New to modulars and especially the eurorack format ? No worries, internet is full of informations and Music Radar recently published an excellent guide to help you know more about this fantastic sound creation approach.
You will learn about Buchla, Cwejman, Intellijel, Doepfer,…
With over 1000 eurorack modules available on the market, better to have a great guide like this “A to Z”…
Let’s embark on a journey through the pioneering frontier of synth hardware. A land of strange, esoteric panels, and peculiarly-named devices that couldn’t possibly be justifiable releases for big, multinational hardware manufacturers with large overheads and more mouths to feed.
A World with over 1000 modules, where our ultra-Franken-synth can do or be more or less anything we can imagine. It’s a world where you can email the company with questions about its new module, and get a reply not from a form, but as a personal message from the person who actually designed and built it.
Like anything, Eurorack isn’t intimidating once you know some of the fundamentals – there’s just a lot of choice, and certain risks to be aware of. What you need is to know how it works, its history, to meet some of the best-known players and artists, and to find out how to learn more. You just need a guide, and some discipline.
So keep clicking that ‘Next’ button, and all will be revealed. Best leave your purses and wallets at the door for safe keeping.