As long as it bleeps or bloops it's welcome here, software and hardware welcome.
My modular has its first module.
All I need now is the power harness and phase two will be complete.
For the curious:
Phase one: assemble case
Phase two: power supply (power supply, interface, cable harness)
Phase three: basic sounds (oscilator, amplifier)
Phase four: basic patching (multiples unit, envelope, filter)
Phase five: patching (second oscilator, second envelope, mixer)
That's just to get it to the point where it will be a usable instrument, I'm reserving space for a third oscilator, a noise unit, and a ring mod as a sort of phase six.
An older Bassstation (not the II, old ones go for $250), a Microbrute (I seen them as low as $200), or a Minibrute (first synth, a bit more versitile, got mine for $350 barely used)
By some wood, take some measurements, cut some wood, finish it (stain, lots of high grit sandpaper and urethane), then assemble from the inside (I used 8 1.5" L brackets), mine also has little feet and a handle.
Idk what format you're using but I built mine to hold 16 MU (Moog, .com, etc) format modules.
So I bought a Microkorg like a month ago, and I know they arent super well liked here, but whatever. Its pretty awesome, but I dont really get any sounds I enjoy or hear a lot in songs. Im trying to get synth sounds like Toro Y Moi, ot the synth in chamber of reflection by goofball. Also love the synths flylo uses. Any advice to let me achieve those sounds? thanks
>and I know they arent super well liked here
I don't think I've seen anyone hating on them. If anything, they're really popular for digital.
Give us time references in tracks (YouTube links or something) and we might be able to point you in the right direction.