Monday, December 16, 2013

Last piece of the puzzle

My Xmas gift to myself: a Xaoc Devices Moskwa sequencer, which was the last eurorack module on my list. After two years, my euro system is now complete.

As an extra bonus, I finally purchased the VAZ Modular virtual synth. The demo version of this software introduced me to modular synthesis around 12 years ago, and I've wanted the full version ever since.

Friday, February 15, 2013


Just a vanity picture of the euro system with the newest modules: 4ms Rotating Clock Divider, SnazzyFX Ardcore, and WMD Geiger Counter.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Gimme some more

Already started adding a third row of Euro, which will be mostly dedicated to sequencing the other two rows. The first module I included is the most excellent Dave Jones O'Tool - a mini dual-channel oscilloscope, with VU-meters, spectral view, tuner, and some other functions. In the future, I'll try to add one to the 5U system. Also bought some Doepfer modules for pitch quantizing, a clock divider, and something I've always wanted: a WMD Geiger Counter.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Expensive Noise Machine

I've finally released my new album: Expensive Noise Machine. I started recording this album around November 2011, shortly after I finished my previous album (Hexagon). The idea was to do something based around my (then new) Malekko/Wiard modular system. It turned out to be mostly modular noises over Korg ER-1 beats.

Unfortunately, workload in the past 6 months was pretty heavy and the development of the album stalled. It was only a few days ago that I was able to work on it again. Recorded a couple of tracks, and then decided to release it as it was, and focus on a new project.

The album can be downloaded from