My ‘Micro Sound Programmer’
Here’s my setup for 2019. The aim was to build a rack with sufficient complexity that I can go a whole year without buying eurorack modules, spending the time to get to know this setup inside-out. The more people I tell, the more likely I am to stick to it, right?
I’m in the same position! I keep telling myself if I say “I’m finished, I need to learn the stuff I have” enough times out loud I will stick to it, whilst I’m still eyeing up other modules ha ha
If eurorack companies would just stop releasing incredible new machines every 5 minutes, it would be a lot easier!
Love this rack. I would perhaps switch the Ears for a TXo to get the option of VCOs, envelopes, extra triggers it enables. And add a Grid. But see, there is enough here for years of exploration and performance.
Is it a 4ms pod?
I agree with @rikrak … this is enough to produce complete tracks, pretty much without compromise I would have thought.
TXo is a good idea too, but Ears does afford at least a small degree of physical playability and a nice pre-amp for external sound sources, so I totally understand the decision.
Very nice indeed
Thank you for the advice! It is insightful! I do need a TXo and I am waiting @bpcmusic be back in stock.
Yes, it is a 4ms Pod60. It feels nice, lightweight but quite shallow as they were designed. I feel sad that Ansible cannot fit in. Neither does TXo, according to the spec.
Meanwhile, I am making a wooden case, 60hp*6U, to build a minimal system around ER-301, JF and TT. It’s quite interesting to build small systems for various purposes.
Yes, I am thinking the same about Ears. I want some external inputs for ER-301 and physical interactions.