Synth Site: Clavia: Micro Modular: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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Gang Lu a professional user from AZ writes:
This little gem has improved my music so much. It makes my music stand out so much. It's a VA, FX processor, Vocoder, FM Synth and yet has a sound and personality on it's own. It go from beautiful to brutal, warm and fat to cold and harsh. It's whatever you want it to be, well except a sampler. But this is just about as limitless as it gets without buying a real Modular synth and a ton on modules, and it can do a few more tricks than a old modular synth. To me, it's the fucking grail! The sounds are amazing. I little EQ on your mixer helps, but other than that, this thing is perfect. And perfect if you're running out of room for new gear, like me. Just remember that the true power is in the programming. There are literely a million patches for this thing, but you can really personalize it by learning to program it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jun-01-2002 at 01:50
steve a professional user from usa writes:
I've been told by people with the larger creamware cards that the elektra is useless but i've never used it first hand. I can say that the micromodular is amazing. It's s o easy to get up and going and the interface is great. I have mine hooked up in a drawer and I never have to touch it..unless of course I'm lonely..anyway...go for the nord...sounds awesome and is uncomplicated as something like a software modular synth can be.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-May-28-2002 at 16:22
chemical_burnout a professional user from germany writes:
The right choice for experimental, electronic music.Thousands of creative possibilities. Its polyphony is NOT reduced to four, it depends on your patches. UP to 10 Voice-patches can be built

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Wednesday-Jan-09-2002 at 13:16
Leo a part-time user from USA writes:
If you like to program your own patches and want a monophonic or duophonic modular synth, you will never be disappointed with the Micro Modular. Of course, you can get full polyphony (4 voices) with many patches (fm, organ patches, etc.), but in practice, it's one or two voices. If you want more polyphony and can afford it, go with the full modular. The Micro Modular is great for self generating or sequenced patches like synth drones or rhythm patches. You can easily get bass drum, snare, and a monophonic synth line in one patch. Plus it is small (easily replacing a wall full of hardware modules), well built, and doubles as an effect processor. You really can't beat it for the price.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Nov-27-2001 at 18:30
EuTeRkE a part-time user from Canada writes:
I like to do clicks and cuts... so this little red box sound terrefic. When I usit during a live set... it sound so clear with 24 bits and 96khz. WOAHHH.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Thursday-Nov-15-2001 at 15:36
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