Noise Engineering

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Noise Engineering is a Eurorack and 5U modular synthesizer manufacturer based in Los Angeles, California. 

Save the Date...Huge news from Noise Engineering!

The Wait is Over!  IT'S HERE! IT'S HERE!

On August 11, get down to your favorite modular retailer and pick up your very own Loquelic Iteritas Percido!

Loquelic Iteritas Percido. A 20HP beast. LIP takes the core synthesis from our popular Loquelic Iteritas, and adds an envelope that can be shaped, modulated, and sent to all the parameters and pitches to make LIP a stand-alone voice. Multiple modes (free-running, triggered, and looping) increase the flexibility even more. The sonic possibilities are endless. We can’t wait to see what you’ll do with it!

Check out LIP in action:

In addition to LIP, Noise Engineering is pleased to announce the release of SIX more modules:

Horologic Solum is a 4HP multimode master clock/divider. The optional expander Horologic Uter (4HP) gives you an extra 7 clock outs. Are you like me, constantly having to mult your clock out? HS/HU solve this problem for me in a tiny footprint! And because HU is powered by HS, no need to find space on your power supply!

Remember when you were stunned at just how hawt the Mullet was? Be prepared to be blown away. Extra Mullet has all the business of the original Mullet, in 6HP now gives so much more party.  An additional 7 DC-coupled outputs that additively combine inputs. Combine gates, CVs, or a combination of the two.


Variatic Sequent is a minimal trigger sequencer. In 6HP, dial in exactly where you want up to 4 triggers. Turn on the downbeat if you feel funky. It wouldn’t be Noise Engineering if we didn’t give you CV control, so a 4HP expander, Variatic Multium, allows you to CV each beat, and to output each trigger individually.

With this release, Noise E ventures into mixers. Looking at a small, lunchbox system? We got you. Xerest Pola is a three-channel mixer in 6HP with stereo headphone and audio out.

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To get a hold of any of these fine modules, or any of our other toys, please contact your friendly modular retailer and let them know you’re interested so they can preorder!

See you on August 11!

Questions about these modules or any of our other modules? Please contact us!

Noise Engineering is proudly located in Los Angeles, CA