Make Noise René

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Make Noise have up­dated their René se­quencer, with ver­sion 2 ad­ding ‘three-di­men­sional’ con­trol.

The orig­i­nal was in­tro­duced as a sin­gle-chan­nel, two-di­men­sional se­quencer based on a Carte­sian co­or­di­nate sys­tem de­rived from the work of French math­e­ma­ti­cian and philoso­pher René Descartes. The new ver­sion uses the same method­ol­ogy but ups the ca­pa­bil­i­ties with three chan­nels, plus a vastly ex­panded mem­ory for stor­ing up to 64 pre­sets, or ‘States’.

René 2 of­fers up three CV out­puts for con­trol­ling pitch or tim­bre, three gate out­puts for gen­er­at­ing mu­si­cal events and is able to pro­duce snake and Carte­sian pat­terns si­mul­ta­ne­ously.

A new Z-Axis fea­ture en­ables mod­u­la­tion through any com­bi­na­tion of the 64 stored States. As with the orig­i­nal, all pro­gram­ming is done in real time, which is a key per­for­mance el­e­ment for René.

Avail­able now for $525.

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