Make Noise & Alessandro Cortini Intro Bruxa Echoverb Signal Processor

Make Noise today announced Bruxa, a special release that will be available by pre-order only.

The Bruxa is a collaboration between Make Noise and Alessandro Cortini. They say that the module is inspired by Cortini’s music and sonic experimentation, and is a new evolution of Make Noise founder Tony Rolando and Cortini’s original prototype circuits, which eventually became the Strega’s Time/Filter Experiment.

The Bruxa is a multi-tap delay line, with over a dozen unique feedback paths and multiple filters within those feedback paths, aligned to allow for accumulation of noise, saturation and signal degradation.

While Strega is a complete synthesizer in a tabletop form factor, Bruxa is a Eurorack module, designed to be used as one part of a Eurorack modular synthesizer.


  • Echoverb signal processor which shares origins with Strega
  • Well tuned to work nicely in a Eurorack modular system
  • All analog dry signal path blended with digital/ analog hybrid signal processor
  • Analog CV inputs with wide range capable of audio rate modulation
  • Time control with massive, smoothly variable range
  • Linear FM input with attenuator allows for fluttering of Time
  • Absorb and Filter controls dramatically shape the echo tone and reflections
  • New unique CV outputs for use in self-patching or mutual patching with other modules
  • Pairs well with STO, MATHS, Prss Pnt, modDemix and more!

Pricing and Availability:

Bruxa is available to pre-order for $399 USD, and is expected to ship in October 2024.

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