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Eurorack filters: which and why…

Chances are, somewhere in your Eurorack, you’ll have a filter – but the ones you use could seriously colour the music you make. Dave Gale gets fab with filters…

MT Modular Monthly Eurorack Filters

Allan Hall’s beautifully crafted clone of the Moog Transistor Ladder design

Back in the 60s, as concepts for new types of sound creation were being born, so was the concept of a type of synthesis known as ‘subtractive synthesis, which we now often call ‘analogue synthesis’ by accident, although the parallels are there, thanks to the circuit designs of the time. It was our beloved grandfather, Bob Moog, who took the concept on and brought it to the masses – thanks to his modular designs and then the more-affordable MiniMoog, which we now see back in production (although for many, it never went away).

It was our beloved grandfather, Bob Moog, who took the concept on and brought it to the masses

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In this issue of MusicTech it's tips, tips and more tips… and a free calendar! Tips are always good and and this time, we’ve gone a little further: we’ve asked studios across the world, big and small, to offer their nuggets of wisdom. And they have, in their droves. So we have over 70 pro tips plus a calendar full of pictures of the best studios in the world! Elsewhere we have reviews of the plug-in that does your mixing, the new and rather incredible Keyscape from Spectrasonics and the latest modular synths – both reviews and tutorial. Add the usual software workshops, and over a 1GB of free samples and it's an end of year issue not to be missed!