Designed to complement the 0-Coast synthesizer, the 0-CTRL is a tabletop device whose inputs and outputs follow Eurorack standards, so it can also be used with a modular system or other cv/gate synthesizers.… Read More Make Noise 0-CTRL Offers Touch-Controlled Desktop Sequencing
You can control and play the O-Coast via your iPad using the layout, but it’s primarily designed to make it easy to access functionality that’s in the “programming pages”. … Read More MIDI Designer Pro Layout For The Make Noise 0-Coast Synthesizer
Make Noise has introduced two new Eurorack modules, derived from circuits of the 0-Coast synthesizer: Contour and Dynamix.… Read More Make Noise Intros Two New Euro Modules, Contour & Dynamix, Based On 0-Coast
The videos demonstrate a variety of patch types, including a traditional 2-voice synth voice, a ‘West Coast’ style drone patch, making arcade-style sounds and more. … Read More Make Noise 0-Coast Sound Design
Here’s a video review of the Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer. … Read More Make Noise 0-Coast Synth Review
Here’s a hands-on demo of the Make Noise 0-Coast semi-modular synthesizer.… Read More Make Noise 0-Coast Semi-Modular Synthesizer Hands-On Demo
This video is nothing but demos of 10 patches on the new Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer.… Read More Shut Up & Play – 10 Patches On The Make Noise 0-Coast Synthesizer
Electronic musician and visual artist Peter Speer has created an annotated video that demonstrates how to control the Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer with external software (Max/MSP, OSCulator, Ableton Live), a Nintendo Wii remote and a KMI QuNexus keyboard. Speer asks viewers to note: “all effects (Reverb, Bit Crush, Beat Repeat) are in Ableton, not the… Read More Make Noise O-Coast + QuNexus + Wii Remote MIDI Controller
Sunday Synth Jam: Reader Jon Barbieri, aka Rheyne, shared this video, capturing a synth patch using a Make Noise 0-Coast and 3x Moog Mother-32 synths.
This set of videos, via Perfect Circuit Audio, offers another look at the new Make Noise 0-Coast synthesizer.