my journey into modular synthesis has taken me through another interesting waypoint. there's something about the tactile wires-out rawness of this interface that i can connect to. i manipulate intuitively, i move functionally, i think expressively.

though the eurorack system i own is extremely limited in its capabilities, the more i am forced into corners, the more i enjoy the results. minimal square waves that drone unforgivingly; sine waves that beep along like a morse code machine stuck on a single letter; it's a gas.

this ep, "inventions for 3u 104hp eurorack" was not planned, just like the synth patches that make up its tracks. i found it fitting to place it in series after the previous eurorack album, mainly because of the ambience and approach that was used within the creative process.

purchase / listen to "inventions for 3u 104hp eurorack II" here.

the album cover of "inventions for 3u 104hp eurorack"

the album cover of "inventions for 3u 104hp eurorack"