The Eurorack Modular Synthesizer format
Eurorack is a specification for modular synthesizers, invented by Dieter Doepfer in 1995. Using the classic synthesizer CV/Gate interconnections Doepfer created a string of modules for his system, and other manufacturers eventually followed.
From 2010 and onwards the format has grown dramatically, with many smaller boutique manufacturers making specialised modules – all following the same standard.
Besides Doepfer, some of the more well-known manufacturers are:
- Mutable Instruments
- AJH Synth
- Dave Smith
- Dave Rossum
- and countless others
Ranum Studio Copenhagen has a large Eurorack modular synthesizer, which you can check here.
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(Image from greatsynthesizers.com).