Al Tarf 

Al Tarf is a musical project by Emilio Totta from southern Italy. Emilio has carefully designed his eurorack system. Additive, subtractive, modal and granular synthesis are used to manipulate electronic waves, controlled by a complex and smart way of patching. The results are sound carpets and atmospheres of unsettling beauty. Dreamers and cosmic travellers will love the fascinating and evocative sci-fi, ambient and drone atmospheres.


ArkOdd (Vincent Vanesse) is a modular addict known for his skilled use of sequencers. He likes all kinds of electronic music genres and although modular hardware is his first area of expression, he enjoys all kinds of gears and software (as long as they are ergonomically and sonically well thought). That’s why most of the popular Belgian modular brands appreciate him for his skills in Beta-testing.
His main modular set up is focussed on minimal melodies inspired by small music boxes and combined with down-tempo rhythmic elements into a melancholic spatial mood. Between sadness and sound oddities, there is space for his arpeggios to bring some hope.


As2o3 is the sonic alter ego of the Danish composer, sound artist and producer, Lars Kivig. As2o3 is one of his many musical projects that all evolves in the realms of experimental, post industrial and dark ambient genres. Acorn Falling, Electrovert, Black Water White Sea, is other electro-acoustic projects from this well experienced artist that counts 25 active years on the experimental underground scene of Copenhagen, Denmark.

Benjamin Mauch

Benjamin Mauch is an american musician living in Richmond Virginia.
His work can be classified as noisy ambient with a focus on slow moving timbral shifts.
He uses a modular synthesizer to create works of sound.

Boodaman - Producteur de musiques électroniques depuis 1997

Boodaman (Switzerland) first followed a classical training, and was initiated to the joys of electronic music production shortly after adolescence. After a first vinyl EP release in 1998, he skims Swiss halls and clubs with his exclusively hardware setup.
“At the end of the 90s, I had to play under a garbage bag sometimes, because the rooms were so crowded and so small that drops of condensation fell from the ceiling on my machines.”
His productions have common points: simplicity, repetition, melody, emotion

Cinematic Laboratory

Cinematic Laboratory is a YouTube channel dedicated to modular synthesis.
It was founded in January 2020 and is now a highly appreciated resource for modular music with a ‘cinematic’ touch.
The Lab is run by Robert Pabst (NL), born in 1963 and raised in one of the richest musical eras in history.
Robert fell in love with synthesizers after hearing I Feel Love for the very first time, and he has been feeling it ever since.

Dries Geusens

Dries Geusens (Ghent, Belgium) builds and makes music with modular synthesizers. His style varies between ambient, lo-fi beats and minimal or dark techno.

During his student years in Brussels, he became intrigued by the IDM of Aphex Twin, Venetian Snares and Squarepusher, but in his music he likes to be inspired just as much by the traditional work of Steve Reich, Suzanne Ciani or Terry Riley, among others.

He is uninhibitedly guided by his instrument and a thoughtful musical concept, weaving together controlled random elements, dynamic rhythms and evolving harmonic structures into one organic whole.

Federico Intrisano

Federico Intrisano (Milano) is an electronic musician, an audio circuit designer and co-founder of Jolin Lab (an electronic laboratory based in Milan) specialised in sound art installations and modular synthesizers. 

Since 2019 he has been part of the collective Milano Modulare, and worked under moniker Their Pet Dog: the animal is the modular system, played during performances in an acoustic key as a percussive and generative instrument.


Fouro3 is one of the musical alter ego’s of Dutch based electronic music producer and sound designer Kees Kroon. Kees used to live in a galaxy between triphop and techno. For his latest work he is using a modular that is partly DIY.
The modular music of Fouro3 is a journey between dub and ambient with a touch of four-to-the-floor.

“If the moon could act as a giant speaker, imagine these sounds blaze through the sky at midnight ”- Four


Halfgeleider is Belgium based Maarten Voeten who started out in drum&bass to evolve towards IDM music using hardware over to DAW and back for more than 20 years. Came in contact with modular trough a music buddy, and for his latest alias he found the ideal source for his music in this environment. " I'm just scratching the surface on the modular but already this way of creating music means absolute freedom which i always wanted, also the fragile / volatile aspect is appealing. Not to mention i just like to wire things up"
Inspired by the close connection with technology and nature, the sound of halfgeleider is often breakbeat driven carrying melodies, speech samples, and clusters all covered with a detuned blanket, to give it a nostalgic feel.


HHNOI is Cologne (Germany) based Marco Petracca. Marco discovered his love for electronic music production at the age of 15, by watching a VHS tape about Depeche Mode, where Alan Wilder explained how he created sounds. It was the start of a very diverse music life: 25 years later, he did nearly anything possible, from making soundtracks for erotic hotlines, short thriller films and tv adverts, to electro punk on big stages and in small clubs with his first band Les Mercredis. As member of the gloomy-adult pop duo HEARHERE, he cleverly continued what bands like Massive Attack or Portishead abandoned in the post millennium years.  HHNOI is the modular synth alter ego of Marco Petracca, swinging between unpredictable dark ambience and emotionally gripping electronica.

