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As the popularity of electronic music grows, recording artists, DJ’s and sound engineers need to ensure they have top-notch equipment to create and polish their work. Sound modules are a compact and multipurpose piece of equipment that allows the user to create original synth sounds and effects or choose from a vast library of existing options. The sky’s the limit when it comes to producing innovative music samples with these digital powerhouses.

Sound modules have been popular for years as they are compact, (some are the size of a spiral note book) portable and can be easily integrated into your existing equipment. They function independently so upgrading a module means you won’t need to replace more expensive gear. If studio space is tight or you’re a travelling musician or DJ, being able to easily set up and transport a sound module is highly convenient. An essential piece of the professional musician’s setup, a sound module is an invaluable addition for studio use as well, pairing up with existing MIDI controllers or sequencing software to enrich and balance your compositions. Highly versatile with the ability to create a multitude of professional-sounding effects and mixes, they’re sure to become a staple in your music-making environment. Read More >