Make Noise Morphagene - Microsound Recorder
The Morphagene is a next generation tape and microsound music module that uses Reels, Splices and Genes to create new sounds from those that already exist. Search between the notes to find the unfound sounds.
A few of the Morphagene's most basic uses: Splice recorded audio and jumble it using ORGANIZE. Manipulate playback speed and direction with Vari-Speed. Granularize with Gene-Size and Slide. Layer or Stagger Genes using MORPH. Undertake iterative music processes by recording manipulations and overdubs into new Splices, like having two machines (one for Playback and modulations, one for Record). Process sound in real time using Time Lag Accumulation. Utilize envelope following CV OUT and EOSG Trigger to engage Morphagene in conversation with the rest of your modular system. Stretch and squash sound with Clock input.
Voltage control over all sound manipulation parameters
STEREO I/O with Auto Input Leveling
Recording Reel can be up to 87 seconds long
Record/ create up to 99 Splices per Reel
SD Card stores multiple Reels
Sound On Sound allows for layering sounds
Playback and Recording independent, like having two machines
Vari-Speed range 12 semitones up and 26 down, over 3 octaves
24-bit codec, creates 48k 32bit WAV files
Back up Reels on computer with SD Card
- includes blank SD Card
- Width: 20hp
- Max Depth: 30mm
165mA @ +12V
20mA @ -12V
The tELHARMONIC is a Multi-Voice, Multi-Algorithm synthesizer module named for the music hall considered by some to be the location of the first electronic music concerts. It was coded by Tom Erbe with the goal of presenting three historically important pioneering electronic tone generation techniques less often implemented within the modular synthesizer. The tELHARMONIC's roots go back further than the advent of electronic music, as it also takes a new approach to handling music theory in the modular context. TONIC, INTERVAL, DEGREE and D-GATE, allow for patch-programming of complex chord progressions, scales, melodies and playing styles. This Voltage Controlled Music Theory guides the Algorithms in a unified way, whereas CENTROID, FLUX and H-LOCK sculpt the timbre of each Algorithm uniquely, allowing for complex sounds to be created around a unified melodic structure and pattern. 3 Voice Additive Harmonic synthesis inspired by Thaddeus Cahill's Telharmonium, 1897 http://120years.net/the-telharmonium-thaddeus-cahill-usa-1897/ Noise synthesis inspired by early computer music piece "Analog 1: Noise Study" by James Tenney, 1961 3 Voice Phase Modulation synthesis inspired by early commercial digital synthesis, 1980's CENTROID, FLUX and H-LOCK animate each Algorithm uniquely All Algorithms available simultaneously at their respective outputs 6 octaves of continuous 1V/ Octave pitch control 4 octaves of quantized pitch control Voltage Controlled Music Theory DEGREE Modulation able to be synchronized by clock or gate via D-Gate input Gate Out completes the conversation between tELHARMONIC and rest of system! Utilizes High performance DSP hardware with 24bit, 48kHz codec, 32 bit floating point processing Reasonable power consumption Pairs well with Optomix http://makenoisemusic.com/telharmonic.html
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