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Timbre FARM Part 1 - Youtube
"Exo" - Bana Haffar (A Film by Sean Curtis Patrick) - Youtube
Shared System Arpeggios - Youtube
0-Coast Re-Calibration: 0-Coast Oscillator and SLOPE Circuit - Youtube
0-Coast Re-Calibration: 0-Coast Oscillator and External VCO - Youtube
0-Coast Re-Calibration: 0-Coast Oscillator Only - Youtube
Ratcheting Sequences with Black & Gold Shared System Plus - Youtube
modularbeats: System Cartesian Drum Machine - Youtube
Building the Krell Patch on Black & Gold Shared System Plus - Youtube
The Krell Patch is a popular self-playing music originally developed by Todd Barton on the Buchla 200e system. This video recreates it on the Black & Gold Shared System Plus, adding a couple embellishments and encouraging you to go expand it on your own.
Tony Rolando Museum of Art and Design Interview - Youtube
An interview with Tony Rolando about Make Noise's commissioned piece "Synthesizer for Two Coasts" for the exhibit "Sonic Arcade: Shaping Space with Sound." The exhibit was co-curated by Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe and is showing at the Museum of Art and Design in New York through February 25, 2018.
Contour pt. 2: Mirrored Output for Crossfading and Panning of Audio and CV - Youtube
The Contour's Mirrored Output can be used, with a dual VCA such as Dynamix, for panning and crossfading. These processes are not limited to audio: CV panning and crossfading can yield interesting results with relatively simple patches.
Make Noise Black & Gold Shared System Plus - Youtube
The Shared System re-made in Black & Gold w/ the Erbe-Verb, Morphagene, TEMPI, and CV Bus added in a steel case with the Make Noise logo. The personal favorite system of Make Noise founder Tony Rolando, this collection of modules is utilized by all artists for the Make Noise Records Shared System Series. It was also utilized by both Alessandro Cortini and Richard Devine for their performances at the 2012 Make Noise Opening party. The Shared System is the deepest and most complex of our systems b
0-Coast and Korg SQ-1, Part 3: Dual Sequencing with MS-20 Mini - Youtube
This short series of videos will explore using the 0-Coast with the versatile SQ-1 sequencer from Korg. The SQ-1 MIDI output connects directly to the 0-Coast’s MIDI input using a simple TRS cable, with no adapters or DIN cable needed.