Some time ago, I rambled about potential setups which, why they did contain some modular content, had that as a minor component. Now, it’s time to look at results and experiences.Read more "Tech Thoughts: Hybrid Modular Setups"
September of 2017 saw me get my first two Eurorack modules. Since then, my system has grown – and I learned a few things along the way. Let’s go over the most important ones.Read more "Synth Thoughts: Lessons from the Eurorack Universe"
Being able to assemble everything to your liking is one of the key advantages of modular synths. If your newly assembled wavetable synth gets a ladder filter, a lowpass gate, a six-pole opto-FET design or something else is entirely up to you. With that comes the necessity to do just that. To assemble a simple […]Read more "Review: MFB Nanozwerg Pro"
This is a tricky one. Do I like it, or rather not? I’m not so sure. To find out why that is, you’ll have to read on.Read more "Review: Makenoise René Mk.2"
Superbooth 2019 is over, and with it came lots of new modules, from prototypes and POC devices to those available immediately. I always take a look at what Doepfer, the mother of all Eurorack, has to offer. So let’s have a look at the new additions that were shown there, most of which are available […]Read more "Synth Thoughts: Dieter’s Diet (Doepfer 2019 Modules Overview)"
The Spielsachen setup has grown and become more complex. Strangely, the last few setups I did with it became more simple, if anything.Read more "Spielsachen: Is More Less?"
Clickbait version: the most affordable patching solution will surprise you!
In a clickbait-free version: for multiples, the Hosa Hopscotch is the cheapest version. Sometimes by a margin. If you want details – then you’ve fallen for the bait.