Learning Modularis creating deep content to help users of all levels master modular synths
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About Learning Modular
This Patreon page is the next level. Here I share module deep-dives, studio and performance techniques, bits of modular history, plus insider information on module design. Beginners through module designers will hopefully find a wealth of information in these posts, as I regularly discuss best practices (and necessary workarounds) when using modular synths. The videos and articles I create are not just simple unboxings or filter sweeps – I first learn how each module works inside, and then carefully explain the important bits to you, including sharing ideas of how to use these modules and techniques in your own music. I also share my thoughts on modular synthesis based on my many years studying, playing, and designing these beasts.
So who the heck am I? I learned synthesis in the late 70s on a modular Steiner-Parker Synthasystem. A PAiA modular was my college dorm companion; shortly after graduating, I landed an engineering job at Sequential Circuits where I created Vector Synthesis, and went on to work for Digidesign, Tom Oberheim, and Roland. During this time I wrote for Music Technology and Keyboard magazines, was Technical Chairman of the MIDI Manufacturers Association, and taught synthesis at UCLA Extension. After a few-decade detour with my wife (& fellow synthesist) creating visuals in Hollywood, I’m back into modular synthesis with both feet, happily sharing what I know with users both new and old. Thank you for helping me share.