Time to move this along. Let's go people...
Like most engineers and musicians, we believe playing with standalone synthesisers is fun. But, for anyone who knows modular synthesis, here is a world of endless possibilities in creating soundscapes, sounds and music. For those who don't know about it, yet love the creativity of musical production, you really should.
From the get-go however, the stigma attached to getting into modular synthesis is that it is expensive and overwhelming at first. So, from watching our kids playing with a modular Eurorack, we decided to bring more modular to the beginners who would like to learn and to the passionates and professionals who seek to adding extra modules to their collection.
So the whole idea came to create basic modules that will be very affordable for beginners but also will help them understand what subtractive synthesis is about and how they can learn and understand modular.
For those who are not familiar, Eurorack is a standard in modular systems that defines sizes, mounting holes, voltage supply and somehow loosely but still defines control and audio signals that travel through the whole system.
So our aim here is to build some modules and provide them at very affordable prices to allow wider audiences try the beauty of modular synthesis.
At the time of writing, we are making a single modular that can be used within Eurorack, or as an instrument by itself.
From here, we will have dozens of ideas on how to build out the modular collection. Eventually, you might have a Eurorack filled with 1V/OCT products. Who knows?