Human Motives

Human Motives is the alias of Chris van der Linden from the Netherlands. Formerly a drummer, composer and singer in various alternative rock bands, Chris gradually pursued his interest in electronic music, sound design, and field recording. His abstract, sometimes eclectic work is held together by a few common threads, such as phasing motifs, intricate rhythms, suspended melodies, and layers of microscopic texture. Through his work, Chris explores the human condition: growth, change, hope, loss and love. Human Motives is inspired by artists such as Frank Bretschneider, Morgan Packard, Depeche Mode, Cofaxx and Max Cooper. 

Igor Yalivec

Igor Yalivec is an interdisciplinary artist from Ukraine with 20 years of experience in the field of media art. Sound designer, inventor of electro-acoustic instruments, synth geek, video blogger. Also, he is a co-founder of the Gamardah Fungus and Submatukana electronic bands. The author of many audiovisual performances and a participant of various international festivals.
Igor’s music is fragile, dreamy improvisational canvases created on modular synthesizers, influenced by academic composition and modern electro-acoustic music. 


Innesti is an ambient project based out of Urbana, Illinois (USA). Although most of Innesti's music is DAW-based, and created from a mixture of acoustic and electronic instruments, Innesti began exploring the world of eurorack modular synthesis in 2021. The intent of this newer work is to use the eurorack system as a generative engine for creating unstructured, ethereal, and drifting soundscapes.

J Daniel Cramer

J Daniel Cramer (Canada) has worked as a musician most of his life and at an early age developed a keen interest in creating electronic music with modular instruments. J Daniel Cramer's music is deeply rooted in the human condition and his works are often based on humankind's notable historic upheavals. Joining the explosion of Eurorack based music making over ten years ago, J Daniel quickly became known for his unique 'PolyKrell' patches; large, generative, multi-voice polyphonic ensembles reminiscent of other worldly chamber music. His complex patching style is well documented on his informative YouTube channel. He looks forward future tours, and he continues to compose his uniquely organic sounding music in his western Canadian based studio.

Jungle of Wires

Jungle of Wires aka Mandy Bakker (Netherlands) used to be a drummer in several bands. Since discovering modular synthesizers she is always seeking the impossible in her ever changing setup. She loves to experiment with rhythm and melodies. She likes to build up a story from her present mood, and has a preference for downtempo and trippy beats.

Luca Francini

Luca Francini is an Italian composer and producer for contemporary media, focusing on cinematic, ambient and lo-fi electronic music genres.

His always growing modular synthesizer is an important source of inspiration for creating new sound textures and atmospheres.



Markt (Mark Thomson) has been involved in composing and recording music as a guitarist for a number of years but has recently changed focus to experimental generative modular sequences and the wider palette of sounds and timbres available to him from utilising modular synthesisers.


[moosdohmen], in square brackets, is a producer of live analog beats and modular sounds. He combines

dub, glitch, modbap and lo-fi ambient elements to create his own blend. He performs with a 7U modular

setup, guitar FX pedals, and a Pulsar 23 drum machine.

In 2023 he performed at Paradiso Amsterdam, Splotsz, Open Oscillator, Modulation Utrecht, Dutch

Modular Fest, Doka Amsterdam and in Cologne, Germany. In the past few years he has done live streams

for New York Modular Society, Colorado Modular Synth Society, and Modular World. He also did podcasts

for the Ambient Vault and Data Cult Audio series. [moosdohmen] has a MIDI past as dubstep producer and

played in the finals of the Grote Prijs NL in the Melkweg.

His latest releases SPRING DUB, DUB EXPLORATIONS, and LOFI BLISS are on BandCamp and all

streaming platforms.


Nordlys, aka Gregory Delabelle, is a Belgian multi disciplinary artist and producer.
He is one of the driving forces behind the Brussels modular scene. Building almost all of his instruments himself in search for that sweet spot in the sound he makes.

Nueve Vidas

Nueve Vidas aka Luis Trasto (Mexico City) improvises with generative algorithms, crossing the borders between digital and analog domains. His sound consists of dense layers of textures created by saturated digital and analog oscillators processed by rhythmically sequenced filters. In his live sets, he explores sound by means of hardware and software modular synthesizers. Never Vidas performes live on festivals like Mutek and NEAM.


Olan Galactica is a Berlin based modular techno live act and the brainchild of musician/producer Olivier Zurkirchen. Those who have witnessed him playing will note his incredible diversity of sub-genres, all held together by the sounds of his steadily morphing modular synthesizer. When he is on stage or in the booth he reads the room and reacts accordingly: his improvised live sets range from villalobesque minimal-escapades to proper berlin high energy techno. A broad horizon of styles is always present in his productions which range from experimental ambient music to techno.


