Tag Archives: Modular

2hp have a lunchbox modular synth in a literal lunchbox

One thing Eurorack modular doesn’t normally make you say is, “awwwww… cute!” But here’s a modular synth rig that looks as likely to contain a peanut butter and jelly sandwich as a synth. Meet the 2hp Lunchbox, which is literally an oldschool lunchbox with handle. It’s 42hp – which isn’t itself a new idea, as … Continue reading 2hp have a lunchbox modular synth in a literal lunchbox

Producer Third Son talks modular, great claps and how Spotify “saved the music industry”

In what feels like the blink of an eye, Joseph Thomas Price’s Third Son alias has gone from a DJ project based around a university club night, to a successful electronic artist performing live and DJ’ing at some of the best clubs and venues across the world. With music supported by many of the house … Continue reading Producer Third Son talks modular, great claps and how Spotify “saved the music industry”

Sample and Hold: Modular Synth, Field Recording and Gated Reverb

Welcome to Sample and Hold, the series on the LANDR Blog where we highlight one unique crate-digging session and the digger’s gold we came back with using Selector—the world’s first AI sample recommendation tool. Starter Loop: Modular Synth Today on Sample and Hold I’ll start with modular synth. After a bit of digging I uncovered … Continue reading Sample and Hold: Modular Synth, Field Recording and Gated Reverb

Behringer unveil Eurorack Go case; what does it mean for the rest of modular?

Behringer’s anticipated moves into Eurorack are arriving – with a Eurorack case to get you started. There’s no price, but the product does look a lot like an existing competitor. Behringer had already teased that they were planning low-cost entry into Eurorack modules, largely cloned from Roland’s decade-old vintage analog line. Behringer promised prices around … Continue reading Behringer unveil Eurorack Go case; what does it mean for the rest of modular?

New Gear Review: volca Modular Micro Synthesizer by Korg

Korg’s volca Series has continued to surprise. The introduction of the original three (mostly) analog devices back in 2013, designed by now-departed Korg engineer Tatsuya Takahashi, was monumental. It heralded a sea change in the amount of attention manufacturers had been paying to micro-sized gear aimed at tabletop performers—with diminutive Read more… The post New Gear … Continue reading New Gear Review: volca Modular Micro Synthesizer by Korg