About My Modular | Tech Talk by BendingBus

Designed by veteran engineer Paul Schreiber in 1998, the MOTM Analog Modular Synthesizer System is utilitarian, not fancy-looking, and maybe the best synth in the world. Built for pro-studio use, reliable tank-like construction, and just all-around fantastic sounding. These 35 modules are housed in a case by Lamond Design which uses standard studio 19” rack rails mounted horizontally. Powered by a Hinton Instruments busbar system.

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Review of 7-Inch by BendingBus

“Pleasant downtempo instrumental pop made with old-school analog synths. Surprisingly, this doesn’t try too hard to sound retro. It’s not some sort of intentionally kitschy thing like Moog Cookbook (probably a really outdated reference but whatever, I still love their albums). It’s gently playful, but not novelty music. It’s more like an electronic lullaby than anything else, like Solvent putting his kids to bed (or somebody’s kids, I don’t know if he has kids). —WCBN 88.3FM in Michigan

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