One of the most common queries we get here at Noise Eng regards how we create modules. Today on the blog, we’ll talk a bit about that process, and how things tend to happen here at NE.
Our first journey into software products came about because of a Twitter conversation of all things. Mattias Haagstrom is one of our many fans who reach out to us to discuss our products. He also happens to be the Product Director for Reason. He suggested that our products would be a good fit for the Reason Extension marketplace. At this point we weren’t even aware that Reason supported extensions -- Stephen had been an avid Reason user from their initial beta only until version six, and Kris had never really used it. It didn’t take us long to see the advantages inherent in their system as we are a tiny company without even a single full time programmer. The reduced barrier to entry provided by Propellerhead was a huge win for getting back into the box :)
In the latest NE Blog, we’ll talk more deeply about the new Mimetic Digitalis, the 16-step CV sequencer shipping May 1. Here, we’ll talk a bit more about the history of the module and the thinking behind the design as well as some of the deeper functions this beast can do. We'll be adding MD content to our YouTube channel and social media over the next few weeks, so subscribe to those for updates!
Today we talk once again to Baseck, modular user extraordinaire whose percussion chops are unmatched. We love Baseck, from his previous guest post about how he uses the LIP to his demo at Perfect Circuit showing off the Manis so well that we wondered why we were even there.