Noise Engineering

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

Happy holidays from Noise Engineering

Buy a Manis, save a pangolin

We're thrilled with the sales of Manis Iteritas so far. As promised, we have donated a portion of the proceeds from each module sold to, a non-profit organization that works to save these critically endangered animals. Did you know pangolins are the world's most trafficked mammal (and as a result, one of the most critically endangered)?

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Modular Tips and Tricks Guest Post: Rheyne

This week we're pleased to present a guest post from user Jon Barbieri, popularly known as Rheyne, who many of you have undoubtedly seen on Instagram or YouTube. He talked to us about how he uses our Loquelic Iteritas Percido in combination with the wildly awesome Moog DFAM. Not having my hands on the DFAM myself, I was anxious to dive in and see what he was doing and how he was doing it.

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Modular Tips and Tricks Guest Post: Using Loquelic Iteritas for snaps and claps

This week, Noise Engineering is happy to present a tip from two of our favorite people:  Matt Lange, composer, sound designer, music producer, and sometimes DJ, and Anthony Baldino, composer, sound designer, and modular user extraordinaire. When they did their guest posts a while back, they mentioned that one of their favorite tricks with Loquelic Iteritas was to use it to create a clap or snappy sound. Here, they elaborate on how they do that, with some bits recorded from when they did their excellent guest posts. I’ll just note that all the tricks they mention can also be used with our new Loquelic Iteritas Percido.

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Noise Engineering is proudly located in Los Angeles, CA