Noise Engineering’s modules have made the leap from Eurorack to Reason rack.
I think we’ve all come to a point where we appreciate the complementary benefits of hardware and software instruments. Working with hardware can put you into a different creative flow, with a more immersive and exploratory character. Software has the benefits of portability, scalability, recall and ease of capture and arrangement. As hardware and software have become less mutually competitive, a number of instruments are migrating between platforms. We’ve seen Doepfer and Intellijel modules in Softube’s Modular, Mutable Instruments in VCV Rack (which can now bridge into your DAW via VST); and Europa has busted out of the Reason Rack and become an independent VST plug-in.
Our focus this month is on three new Rack Extensions that are...
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