Modular Diary – 002

For a long time I’d shied away from looking at the modular world more closely simply because the cost of the hardware put it out of reach. Discovering the MakeNoise O-Coast on the Audulus forum a few moths ago awoke my interest – it was affordable and manged to pack enough into its compact form to get going with some generative patches. And that was what I found myself longing for – spending some time directly involved with sound without the implied direction of a keyboard or DAW. An instrument to listen to and interact with: ‘Watching’ the sound and making adjustments to steer its course.

Modular Diary – 002: For a long time I'd shied away from looking at the modular world more closely simply because… https://rudigermeyer.com/notes/2017-08-09-23-02-29

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