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Digital Subscriptions > MusicTech > July 17 > The art of DAW and Eurorack integration Part One

The art of DAW and Eurorack integration Part One

Eurorack is a many-headed beast, and knowing how to integrate your Eurorack system into your production workflow can be a tricky conundrum. Dave Gale syncs up his system to keep the music flowing…

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During my career as a media composer and electronic musician, I’ve seen it all. Musicians that can and can’t read music, musicians who can and can’t play instruments, and many-a-musician who has felt the allure of the Eurorack. Within this latter stream, there’s one question I’ve heard more often than any other, and that is: how do you go about integrating your Eurorack Modular into your workflow, in order to actually make it useful and work for you, the end user?

Now, nobody is more aware of this dilemma than I. Some years ago, I sold a sizeable Roland System 100m modular system, mainly because it just wasn’t getting used as much as it should. Why? Well, mainly because I found when I did use it, I would have to leave it patched, just in case a TV director came back to me and asked for me to redo a cue which had the System 100m as part of its core. This typically meant I’d have to leave it patched for weeks at a time. In the end, this felt a little daft, so I sold it to buy a Minimoog Voyager – which, thanks to its memory locations meant patches could easily be stored and called upon, should they be required.

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