WNAMM10: What's That Infernal Noise?

...It's The Infernal Noise Machine      19/01/10

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Any piece of kit that retails for $666 'because it's evil', will probably get featured here. It also helps if it's called The Infernal Noise Machine with a sole purpose of generating a great deal of NOISE. (woops. sorry to shout, but hey, this thing's LOUD!).


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matt Searles    Said...

that looks SOOOO cool

19-Jan-10 12:03 PM


emdezet    Said...

Wow, what a load of useless blah instead of a demo. This kind of interview is really a waste of bandwidth for all involved.

19-Jan-10 04:00 PM


stamos    Said...

would have been nice to hear it in action, not personal views of it. any chance you guys did a video of the buchla 230e? kinda underwhelmed by the videos this year.

19-Jan-10 06:31 PM


miditerranean    Said...

As an owner of an Infernal Noise Machine, I can say that it's not easy to explain the functionality of the instrument, you really need to spend some hands on time and use those CV jacks on the back. It's a well built machine and the two joysticks add a fun interaction as well. I have a couple sound demos you can listen to here: soundcloud.com/miditerranean

19-Jan-10 09:40 PM


Marc    Said...

Thanks for the sound demos miditerranean. I like the Wobblebug/INM track.

19-Jan-10 10:02 PM


Tobor    Said...

@ stamos gonna show you 2 230e in june :)

23-Mar-10 05:01 AM


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