Make NoiseBruxa Time + Filter Experiment


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Make Noise Bruxa

Extracted from the audio alchemical experiment that is Strega, Bruxa is a delay and filter module designed by Make Noise in collaboration with Alessandro Cortini. Building from the delay and filtering stage of Strega, otherwise known as the Time/Filter Experiment, Bruxa offers its own twists on the concept to make it an excellent player within the context of a fully modular synthesizer.

In simpler terms, Bruxa is a multitap delay with multiple filters placed throughout its feedback paths. Manually turning or modulating the Time control smoothly scales the delays across a variety of time-based effects, with delightfully crunchy audio quality at the slowest ranges. Paired with the Filter, you can dynamically darken the sounds recirculating within Bruxa, with the related Absorb control specifically tuning the spectrum of the feedback paths.

Perhaps even more valuable as a standalone module, Bruxa offers an abundance of CV inputs. Three CV inputs for the delay Time alone, including a linear FM input specifically tuned for flutter-type modulations, give you incredible control over the time and character of your delay patch. Similarly, you'll find bipolar attenuators on CV inputs for all sections: Time, Filter, and Absorb. But unique to Bruxa is the presence of CV outputs, in the spirit of similar outputs found on Erbe-Verb, Morphagene, and the manual touch plates found on Strega. Patch these out to other modules in your system or even back into Bruxa for dynamic, self-patched interactions.

Audio alchemists and modular mages alike will find a variety of sounds within Make Noise's Bruxa, and will surely be a key ingredient to your sonic potions

Bruxa Features

  • Delay + filter module inspired by Strega
  • Born from original prototype designs by Make Noise and Alessandro Cortini
  • Multitap delay blurring the lines between delay and reveb
  • Wide-ranging delay times
  • Abundant Time CV inputs with support for audio-rate modulations
  • Filter + absorb controls to shape general tonal characteristics and persistence of recirculating feedback
  • Decay control for feedback intensity
  • New CV outputs for cross-modulations or self-patching
  • Dry/Wet Blend control
  • Mono input/output
  • Eurorack module
  • Width: 18hp
  • Depth: 48mm
  • Current draw: 140mA @ +12V, 90mA @ -12V
Product Demo Videos
New Module from Make Noise: Bruxa!
The Bruxa music synthesizer module is an audio alchemical experiment. Spill your sound into time, and let it decay through the filters to hear the results.

Bruxa is a collaboration between Make Noise and Alessandro Cortini. Inspired by Cortini’s music and sonic experimentations, Bruxa embodies the seen and unseen, the sign and magic, the alchemy of sound. It is a new evolution of Tony and Alessandro’s original prototype circuits which eventually became the Strega’s Time/Filter Experiment. It is a multi-tap delay line with over a dozen unique feedback paths and multiple filters within those feedback paths aligned to allow for accumulation of noise, saturation and signal degradation.

While Strega is a complete synthesizer in a tabletop form factor, Bruxa is a Eurorack module designed to be used as one part of a Eurorack modular synthesizer. You will discover a number of differences in layout, signals, and sound. Living inside the Eurorack modular system, Bruxa encourages you to patch your own sound and modulation sources, yielding results surprisingly distinct from Strega.
Make Noise Bruxa Time + Filter Experiment Reviews