Make Noise is about to release a new sound design product (synthesizer, effect … who knows), developed in collaboration with Alessandro Cortini (NIN).
For a few days, there have been indications that Make Noise will also benefit from the virtual NAMM 2021 coverage and will present something new. Currently, only small snippets and a short sound demo are available. This comes from none other than Alessandro Cortini (Nine Inch Nails).
Make Noise + Alessandro Cortini
Not much can be seen at the first teasers except tones, filter, and activation. I think that it won’t be a Eurorack module because the interface seems bigger at first glance. In a tweet, Alessandro wrote: ”
What I meant was that there might be something else we have been working on, to use the 0-CTRL with aside from the 0-Coast.
This goes in the direction of a new desktop device that fits beside the O-Coast and O-CTRL. We may see the big version of the 0-coast Synthesizer with more sophisticated features (more oscillators, waveshapers…). A west-coast inspired effect box, less with classic effects (delays, reverb) but one that goes deeper would also be possible. Like a semi-modular sound, design box built around waveshapers, filters, tape saturation, distortions, … etc. Alessandro Cortini likes to use sounds that are very saturating, and dense in his songs. Would be a nice idea for an fx box.
More information will follow here: Make Noise