Itsy-bitsy modules for modular synthesis enthusiasts

The world of modular synthesis is getting smaller and more accessible with Microrack, tiny Eurorack-inspired modules designed for electronics breadboards.

Richard Hogben
Cofounder of Piqued // Los Angeles
Itsy-bitsy modules for modular synthesis enthusiasts

Introduction at Superbooth

At Superbooth24, a new project called Microrack caught the attention of many electronic music enthusiasts and DIY electronics hobbyists. This upcoming Kickstarter offers tiny Eurorack-inspired module components that can be mounted on electronics breadboards.

Simplified modular synthesis

Microrack simplifies the process of creating and experimenting with modular synthesizers. Traditional Eurorack systems can be bulky and expensive, often requiring dedicated cases and power supplies. Microrack, however, miniaturizes these modules, making them more accessible and versatile. The modules are designed to fit onto standard breadboards, allowing users to easily integrate them into their existing electronic projects.

Wide range of modules

The project promises a range of modules, from oscillators and filters to sequencers and effects, all with the same functionality as their larger counterparts but in a more compact and affordable form. This makes it an excellent choice for those who are new to modular synthesis or for seasoned synth enthusiasts looking for a portable solution.

Kickstarter launch

Microrack's Kickstarter campaign is set to launch soon, and it aims to bring a new level of creativity and experimentation to the DIY electronics and music community. Whether you're a musician, an electronics hobbyist, or someone looking to explore the world of modular synthesis, Microrack offers an exciting and accessible way to dive in.

For more information and to stay updated on the launch, visit their website at

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