Onsturicheit is Peter Moorkens from Ghent (Belgium) who's experimenting with different music genres.  His music is often perceived as film music because it evokes images.   Before Ontsturicheit, Peter played guitar, sax and synthesizer in different rockbands, followed by his own one man project Electric Loopstation and surrounded by electronic gear. At some point there was a schism between the psychedelic pop direction and the electronic direction.  Onsturicheit (dutch for wildness, uncontrolledness, makingashitloadofnoiseness covers the electronic side of Peter. Creating tracks is a dynamic live experience for Peter, where he discovers unpredictable results on his way, just like it also happened with the early electronic machines. Be prepared for samples, sequences and textures.

Paul Alstein

Paul Alstein is an electronic ambient artist from Utrecht, The Netherlands. He aims to create ambient music that is not boring. By combining synthesized sounds with field recordings of random sounds from everyday life, he explores the interaction between electronic music and the music that is captured in the sounds that surround us. 

Rick Sanders

Rick Sanders is a composer and producer of experimental electronic music from Nijmegen, the Netherlands. His music is generally a mixture of ambient, generative and experimental music with his modular synthesizer systems as the main instrument.


Sebastopol is the brainchild of Marc Debroey. Since the start of this project, 3 albums have been released:  "Sebastopolis", "The Landing" and “Moondust & Blackstars", long journeys of emotions and nostalgia. Sebastopol tries to create tranquility, a search for inner calmness offering room for the listeners to enjoy this peace. No messages, no indictment, no protest, only trying to create a space and an environment to stop and contemplate, without reservation and in complete freedom: everything is allowed, nothing is mandatory.

Sierra Romeo

Stefan Robbers (Eindhoven , Netherlands) has earned considerable respect, both in the Netherlands and abroad, as one of the most versatile and productive musicians in the field of electronic dance music. His project Acid Junkies has released 5 albums and many singles (Djax-up-beats) and Stefan performs at parties and festivals all over the world. In addition, he released many tracks under different alter egos. He experiments with modular synths under the name Sierra Romeo. Mixmag refers to him as ‘’Eindhoven’s own microchip Mozart’’.

Since 1992 he operated Eevo Lute Muzique, a record company specialising in abstract and modern electronic music. After 40 releases, it was followed by EevoNext Recordings: a fully digital web label. 

Over the last years, having the urge to have a more hands-on experience, and enjoy the outcome of coincidental musical harmony, Stefan reverted back to using more hardware music equipment and came up with the idea to have a more dubby approach of creating music. When he discovered the power of modular systems, he included a Eurorack Modular synthesizer for both his studio and live performances. 

Stefan Robbers about Braided Dots: “This track was composed and recorded with my first eurorack modular setup mid 2014. I was invited for one of the legendary Noodlebar sessions at Roodkapje Rotterdam to play live. This recording is the final rehearsal in the studio a few days before.”


SONICrider (Jurgen Winkel) is a producer, musician, artist & performer from the South of The Netherlands.  He started as a member of the band BLIND, an underground electro- rock band during the late eighties and nineties.  Currently he produces experimental danceable tracks in a range of styles by combining electronic music & analog sounds. His live performances are a combination of sound & vision.  In addition, Jurgen Winkel is initiator of Ableton User Group Eindhoven and initiator/organizer of Modulab Eindhoven. 

“Don't Wait To Create!”


Jérôme Mardaga (Belgium) 

Ambient Modular Music project focused on textures, drones and fractal melodies. 

Thamel released three albums: "Duna" (2017), "Prairie Blanche" (2019), ".612" (2020) and "Ballads in Plain B Sharp" (2021). 

And performed live for several US online shows as Modular world, Colorado Modular Synth Society, Modular Seattle, ... 

Thamel's music is made mainly with a Make Noise Shared System and a Buchla Music Easel.

Thanos Fotiadis

Thanos Fotiadis is a classical pianist, multi-instrumentalist and composer with Greek roots living in the Netherlands. He has recorded several albums as a guitar/bass player with post-rock/metal bands, as well as with his solo guitar ambient project ‘Owlbites’.
Since 2018 he has released 6 albums with electronic music compositions. He has performed in many places in Europe. As a composer and sound artist his goal is to create immersive and playful environments by sculpting silence, in the hope of creating inspiring vibrations and meaningful connections.

Thierry Holweck

Thierry Holweck is a French electronic and multi instrument musician, whose thematic music is based on sound exploration made with his modular system. Recordings are captured performances of tracking the white rabbit down a sonic worm hole that share time between mono and polyrhythmic layers, twisted by Euclidian and random parameters. This results in a conversation between tension and release and a mix of simple and gentle melodies. Natural sounds like a wooden floor, animals and any natural element fed into the sampler add depth and humanise the soundscape.

Valentin Rocher

Fascinated by the hypnotic power and physicality of the sound they produce, Valentin Rocher plays electronic music on modular synths. Parallel to the live project Silicon Vallée with Fausto, he explores his instrument in search of the accident, playing with the digressions it allows. He distorts the sound by hand with sensitivity. Surprises and the unexpected are the driving force behind his playing and compositions. He takes us with generosity in his soundscapes where we walk with curiosity.