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Shortly after the dates for Superbooth, Make Noise released the 0-CTRL, their latest desktop device that sits perfectly alongside a 0-COAST. Quoting the Make Noise website “The Make Noise 0-CTRL is a patchable, clockable controller and step sequencer for voltage controlled synthesizer systems. Designed to be patch pals with the 0-Coast, it is a tabletop device whose inputs and outputs follow Eurorack standards, making it also a great partner for a modular system or another patchable tabletop synth.”
The 0-CTRL is an analog patch programmable controller and sequencer where you can sequence pitch, strength and time of the steps involved in sequencing your synthesiser. There’s voltage controlled stop and direction, dynamic resetting, pressure and touch outputs, dynamic envelope generation as well as options to sync to external clock or clock other machines.
The 0-CTRL is priced at $399 and is expected to ship from retailers late May.
Tony Rolando from Make Noise spoke to Nick Batt in Sonic State’s Superbooth Home Edition content giving you a flavour of the “booth videos” we may have had, if this was shown at Superbooth (if the event went ahead, sans pandemic) and there’s also some additional videos from Mylar Melodies, Hainbach and Loopop below.