Welcome to the updated ModularSynth.org.uk website.


Here you can find out about the exciting world of moduar synthesizers.


Those of you who already have started in the world of modular synthesis check out our reviews. Sorry, we just can't review every module going. If you have a specific module and would like to submit a review please check out the Contact section on how to submit your review.


If you are new to the hobby there is plenty here for you. Please take a look at our FAQ section as this may answer many of the questionsas you start to build your system, such as: How do I get started? What modules should I buy? What about power supplies?


We are now into our third year at ModularSynth.org.uk and the website will continue to grow and will be updated regulary. Keep an eye out for new developments and features. There will be some disruption as we move from our old website to the new one over 2017.

Modular FAQ


Are you are new to modular?

Start here as this will answer many of your questions

Module Reviews


If you are looking to add to your modular system

This section reviews modules

Modular Resources


All things modular

Enternal links to modular user groups, sites, ECT

Latest Modular News


KOMA Elektronik Field Kit

The Field Kit lets you amplify ordinary objects and use the sound in a musical and experimental way. It's stated as 'Musique Concrète' for the people and comes in a woodern box. The unit can be mounted within a Eurorack system via the optional faceplate. The Field Kit is optimized to process signals from microphones, contact microphones, electromagnetic pickups and able to run DC motors and solenoids. The campaign was very successful with first units being shipped around March 2017, later units May 2017.


Review of this kit coming soon

AE Modular

This project started out as a Lunetta style synth but over the time the designer added more "conventional" modules, with it ended up like a "standard" modular synthesizer. It's marketed as a modular synth for all as it's much cheaper than standard Eurorack around 385 Euro's. The modules are not mechanically Eurorack compatible, but are smaller and they use small pin-sockets not 3.5mm jacks and the frontpanels are rubber-stamped making the unit less expensive. AE Modular was successfully funded on Kickstarter with first unit shipped Feb/March 2017.

Review of the AE Modular coming soon

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