I am building this modular, 4-voice polyphonic, + monophonic, + a subsequent moog embedded in the structure, many modules are already in place but you can always change your mind ...
I state that I use the synthesizer to play and not just to make noises ..
I accept advice and comments of any kind

ModularGrid Rack

ModularGrid Rack


I like the idea of the separate "control pod"...I'm assuming this goes next to/near a keyboard controller for any sort of "expression" activity that might come to mind...?

BTW, with that joystick there, you might want to have a peek at Ladik's Joystick Math. 4 hp, does arithmetical voltage operations based on the X-Y movements. Very useful for doing things like opposed modulations, etc.


I just bought a new 4U Intellijel case to make a control case for the rest of my set-up: sequencers, attenuverters, and the SSSR Wobbla (4 units) looks pretty tasty.

It's difficult to critique the system because it seems like everything is covered and it's a question of personal taste. As far as control units and since you play (rather than make weird noises), have you considered something like a Waldorf case/keyboard unit?


I like the idea of the separate "control pod"...I'm assuming this goes next to/near a keyboard controller for any sort of "expression" activity that might come to mind...?

BTW, with that joystick there, you might want to have a peek at Ladik's Joystick Math. 4 hp, does arithmetical voltage operations based on the X-Y movements. Very useful for doing things like opposed modulations, etc.
-- Lugia
Thank you . The control unit is located to the left of the subsequent 37CV moog. 42hp, the rest are 3 lines of 172 hp in the figure missing the various switches for jampers of different modules, made by me and incredibly useful, the joystick I already have, very basic but I use it little


I just bought a new 4U Intellijel case to make a control case for the rest of my set-up: sequencers, attenuverters, and the SSSR Wobbla (4 units) looks pretty tasty.

It's difficult to critique the system because it seems like everything is covered and it's a question of personal taste. As far as control units and since you play (rather than make weird noises), have you considered something like a Waldorf case/keyboard unit?
-- Ronin1973
I don't understand what you mean by covered.
I have too many keyboards, and in any case I make strange noises about them, but I like playing anyway, it's my main purpose, even if I don't deny that sometimes I like getting lost in deformations pushed by various waves, on the other hand who doesn't like it? The case is made, I can't change it, 3 lines of 172 hp. while under the whole there are the controls on the left by 42 hp + the subsequent 37hp moog make others 172hp.
Many modules are already in my possession but I want to hear a. opinion, a council, an opinion about the playability and versatility of the instrument,