In the video above, James Ciglar takes the new Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer through its paces, pairing it up with the Elektron OctaTrack.
The Make Noise 0-Coast is a new all-in-one monophonic synth that combines elements of so-called ‘East Coast’ and ‘West Coast’ synthesis approaches.
The 0-Coast is a standalone synth module that you can just hook a MIDI keyboard or sequencer up to and play. You can override the default routings using patch cables, though, letting you make custom routings or use the 0-Coast as part of a modular setup.
- 2 Channels of MIDI to CV and MIDI to Gate
- Dual mode MIDI Controlled Arppegiator
- Sync to MIDI Clock
- Compatible w/ Eurorack Modular Synthesizer Signals
- Patchable w/ 13 Sources and 14 Destinations
- Triangle Core Analog VCO
- Uncommon Timbral Animation using OVERTONE & MULTIPLY
- Unique Transistor Based Low Pass Gate DYNAMICS
- Voltage Control of all circuits
- External Audio Input for combining w/ outside sounds
- Headphone and Line Level Amplifier
- Small Rugged Steel Enclosure
Make Noise hasn’t updated its site with info on the 0-Coast yet, but the new synth is starting to show up at retailers, including Vintage King and others.