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It's not called Eurocrack for nothing but it is the best thing ever for the right person
No matter what kind of synthesis, or effects processing, or sequencing or drum machines you like, you can probably do it better with a Eurorack modular. You will also pay a hefty premium to do so. You are also going to have to sink some time to get good results. If you want instant results, or preset sounds, this is not for you. If you want the most flexible, open ended, infinitely upgradeable system imaginable, are tired of being stuck in a computer screen with your only UI as a mouse, if you have option-itis from thousands of plugins that usually suck, and wish there was a tactile, hands-on, 1 to 1 physical control, with routing that you design every step of the way, that sounds frigging amazing, then this might be for you. Are you ok with never being able to reproduce the sound you made last month? last week? yesterday? 10 seconds ago? You cannot be attached or it might drive you mad. If you want to experiment, and roam free with no limits and care more about the journey than any final product, and the rest of the profile is true, then you might have an obsession awaiting you.
My current rig configuration is always documented here: https://www.modulargrid.net/e/racks/view/179898
interesting, deep, and capable
Infinitely interesting, deep, and capable; a pure joy to anybody obsessed with exploring synthesis. In addition to typical monophonic synths- this format is capable of creating standalone FX units, mixers, sequencers, video synthesis, and/or all manner of voltage controlled processing utilities.