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Eurorack Modular

Getting started in Eurorack can be an expensive business, so a good way to save some cash is to build things yourself. Dave Gale opens up a flat pack…

MT Modular Monthly DIY Cases

Case closed… Looking very smart, with the metalwork against the natural wood

We’ve all done it… We’ve all drooled over those cases and cabinets and wondered how we were going to explain away not only the large expenditure, but the justification for wanting to place a large cabinet in a room and call it a studio, or even make it a centrepiece of a setup. Well, the good news is that it doesn’t have to be like that, and now, thanks to Eurorack supremo Ross Lamond of Lamond Design, you can buy an affordable kit to make something portable yourself.

It’s the DIY approach

What Ross has tried to do with his new kits is bring a portable case to the market which is affordable and will allow prospective Eurorackers the opportunity to make something nice which can be customised easily, if desired, with a lick of paint. And just how easy is this to do? We are about to find out, because I decided to take the plunge and build one.

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