Modulargrid.net dynamically changes it’s ‘sketch a patch’ data apparently. The Make Noise Shared System has been updated since the performance and the diagram is gone/useless. Enjoy this photo of the evening instead.
I sold a couple of modules and used the money to get this beauty. It arrived two days ago. I’ve been very busy at work so I’ve only had limited time to play with it; maybe an hour total. It sounds amazing and is a joy to work with. Thank you Tony and Tom on a job well done. I should have recorded what I was doing last night but I’ve left the patch so hopefully it’ll sound the same tonight.
Just wanted to document John Noble’s fine work here. He modified my Doepfer a-199 Spring Reverb module to have 2 sets of external tank connectors and a switch to change tanks on the fly. The replacement tanks that I found aren’t as loud as the one that came with the module but they still sound good and I like being able to choose different flavors of spring reverb. Thanks John! Continue reading “Custom Reverb Tank Switch”
My eurorack modular synthesizer is in a beautiful cherry cabinet designed by Matthew Goike. It was custom made for me and I’m very proud of it. Matthew’s standard design uses uncut vector rails that are 104hp long. I’ve heard of people being able to squeeze 105 hp into them. There was an issue with the wood of my case so matthew had to cut the rails. I had always assumed that it was exactly 104hp and planned my my module acquisition very carefully. I recently discovered while trying to fill a row completely that my rails are more like 103.9hp. So my careful plan has gone out the window. I’ve been in a kind of tail spin since. Continue reading “Modular Strategy”