The Tasty Chips GR‑1 makes granular synthesis more approachable than ever.
The SWN is a fairly big 26HP six‑voice module capable of creating slowly morphing drones, polyphonic melodies, evolving sequences and a vast range of rich textures.
Qu‑Bit’s Surface collects together several percussive‑style physical modelling algorithms in one 10HP module.
The Syntrx is not a clone, but its inspiration is clear. Can it recapture the spirit of the legendary EMS Synthi?
True to form, Teenage Engineering’s approach to modular synthesis is about as idiosyncratic as it gets.
Given its excellent price tag, this Eurorack mixer has more features than it has any right to, and it doesn’t skimp on the sound quality.
This stereo analogue filter allows different filter modes for the left and right channels, and then messes with the dimensions of space by applying mid‑side processing afterwards.
This ensemble oscillator comprises 16 sine wave VCOs in one module, each voice of which will play different (related) programmed notes/harmonics in arrays that you can select, tweak and voltage control.
The name IO-Instruments was new to me when a box of intriguing-looking modules arrived on my doorstep. They are a ...
There is no denying that 'utility' modules get a bad rap and are seen by many as uncool. But I see them more as...
The NiftyBundle offers an extremely affordable gateway into the world of modular synthesis.
Xaoc's Odessa aims to bring additive synthesis to the Eurorack world.
The Fusion Series is all about valves. It's Erica's premium offering of Eurorack modules and is dripping with extreme saturation and deep gooey darkness.
The Tetrapad and its expander, the Tête, offer a wealth of functions based around four touch- and pressure-sensitive...
Kyra's FPGA-based synth engine is technologically innovative, but what's it like as an instrument?
The original Chord module, reviewed in SOS February 2017 by Jyoti Mishra, offered an excellent way to get polyphony and, more...
This Voltage Controlled MIDI Controller takes all your Eurorack–based manipulations and maps them to the parameters of any MIDI device.
The Preset offers a tantalising promise: presets in your modular, allowing you to save and recall up to nine control voltages in up to 1024 'presets'.
Moog love to push boundaries, and the Subharmonicon may be their most unusual synth yet.
Trident offers three analogue oscillators, but what's distinctive about it is the internal cross-modulation that can be set up between them.
There's more to Korg's dinky kit synth than meets the eye. Much more...
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