This DIY Modular Synthesizer Pays Tribute To 70s Synths
In this video from Swedish craftsman Love Hultén, we get a demonstration of the Voxarray 61, a DIY modular synthesizer that pays tribute to iconic synthesizers from the 70’s.
From information that Hultén provides on his website:
This clamshell construction rests on a weighty 4-legged stand handmade from steel. A ball handle applied to fold/open the lid doubles as pitch and modulation when detached and inserted next to the semi-weighted MIDI keyboard. The top lid stores an array of analog and digital audio modules, and like most module synthesizers, they all connect using a variety of patch cords, creating a matrix patching system.
- Meeblip Anode – Monophonic synthesizer
- PianoBox Mini – Midi module
- TC Helicon VoiceTone C1 – Hardtune and correction
- TC Electronic M350 – Effects & reverb processor
- TC Electronic Ditto Looper – Looper
- Boss OS-2 – OverDrive/Distortion
- Behringer UM2 – Audio interface
- Behringer MS16 – Monitors
- Sennheiser E835 – Dynamic microphone
If you thought the Voxarray 61 modular synthesizer was cool, we highly recommend you check out Hulten’s other work on his website.