Make Noise 0-Coast Synth Review

In this video, Erik Magrini (tarekith) reviews the Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer. 

The 0-COAST is a single voice patchable synthesizer. It’s name reflects the fact that it utilizes techniques from both the Moog and Buchla paradigms (aka “East Coast,” and “West Coast,” due to their locations), but is loyal to neither and thus implements “no coast synthesis.”

Pricing and Availability

The Make Noise 0-Coast is available now, priced at US $499.

7 thoughts on “Make Noise 0-Coast Synth Review

    1. You really feel the need for this in euro format? As much great stuff MN makes, I really dont see the need for this selfcontained system in euroformat. It kind of defies the modular idea. Also, I find it exiting to think how to combine small selfcontained systems like this an for example the Kraftzwerg.

      1. I kind of wish it was in Eurorack format and had a few extra HP to throw some more modules in. I want a 0-Coast, but I also have a full 3U and don’t want to start a new case… 😉

    2. that’s a sad reason not to get one. The beauty of the 0-coast is that it is self contained and extremely portable. If you guys want something to put in your rack, all the MN modules are lovely. The 0-coast shares dna with a number of them, so demanding that it’s rackable misses the point entirely, imho.

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