Make Noise release new all-in-one modular system

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  • The modules in the Black & Gold Shared System Plus were selected by company founder Tony Rolando.
  • Make Noise release new all-in-one modular system image
  • Make Noise has announced a new modular system, the Black & Gold Shared System Plus. The new system combines a set of Make Noise modules selected by Tony Rolando, who founded the company in 2008. They're housed in a steel powered case, which is also small enough to take as hand luggage on planes. The system is arranged around the CV Bus, a signal-routing patch bay originally designed for Alessandro Cortini. Apart from distributing colour-coded gate and CV controls throughout the system, the Bus has a 1/4-inch output that sends a line level signal to a soundsystem or soundcard. The main sound source in the system is a DPO complex oscillator while the new Morphagene module provides voltage-controlled, granular sampling. Make Noise classics like MATHS and Wogglebug supply numerous flavours of modulation in addition to modDemix and Optomix, a West Coast-style dual low-pass gate. The Echophon and Erbe-Verb give space to the system, generating delay, pitch-shifting and reverb. Sequencing, meanwhile, is handled by Pressure Points, René and Tempi. Read our review of the System Concrète. The Make Noise Black & Gold Shared System Plus is available now for $4,495.00.