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Eurorack is arguably the most popular format of modular synthesizer today, with over 100 manufacturers and over 1000 modules available. It was created by Doepfer Musikelektronik in 1995, basing its size off the Eurorack format for lab equipment.

Some users will try to tell you that Eurorack doesn’t “sound” as good as other formats, but that’s just based on a few substandard manufacturers or modules; there’s nothing inherent to the standard that makes a huge difference in the final sound (no; the difference between 12 and 15 volt power supplies is not enough to most ears).

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