There’s maybe no other manufacturer who has received as much bashing as Behringer has. Ranging from “they took our jobs” over “crappy and for kids” to “even if it’s good, it makes my heart cry”. That last comment was targeted at Behringer’s DeepMind analogue polysynth, which takes not just a little bit of inspiration from […]Read more "Review: Behringer Neutron"
A few patches of the Behringer Neutron. Patched to istelf, to a DFAM, or together with a Doepfer A-140.Read more "A few Behringer Neutron Patches"
A musical instrument is all about playing.
Putting the modular at the center of a setup made for live performance.Read more "A “Spielsachen” Performance Setup"
A few days off and a few new pieces of modular gear paid off: there’s a few videos. Which aren’t that interesting to be honest.Read more "“Spielsachen” – Playing the Semi-Modular Playground"
I’m finally building a modular system. Let’s see what we can learn from my first report.Read more "Thoughts on a New Modular"
All things considered, the “Praeludium Nr. VIII” from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier is one of Bach’s most interesting things.
For that reason, here’s three different synth versions – which mostly vary with regard to engineering things.Read more "Bach Goes Different Synths and Signal Chains (not another analogue vs. digital debate)"
In Korg’s quest to become the one-stop-shop for all synth needs, the “Logue” series encompasses the analogue(-hybrid) keyboard synths. The Minilogue is a true four-voice analogue polysynth. Is this really a proper polysynth at a great price, or just another toy synth with four voices?Read more "Review: Korg Minilogue"