MATRIXSYNTH: Glasgow Make Some Noise! Introduces The Pure Modular Concept Desktop Eurorack System

Saturday, July 02, 2016

Glasgow Make Some Noise! Introduces The Pure Modular Concept Desktop Eurorack System

This in via GMSN!: "I'm writing from Glasgow Make Some Noise! a small company based in Glasgow UK. We have just released the pure modular - a sleek modular system with a focus on understanding sound synthesis. We've stripped back the bells and whistles so this is a great product for those looking to understand modular systems. The Pure Modular is available as a boxed unit or as separate modules. We hand make everything from the panels to the box in our Glasgow studio. (except the pcbs!)"

"The idea behind the GMSN! Pure Modular is to provide beginners with the fundamental building blocks of modular synthesis. There are loads of modules on the market today with a whole host of functionality packed into a very small space, which are really cool, however it makes it difficult to understand what is actually happening underneath. It’s easy to purchase a modular rig and end up twiddling knobs, but without a solid foundation it’s impossible to progress to deeper patch strategies. Each module in the range performs a simple function, either sound source, filter, volume shaper, etc. This makes it very easy to learn the principles of subtractive synthesis and also provides extremely powerful tools to explore non-traditional forms of music and sound design."

GMSN Pure Modular Product Demo 20160623 from GMSN! on Vimeo.

"If you're looking to get into Eurorack or want a deeper understanding of modular synthesis, the GMSN! Pure Modular has been hand built in our workshop in Royston, Glasgow just for you! Check out for more info."

Pure GMSN! Range from GMSN! on Vimeo.

"A very quick demo for the Pure GMSN! Range of Synth DIY Modules including the Pure VCO, Pure Sine VCF, Pure VCA and the Pure LFO."

Pure Modular vs Tempest Click Track from GMSN! on Vimeo.

"How to sync the Pure Modular with a drum machine or any other device without the need for MIDI or USB."

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