I haven't seen this requested yet, but I apologize if this is a duplicate (or if it already exists and I'm too bad at computer to find it)

(Edit: I see something similar to this is actually a fairly popular request, and I just missed a few pages of the thread on my first read. Whoops!)

I would love, love, LOVE some more advanced search filtering options for modules. For example...

I want to be able to get a list of modules where (Function CONTAINS "Oscillator"; AND Width IS "12 HP (Max)"; AND Manufacturer IS NOT "Mutable Instruments"; AND Manufacturer IS NOT "Instruo";)

or

modules where (Function(s) CONTAINS "Oscillator"; AND Function(s) DOES NOT CONTAIN "Synth Voice";) AND (Manufacturer IS "Intellijel"; OR Manufacturer IS "Mutable Instruments";)

That sort of thing would be extremely useful, to me. If that sort of full-fledged advanced search isn't practical, even just the ability to exclude a manufacturer or a function from the list of search results would help a ton.


I am so glad that I am not the owner of this modulargrid.net website when I see feature requests like that

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Hi Synthmage00,

But it actually makes sense what you are asking here, just not sure if this is easy to be implemented...

I was just joking in my previous comment ;-) Kind regards, Garfield.

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I would like to use my own color scheme for my patches - one colour per voice. I can achive this by clicking often to get some cables and take only the color I need at this time and erase the others. Picking up from your color palette would make this easier. But
making a screenshot seems to use allways the stackcable logic – color by lenght. It would be nice, if the same colors I see in the patch were used for the screenshot.

And finaly it would be great to have a text function similar to the knob marker, where you can write a text at any place. You can use this for example for documenting the channels of a mixer or a sequencer.


We would be interested in features that support the eurorack DIY community, such as: 1) a rating for the build difficulty for DIY modules, and 2) a link to a Mouser cart for DIY projects (could be community maintained, or maintained by the person who adds the module).


A row-lock, or better, a module-lock; but I suppose it's difficult to implement.


Hi, gang! Now that XODES has come up with these really excellent tile frames, and there's also some other similar devices...could we get a way to add tiles/modules to these, sort of in the same way that the half-height Buchla modules work over in that part of the site. It seems relatively simple (just alter the image/grid layouts so that you can drop tiles in) to implement, which of course is probably totally wrong on my part.


Heya,

would love it if messages in the inbox could be grouped by thread

Keep up the good work!


I would love more options for filtering out modules from the search results.
- Blank panels
- Clones
- Certain brands

This would really improve my searching! I do not want to have to wade through large amounts of modules that I already know that I am not interested in to be able to find the ones that interest me.


I would love more options for filtering out modules from the search results.
-- jgb

Actually, that seems like a fairly good idea...perhaps these could be configured as filters within the user settings...? They'd be a total mess to implement in the selection menus, but if you know what you DON'T want ahead of time, having them as user settings seems like something relatively basic and simple to implement.

"Simple to implement" according to someone who uses test gear side-by-side with the latest revision of Ableton, that is!


So I’ve seen this question brought up through this thread 2 times through the years, but never saw it responded too.
May this feature exists but I’m just too dense to figure it out.

But is there a way to rotate a 3u tile 90 degrees to go into a 1u row?