The new analogue sequencer features Eurorack-friendly design and trademark Make Noise pressure points. Plus: a note on Juno shipping as normal.
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North Carolina’s Make Noise have announced an all-new standalone step sequencer, featuring a neat mix of sequencing and performance options.
In addition to CV and gate outputs, the sequencer can send Strength and Time outputs per step, allowing you to modulate your synths as part of a sequence.Conductive touch pads also allow you to perform in real time, manipulating and overriding your sequences to add human expression.
The focus on CV signals rather than MIDI reflects the brand’s Eurorack modular roots, and the 0-CTRL looks ideally suited to partner modular and semi-modular gear, including the brand’s own 0-Coast patchable synth.
The 0-CTRL is expected to arrive later this month priced at around £350. Scroll down for a video of it in action. You can read our Modern Classics review of the Make Noise 0-Coast here.