Make Noise - René (2018)

The René music synthesizer module is a a powerful three-dimensional prism of composition. It is the world's only 3D Cartesian Music Sequencer

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The René music synthesizer module is a a powerful three-dimensional prism of composition. It is the world's only 3D Cartesian Music Sequencer. Named for the French philosopher & mathematician René Descartes, it uses the Cartesian coordinate system to unlock the analog step sequencer from the shackles of linearity. The original René was a one-channel, two-dimensional Cartesian sequencer with limited memory, this new René is a three-channel, three-dimensional Cartesian sequencer with memory for up to 64 complete STATEs. Considering the multiple channels and FUN programming options per multiple axis, René has become an n-dimensional matrix or tesseract of synthesizer sequencing.

  • -3 CV outputs for controlling pitch or timbre
  • -3 Gate outputs for generating musical events 
  • -Snake and Cartesian patterns available simultaneously
  • -STORE all Programming in one of 64 STATEs.
  • -New Z-Axis allows for modulating through any combination of 64 STOREd STATEs
  • -All programming done real-time, programming of René is a key performance element
  • -Visualization of pattern activity always displayed on left half with 16 illuminated Knobs
  • -Visual indication of Programming always displayed on right half with 16 illuminated touch buttons
  • -Communicates w/ TEMPI via Select Bus to Select, Store, Revert, Multi-Paste and MESH STATEs 
  • -Maximum amount of artist controlled musical variation, derived from minimum amount of analog data input
  • -All new touch sensing technology tested successfully on the most commonly used euro rack power solutions

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Width (HP)34
Depth (mm)24
Skiff friendlyYes
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