This video introduces the single voice Noise Algorithm, N-OUT, on the Make Noise tELHARMONIC.
TouellSkouarn has introduced the Hirlostek – self-powered white noise source for the Moog Minitaur. The Hirlostek cable contains an electronic circuit, powered by the 5v available at the ring of some Moog modules, including the Moogerfooger, Little Phatty & Minitaur.
Quick Demonstration of ADM07: Mad Hatter was uploaded by: Audio Damage, Inc.
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The Hirlostek Bright Noise Cable is a 1/4″ patch cable with a built-in noise generator. Features: Suitable for all synths and pedals that have 5v available on the ring of the jack (ie expression pedal). Can be use for audio and modulation. Can bring noise at the audio input of any synth that lack noise… Read More Hirlostek Bright Noise Cable Adds Noise To Your Synth
MFOS Noise Toaster Presentation was uploaded by: theraywilsonshow
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Noise and FX Buildups Tutorial – Basics! was uploaded by: ohdratdigital
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Reader Stefan sent word about an unsual sound app for iOS, Noisemusick: I’ve come across a nifty little iOS app called Noisemusick by Fluxama which is a rendition of circuit board kits done in 2007 by Jessica Rylan. And since I couldn’t find any videos that demos the app I’ve done one myself. Here’s that… Read More Noisemusick Brings Chaotic Noisemaking To iOS
Refined Stochastic Technology has released a new synth for iOS, S.709. S.709 is described as an intuitive synthesizer using four multitouch points on the screen and the accelerometer to give a large amount of control over a sine wave output. Controls: Orange – Volume and Pitch (radius control pitch range) Pink – Ramp speed and… Read More S.709 Synth For iPhone & iPad