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Rene 2 is a performance sequencer based on the Cartesian coordinate system. Thanks to its three-dimensional layout, complex, non-linear patterns including variations can be generated using a minimum of data. – The predecessor offered X and Y planes only. Another novelty: Rene 2 is a multi-track sequencer. Three channels, each with CV and gate outputs, are available. In addition, there are 64 memory slots for patterns.
Rene 2 features three channels. Each of them comes equipped with a CV and a gate output. Instead of a linear step-by-step concept, this module offers X, Y and Z planes for programming sequences. More detailed, the X and Y axis form a coordinate system for placing notes. Thanks to separate clock, mod and CV inputs, you can freely move around on this “map”. Rene 2 holds up to 64 patterns, here called States. Using the Z axis, it is possible to switch between sequences in real time. Thus, you can flexibly combine 64 melodies and / or rhythms.
The features of Rene 2 at a glance:
- Three channels with CV and gate output
- Cartesian and snake patterns are available simultaneously
- 64 States can be saved
- Z axis for modulating through any combination of the 64 stored States
- 16 potentiometers with multi-color LEDs for setting CV values
- 16 backlit touch sensors for programming gate signals
- Five additional touch sensors for editing purposes
- A Tempi module can be connected via Select Bus
|Power consumption +12V:||235|
Already interested in electronics at the early age of 12, Tony Rolando learned everything about circuits and musical instrument design by himself. He worked for Moog Music for a while and some sabbatical years, he founded Make Noise in 2008 in Asheville, North Carolina. By now, his reinterpretation of the Serge DUSG, Maths, is probably the most ubiquitous module in the eurorack universe ever. Make Noise continues to surprise with new and inspiring modules, including collaborations with Tom Erbe of Soundhack.