Make Noise René
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.