NAMM 2014: New Modules From Make Noise

Eurorack manufacturer shares two new products and we get a sneak peak from Richard Devine!      21/01/14
NAMM 2014: New Modules From Make Noise


The ever friendly Tony Rolando has shared an image of two new modules coming to NAMM; Rosie and Teleplexer. And as with most of the Make Noise range of modules, they're not quite what you expect. As Richard Devine kindly showed in his video of the Teleplexer module.

Rosie seems to be an output/send and return module, with both 1/4" and 1/8" outputs. And when I first looked at the Teleplexer I imagined it was some sort of touch generator, however from it is probably better for Mr Devine to explain exactly what it is and show you what it can do....

"The Make Noise TELEPLEXER is a telegraph style multiplexer. It is used for manual distribution, adding and subtracting of signals. The user interface is inspired by telegraphy as the user taps the tips of patch cables (patched at one end to a source) to the conductive plates to determine where and how the source signal is distributed."

Notice also how Tony says "some" of the new modules they will be bringing to NAMM. Lets hope theres more, HALL E Booth 1076. See you there.

 

 


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