Make Noise Announces Two New Modules

US PrssPnt and Ch. Svr make their debut      30/04/24

Make Noise has announced two new Eurorack modules - PrssPnt and Ch. Svr. They say that the PrssPnt music synthesizer module is a controller in which several signals are generated by touching the printed copper wire at the bottom of the instrument and that the Ch. Svr music synthesizer module is a small utility module, offering several channels of signal-processing that will be useful in just about any modular system. Here's the details in their own words...


Touching PrssPnt, you become part of the circuit, generating a total of four simultaneous signals (two CV, two Gate).

The basic function of PrssPnt will be familiar to anyone who has used Pressure Points or 0-CTRL. It could be seen as a single "souped-up" channel of one of these devices. Since it is a single channel, the tuned voltage outputs are not relevant, and instead are replaced with more playable sensitivity controls and alternate pressure and gate outputs.

 • Momentary Gate output remains high as long as it is being pressed
 • Toggled Gate output goes high and low with each successive press of the plate: press it to make it go high, press it again to make it go low
 • Pressure output generates a positive control signal proportional to the amount of Pressure applied, further tailored by the Sensitivity Panel Control
 • Smooth Touch Function recreates the useful patch of sending a Pressure Output through a carefully tuned slew limiter for extended function generation
 • Turning up the Slew amount will allow for larger than life functions with very long decay to be generated by hand.
 • All four outputs available simultaneously

14mA @+12V
0mA @-12V
30mm depth (incl. power cable)


Ch. Svr

 As a condensation/extension of the sum/offset/attenuversion aspects of MATHS, the Ch. Svr music synthesizer module continues the great tradition of sculpting the control signals we use to sculpt our sound signals.

 • Scale, amplify, attenuate, or invert an incoming signal using Channels 1 or 2
 • Generate DC offsets when Channel 1 or 2 is unpatched
 • Crossfade between two signals, or attenuate one signal, using Channel 3
 • SUM and INVerted Sum Bus for addition, subtraction, mirroring, inversion etc.
 • Individual Channel Outputs for Channels 1 and 2 allow independent use of all three channels
 • Anywhere you need more subtle modulation, Ch. Svr is there for you... now all your eurorack slivers may have subtle and intentional modulation they deserve!

20mA @+12V
10mA @-12V
30mm depth (incl. power cable)

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