing and final outputs: XOH
  • 3U Skiff w/ power supply
  • Patch cables
  • Blanking panels as appropriate (selection may vary)

 

Pricing and Availability:
Retail value: $2281
Special price: $2120

More information:

 

 



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