Tip-Top Audio vs Serge

TTA announce a collaboration with Serge, bringing serge modular to eurorack format      07/03/13
Tip-Top Audio vs Serge


So some of you may not know who Serge Tcherepnin is, and I certainly hadn't even heard the name Serge until i started investigating modulars. And even then it just kind of popped up in a post and I didn't know what people were talking about. But Serge modular systems started production in 1974 with the premise of creating a powerful, musical and great sounding analog modular system that could be smaller, more compact and most importantly cost less than the Buchla's, Arps and Moogs of the day.

This new collaboration Tip-Top Audio marks a big step in the eurorack format, as they will be working directly with Serge himself

"It is going to be his system and his ideas."

There is lots of fuss about this over at Muffwigglers, so go and check it out.


 

Edd Butterworth
Eddbutterworth.co.uk

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raphus    Said...

Talking about not knowing what people are talking about, doesn't "vs" mean "against?" Shouldn't this article be titled Tip-Top Audio "and" or "with" or "collaborates with" Serge? I know languages evolve and I'm all for the creative use of words, but war is not peace and up is not down. Is it just fashion leading people to misuse the word "vs" nowadays? Is there something I'm not getting?

07-Mar-13 03:30 PM


Twitchy    Said...

Yup!

08-Mar-13 12:23 AM


Twitchy    Said...

That's a SUPER FINE company for Serge for finally make the move with!! PLUS, Gur has a GREAT way of getting things DONE in a great open and inviting way!

'some neat voices of coming to Eurorack. Now if the price is right, maybe...

08-Mar-13 12:27 AM


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