Posts with tag eurorack

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Review: Qu-Bit Electronix Synapse

Synapse is a crossfading switch with a signal path that can be rearranged on the fly, capable of turning static waveforms into evolving soundscapes. Scott Riesterer took it for a spin.

Percussa Adds Mac & Windows Patch Editor To mSSP Eurorack Synth Kickstarter

Get advanced control over patch creation and backup of this upcoming Eutorack synth module from your Mac or PC. Check out the Kickstarter now.

Review: Arturia Keylab MK II

The latest generation of Arturia's multi-talented MIDI controllers integrates with pretty much any MIDI software or hardware you can think of. Hollin Jones got plugged in.

Review: Qu-Bit Electronix Scanned Eurorack Module

The Qu-Bit Electronix Scanned Eurorack Module is one of the few places you can find scanned synthesis - but what is it, exactly? Scott Riesterer found out...

Review: 2HP Pluck Eurorack Module

This tiny Eurorack module just does one thing - but as Scott Riesterer found out, it does it very well indeed. But just what is the 2HP Pluck?

Video Interview: Kim Bjørn, Co-Author of Patch & Tweak

One man, his vision for a book, and patching together the best minds and hearts invovled in modular synthesis. We interview the incredible Kim Bjørn about Patch & Tweak.

Free MasterClass - Learn Analog Sound Design With Pittsburgh Modular's Microvolt 3900

Learn great sound design techniques from a modular synth expert in this free, live MasterClass. Enrol now to get the knowledge and even ask questions in realtime - and the chance to win free gear!

Using External Instruments With Modular Synthesizers

The open design of most Eurorack systems means it's easy to introduce external instruments into the signal path. And there are very good reasons for doing so, as Scott Riesterer explains.

Waldorf Promo: Buy KB37 Eurorack Keyboard And Get NW1 Rack Module FREE

For US resident only this special, limited-time offer from Waldorf gives you a free NW1 rack module when you purchase a Waldorf KB37 keyboard for eurorack synth systems. More info below.

Review: Bastl SoftPop and Gecho Loopsynth

Loopop checks out these cool hardware synth units from Bastl and Gecho in his latest video. It turns out they are very different - but which one did he prefer?

Koma Field Kit & Field Kit FX vs Custom Field Recording Modular Rig

After reviewing the Koma Field Kit, Scott Riesterer was keen to see how it fared against his own, custom-built rig. Here's what he discovered.

Review: Xaoc Devices Drezno & Lipsk

This binary conversion computer and additional bit inversion module can bring unexpected new inspiration to your Eurorack system. Here's the lowdown on Xaoc Devices Drezno & Lipsk.

Review: Roland System 500 Modules 531 and 555

For adding extensive modulation and mixing capabilities to any modular setup, Roland's System 500 - 531 and 555 Modules are hard to beat. Matt Vanacoro explains why.

Review: Roland System 500 - 510 and 505 Eurorack Synth Modules

Derived from the legendary Roland SH-5, these new Eurorack modules pack all of its punch into a much smaller package, and won't break the bank. Matt Vanacoro finds much to like about the 510 and 505

Eurorack Synthesis: Oscillators And Noise Explained

Get to the heart of what makes synthesis work with this exploration of oscillators and noise - what are they, how do they work and how can you use them to make better synth patches?