Make Noise Introduces Two New Modular Synths Based on 0-Coast
Over the past few years, Make Noise has become one of the defining leaders of the modular synth movement. Their unique semi-modular synth, the 0-Coast, remains one of our hottest selling synthesizers and has now spawned two modular counterparts, the Contour and Dynamix.
Make Noise Contour
Following a classic piece of East Coast synthesis used by Make Noise in the making of the 0-Coast, this new module is a four stage function generator. The Contour is designed to drive the Dynamix, modDemix, VCAs, VCFs and more. The analog 4-Stage ADSR envelope generator also is operable as 3 or 2-stage function.
Make Noise Dynamix
Functioning similar in style to the Optomix LPG, an essential part of West Coast synthesis, the Dynamix is a two-channel, very fast low-pass gate. The level parameter provides voltage control over the amplitude and frequency content of the signal, operating as a VCF/A. For large sounding mixes, the summing section can be used to chain the multiple mix inputs.