On the furthest bottom right corner of Flume's modular is Make Noise's unique Phonogene module.
At the 14 second mark of this Telly video, a Phonogene module can be seen on the left side, about two modules over from BT's hand.
In this photo, you can see the Make Noise Phonogene module in the picture posted by Nigel Godrich on Twitter.
he used the Make Noise Phonogene in his 2017 live tour
Picture from their Facebook of them playing with their modular gear. The Phonogene is in the upper left corner of the modular rack.
Richard Devine can be seen adjusting a setting on the Make Noise Phonogene from 01:16 to 01:38 in this video.
[This image](https://www.instagram.com/p/1-z2uWQRsC/?taken-by=underworld) posted to Underworld's Instagram profile shows a Phogene module in the lower-right corner of the picture.
"The Phonogene from Make Noise is one of my favorites. That’s where it’s going for me, and I’m so excited about it. I’ll be recording and releasing music I make with it."
Here is the Phonogene
The Make Noise Phonogene can be seen in John Tejada's rack next to the Tiptop Audio Trigger Riot.
Visible up close at 0:50.
This is a must watch video if you want to get a deeper understanding of how the Make Noise Phonogene works.
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