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A blogzine about modular synthesizers, music experiments and life without presets


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Matthias Puech, Explicit Intentions

The name Matthias Puech probably needs little introduction to most of you. He first became known through his alternate, “parasite” firmware projects for Mutable Instruments modules. Later he worked with XAOC on the software for their popular modulation source Batumi, and designed the excellent Tapographic Delay for 4ms. What [...]

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The Modular Sound

You’ve all probably seen it by now, Behringer has jumped into the synth market and is about to release a polyphonic analogue keyboard synth. This would be a totally unrelated story, if not for one sentence by Richard Devine, who, in the first teaser video, describes this new synth with the words: “It sounds very […]

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Scanning Through The Waves

Cover photo by Ian Wallman If you’ve never heard about Scanner then you’ve probably been spending the last 20 years on the un-illuminated side of a far away planet listening to … well … basically nothing. Calling him prolific and multi-talented is almost an understatement. Since the beginning of his career he’s released [...]

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Coding the Modular

<a href="http://www.horizontalpitch.com/2015/07/coding-the-modular/" title="coding the modular"><img src="http://www.horizontalpitch.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/coding-small.jpg" alt="coding the modular" /></a> Usually when you ask a modular user about why they decided to embrace this instrument, you’ll hear something about being [...]

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