Make Noise Strega

Make Noise Strega
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Engadget Review

The Make Noise Strega stands out in a world full of samey-sounding desktop analog synths. It’s an experimental music-making machine with a character all its own. And its amazing sounding lo-fi delay can be used to process external audio, like a guitar or vocals. It excels at gorgeous drones and nightmarish soundscapes, but it can also handle pads, bass and drums under certain circumstances. The $599 price will make it a tough sell for those on the fence, but once you’ve tried the Strega its appeal will be hard to deny.

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Make Noise Strega review: A wonderfully weird, one-of-a-kind synth
It's an amazing drone machine, a lo-fi delay and even a pretty solid overdrive.
Terrence O'Brien
Terrence O'BrienJune 11, 2021

Pros

  • Completely unique sound and character
  • Lo-fi delay sounds amazing on almost everything
  • Unique interface encourages experimentation

Cons

  • High price
  • Intentionally obscure controls could be a turnoff to some
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