The Unicorn Account is an upgrade for registered ModularGrid users. You need this if you are planning a lot or huge Racks, since the limits for your planned Racks will be greatly enhanced.
|You first have to login or register to get an Unicorn Account|
|Amount of Racks||10||60|
|Max HP (Eurorack)||168||342|
Easiliy swap entire rows of modules in the planner
Create a list of modules you own to quicker use them later in the planner
|Amount of Patches||10||30|
|Free from ebay Ads|
$22.29 per year
Essentially yes. You are also helping to support the general development of MG. Even if you do not need bigger Racks your contribution is greatly appreciated and helps not only me but the whole community.
No recurring payment. You pay once and after one year your account is downgraded automatically.
Not much. Your mighty Unicorn Account just expires and you are a MG Peasant again.
They stay big. But you cannot enlarge them anymore, cannot add new modules and you cannot create new ones if this would hit the limits.
Surprise. But look around, it still is. You can plan 10 racks in the size of a huge Doepfer Monstercase for free! The Unicorn Account just increases some limits for the heavy lifters. This will also help to keep the database clean by preventing the creation of zillion Rack duplicates.
If you need those extended limits you are planning a really big Rack and you can probably afford the annual fee in the value of three Doepfer Patch cables.
Me neither. Spend all my money into Cwejman modules, worth every penny. And they pretty much keep their resale value. Every module only loses the value of let's say ten Doepfer patch cables per year.