Modular fun

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Modular fun

Post by Scout » Tue Sep 19, 2023 5:11 pm

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Fully involved synth

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It’s amazing but I don’t have a clue
My son and I have the same weird taste
in music, this setup puts out some interesting
random sounds, melodic and unexpected

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Re: Modular fun

Post by Shadoweclipse13 » Thu Sep 21, 2023 11:26 pm

Yes! Eurorack/modular synths are amazing! I've got a few modules as I want to delve into that world more, but haven't quite dove fully in yet.

What modules do you have? Any favorites?
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Re: Modular fun

Post by Scout » Fri Sep 22, 2023 8:46 am

They are amazing but way above my head, that rig is my son’s which started out with a Pittsburgh Modular and after a deep dive into the rabbit hole it’s grown a bit. My contribution is the custom cases, as far as individual modules I’m no help at all.

I try to keep up on guitar, sometimes I find a space and can add to it, some I sit back and just listen.

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Re: Modular fun

Post by Shadoweclipse13 » Fri Sep 22, 2023 2:07 pm

Scout wrote:
Fri Sep 22, 2023 8:46 am
They are amazing but way above my head, that rig is my son’s which started out with a Pittsburgh Modular and after a deep dive into the rabbit hole it’s grown a bit. My contribution is the custom cases, as far as individual modules I’m no help at all.

I try to keep up on guitar, sometimes I find a space and can add to it, some I sit back and just listen.
:w00t: That's amazing! If you're interested, there are a couple Eurorack module makers who make a module for using your guitar as an input/controller. I'm dying to try that to see how weird it can get.

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Once Upon A Synth - Running a guitar through a eurorack modular synth
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Re: Modular fun

Post by Scout » Fri Sep 22, 2023 7:08 pm

Very cool! I know there are alot of LFO's, mixers , sequencer and other utility modules.

I'm still figuring out the weirdness of stacking multiple time pedals with octave and a bit of fuzz
thrown in for flavor without going through the modular, but I do like playing along with it.

He's a bit of a mad scientist with that thing, it definitely has a learning curve involved.

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Re: Modular fun

Post by redchapterjubilee » Tue Sep 26, 2023 2:35 am

I’ve been really afraid of going down that rabbit hole, but I’m missing having a second envelope and LFO with my moog grandmother and want to start a small setup to add those. And that’s where it will all start to go downhill for me… :)

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